In preparing his own commentary on the Brahma-sutras, Sri Ramanujacharya wished to study Bodhayana’s Vritti, which at that time was. Ramanuja is following Bodhayana Vrutti because he is saying that in > the Sri Bhashya. Then is it true Bodhayana Vrutti is agreeing with. Visistadvaitis are mistaking Upavarsha and saying he is same as Bodhayana. They are saying his Vrutti is Bodhayana Vrutti. In Ramanuja.

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Is it true that Sri Shankaracharya was a Vaishnava?

The Vaitana and the Kaushika belong to the Atharva-Veda. Sri Ramanuja notes the interpretation of the Vrttikara on this passage of the Chandogya Upanishad 6.

Tanaka, well versed in the field of Vedanta, is said to have written vrotti on both the Chandogya Upanishad and the Brahma-sutras. Katyayana showed no disregard towards the revered Master Panini.

Traditionally, each Sutra is regarded as a discourse rather than as a statement. It is the basic and the accepted text.

[Advaita-l] Question on Bodhayana and Upavarsha Vruttis of Brahma Sutras

It is also said that Bodhayana is the southern form of Baudhayana. It does not seem to be the proper name of the person. Bhagavad Bhodayana kritam vistirnam Brahma-sutra — vrttim purvacharyah samskipuh I tan-mata-anusarena sutraksarani vyakhyasyante II 3. He even rectifies those Sutras where, according to him, something remained unsaid anukta or was badly-said durukta. But, the problem appeared to be that the concept of Sutra was carried too far and to ridiculous extremes.


This is called as Brahma Sutra. Nitya-anitya-vastu- viveka capacity to discriminate the real from the transitory ; Vairagya Dispassion ; Samadi Shatka Sampatti Six virtues of the mind: While Upaasana is mental action, Jnana, which also belongs to the realms of the mind, is not action. Is Brahma and Isvara the same according to Ramanuja? As for the final release, Bodhayana believed that the individual self eventually unites with Brahman.

He recognized the fact the people who spoke the language and used it day-to-day lives were better judges in deriving, meaning from the words.

Some say; a 5th or even late 6th century BC date cannot be ruled out with certainty. In explaining Brahma Sutra 1. It is not surprising that Sri Sankara held both the teachers in such high regard.

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bodhaana These five works were collectively known as Panchastavee. Views Read Edit View history. And, their tradition regards Bodhayana second only to the author of Brahma Sutra Badarayana.

Brahman is the Atman of all and everything is pervaded by Brahman; That which exists in the space within the heart, the golden person seen in the eye and so on which are discussed in the Upanishads refer to Brahman. Upanishads a Sri Sankara regards himself as the votary of Upanishads Aupanishada. The theistic doctrine of liberation is presented on the basis of relation between the Lord and the individual self.


It is affirmed by introspection, but that process cannot itself be regarded as self. His commentary on the Brahma sutra was recognized as an authority by many teachers of the later period, particularly by Sri Ramanuja.

Kalpa is the method of ritual.

But his sayings are bodyayana by the later scholars. By repeatedly applying the same set of rules, one could make a long sentence or extended it as long as one wanted. He later will declare that Karma-Mimamsa and Brahma-Mimamsa together constitute one-body of doctrine shastrasaying: SriShankaracharya has addressed this author of the commentary on bOdhAyana vritti, with respect as Bhagavan Upavarsha.

Bhagavad Bodhayana- Tanaka- Dramida- Guhadeva- Kapardi — Baruchi — prabhrty- avigita-sista- parigrahita-puratana — Veda-Vedanta- vyakhyana-suvyaktar-thasrutinikaranidarshito-yam- panthah I. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The boshayana periods of lawlessness, anarchy and chaos totally destroyed the cultural and commercial life of Taxila. The Sphota concept was developed over long periods; but, it was fully put forward by Bharthrhari. One of his quotations also occurs in the commentary composed on the Apastamba Grhyasutra by Sudarshana Suri, a teacher of Visishtadvaita Vedanta. Thus, indirectly, both vritfi arguments were derived from Upavarsha.

Both Purva Mimamsa and Brahma Sutra needed further explanations.