Here presented is the Vedanta of Sankara, also called Advaita Vedanta, in its sources. Its sources are: firstly, Sankara's commentary on the Brahma-sutras; secondly, Sankara's commentary on the Bhagavad-gita; and thirdly, Sankara's commentaries on the principal Upanisads. Ganganatha Jha is acknowledged as the foremost translator of Indian philosophical, or darsana, texts. He earned this distinction through his translations of primary texts of the Nyaya, Vaisesika, Samkhya, Yoga, and Purva Mimamsa systems. Here, at the close of his life, he presented lectures on the sixth and last darsana, the Vedanta system. This book thus provides unique insights into Vedanta.
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