The Hymns of Sankara

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The Hymns of Sankara

In conjunction with Sri Sankara Jayanti festivities at Sankara Vihara, Ayanavaram, Madras, every year it has been a regular habit to put out some modest publication based on the works of the Great Master as also works about him under the term 'Jayanti Series'. The current work falls within such category.

Besides composing his well-known commentaries and Advaita manuals, Adi Sankara penned a great number of powerful hymns filled with intense devotion. Were this reality well known, the complaint brought against Sankara's Advaita, viz., that there is no space for bhakti in the path of jnana would not have been made.

This book contains several of his hymns. At the conclusion Totakacarya's well-known song to Sankara is added.

The material is offered in Devanagari script with transliteration, English translation and commentary.

Author

Dr. T.M.P. Mahadevan

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The Hymns of Sankara

In conjunction with Sri Sankara Jayanti festivities at Sankara Vihara, Ayanavaram, Madras, every year it has been a regular habit to put out some modest publication based on the works of the Great Master as also works about him under the term ‘Jayanti Series’. The current work falls within such category.

Besides composing his well-known commentaries and Advaita manuals, Adi Sankara penned a great number of powerful hymns filled with intense devotion. Were this reality well known, the complaint brought against Sankara’s Advaita, viz., that there is no space for bhakti in the path of jnana would not have been made.

This book contains several of his hymns. At the conclusion Totakacarya’s well-known song to Sankara is added.

The material is offered in Devanagari script with transliteration, English translation and commentary.

Author

Dr. T.M.P. Mahadevan

About the Author(s)

The Late Dr. T.M.P. Mahadevan was born in 1911 and was educated in Madras. An earnest Advaitin by training and temperament, Dr. Mahadevan, remained engaged in intensive research and teaching throughout his life. Several of his works, noted for their width and range, depth of insight and clarity deal with the ancient scriptures and religion in general and Advaita in particular

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Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 11 × 12 cm
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T.M.P. Mahadevan

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