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Sanskrit Manuscripts : >Āryavyākhyā

Saccidānanda Sarasvatī, Saccidānanda Yogīndra

Sanskrit Manuscripts

<p style='text-align: justify;'>A paper manuscript of the <i>Āryavyākhyā</i> by Saccidānanda Sarasvatī, who might be the same as Saccidānanda Yogīndra, the author of a commentary on the <i>Śrutisārasamuddharaṇa</i> (Adyar, vol.9, p. 357). His date of activity remains uncertain but he probably flourished during or after the second half of the 17th century: the <i>Āryavyākhyā</i> is a commentary on the <i>Svātmanirūpaṇa</i> (also referred to variously as <i>Svātmaprakāśikā</i>, <i>Svatmānandaprakāśikā</i>, <i>Bodhāryā</i>, <i>Vedāntāryā</i>, etc.), a work traditionally ascribed to Śaṅkara but more likely authored by Bodhendra Sarasvatī, who was a pontiff at the Kanchi Mutt towards the end of the 17th century. The <i>Svātmanirūpaṇa</i> is a short metrical work in the Āryā metre on Advaita Vedānta (Adyar, vol. 9, p. 354). </p>

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