Madhava, Vidyaranya, Sringeri, and Kulke

Swaminathan Madhuresan smadhuresan at YAHOO.COM
Wed Jun 7 17:39:01 EDT 2000


> --- Vidyasankar Sundaresan <vsundaresan at HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
> > Take for example, pre-Vidyaranya authors and texts
> > like sarvajnAtman (saMkshepa-SArIraka), vimuktAtman (ishTa-siddhi),
> > jnAnaghana (tattva-Suddhi), prakASAtman (pancapAdikA vivaraNa), citsukha
> > (tattva-prakASikA), sukhaprakASa (commentary on citsukha's work),
> > anubhUtisvarUpa (prakaTArtha vivaraNa?) and Anandagiri (numerous TIkAs and
> > vivaraNas), who consciously place themselves in the Sankaran tradition. All
> > these authors were saMnyAsins. Even jnAnottama miSra, the author of
> > candrikA (commentary on sureSvara's naishkarmya-siddhi), is said to have
> > got his name in honor of his father's guru, who was a paramahaMsa
> > parivrAjaka.

 Is there any mention of Sankarite mathas in any of these?




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