works of Sankaracharya
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> _Atmabodha_ (trans. Svami Nikhilananda). Madras: Sri Ramakrishna Math.
1946 was the first edition, from New York, with later editions in 1962
(2nd ed.) and 1967 from Madras and in 1970 from New York again.
> _Drg-drsya-viveka: an inquiry into the nature of the seer and the seen
> (trans. Svami Nikhilananda). Mysore: Sri Ramakrishna Math.
4th edition: 1964, 5th edition: 1970, and 6th edition: 1976. All these
editions are from Mysore. The author of Drg-drsya-viveka is listed as
Sankaracarya, but the actual author seems to be Bharati Tirtha of the
> _Brahma-sutra-bhasya_ (trans. Svami Gambhirananda). Calcutta: Advaita
1st edition in 1965, 3rd edition in 1977.
> _Vivekacudamani_ (trans. Svami Madhavananda). Calcutta: Advaita Ashrama.
The 9th edition is from Calcutta in 1964. There is a recent commentary to
the Vivekacudamani by the late Sri Candrasekhara Bharati of Sringeri,
that was published in 1973 along with a translation, by the Bharatiya Vidya
> _Prabodhsudhakara: the nectar-ocean of enlightenment_ (trans. Samvid).
> Madras: Samata Books.
Prabodhasudhakara: 1984. Samata Books has also re-published the
collection of Sankara's works that was originally printed around
1911 from Sri Vani Vilas Press, Srirangam. The older edition is
usually referred to as the Memorial Edition.
> _Commentary on Katha Upanisad_ (trans. Svami Gambhirananda). Calcutta:
> Advaita Ashram.
I am unsure if Swami Gambhirananda's translation of the Katha Upanishad
was published separately. There is a translation of eight upanishad
commentaries, that was published in 1957-58 (1st ed.), 1965-66 (2nd ed.)
and 1972-73 (3rd), in which the Katha Upanishad Bhashya translation is
included. Other than these, Gambhirananda has translated the Aitareya
Upanishad Bhashya separately. This was published in 1978 from Calcutta
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