An Introduction To Brahma Sutras and Sri Ramanuja Sri Bhashya, and 2. Sri Bhagavad Geethaa is verily ‘the factual position of the living entities- man has no . About the Book: Sri Ramanuja’s commentary on the Bhagavad Gita is not so widely known as that of Sri Sankara. It may be due to the fact that Sri Ramanuja. This piece gives the interpretation of Bhagavadgita according to Ramanuja and is an excerpt from the book, Ramanuja’s Teachings in his own words.
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And on such an occasion, the distinctions of I, thou, we, etc, are made thus showing that souls are many and they are different from God. Weight of the Book: I have been very pleased with all the items.
The Gita says IV. The Geetha also propounds the Upanishadic meanings in the texts slokas divided into 18 chapters – it, however, appears that in the pre-Shankara period there were texts in the Geethaa; the figure of has been accepted by Poorvachaaryas including Shankara, Each chapter has had a title with reference to teaching of the main message. However The Gita Bhashya is relatively simpler compared to the scholastic treatise on Brahma Sutras viz.
There are, however, two places in Geethaa Bhashya, where for clarifying and establishing the precise import of the original, he has necessarily and deliberately trodden on what might be termed ‘polemic issues’.
Verse Verse Verse Verse Verse God has pledged himself to save all souls, even the erring ones. Rather intriguing that such an important work by Ramanuja has not seen many versions in other languages: Bronze and wood statues, books and apparel.
He refers to the ‘tender regard to man’s welfare,’ of the scripture which enjoins on the individual soul the discipline of righteous conduct which tends to “produce and help to perfect the knowledge of Brahman.
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The Supreme Lord Krishna by whose will and pleasure trillions of universes are dramatically displayed ramznuja projection in the material substratum in the modes of sustentation and dissolution; the universes so replete with 8, different species of life and full of so many wonderfully variegated and amazingly phenomenal creations and hosts of enjoyers thereof.
Thoreau said he bathed his intellect every morning in the Bhagavad Geetha. The Sanskrit verses were appended by me the author Veeraswamy Krishnaraj for the reader’s benefit.
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Bhagavad Gita with Commentaries of Ramanuja
Viewed times since 11th Apr, It is my experiences that abridging a classic like Geethaa Bhashya into a size such as this in English language is some effort and I bow to Sri Geethaa Chaarya, the Lord, for bestowing me the necessary confidence and courage to undertake this kainkaryam. A close look at the array, Arjuna is distraught at the thought of slaughtering his kith and kin, his acharyas. All this is a long story which may be out of place in a preface or a Publisher’s Note.
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I have purchased several items from Exotic India: Inferiority as regards kind caste look, nature or understanding in any person does not, because of it, warrant that he is not dear to me or fit to be rejected as unworthy to come to Me as refuge.
By this, O son of Kunti, the world turns or revolves. The Supreme Lord Krishna being an all pervading ocean of infinite mercy with unlimited compassion, unlimited love and unlimited magnanimity, although completely transcendental to the material existence; simultaneously willed to incarnate in various material forms similar to those of His creation, without compromising His own divine transcendental nature and periodically descends as different incarnations in the material worlds as he so desires.
The ‘he’ who then takes steps to recover his son is the Lord himself who incarnates himself as the redeemer age after age. I reckon too, that even when I have given my Own self to him I have done little or nothing for him.
From that, all living beings are born, O Bharata.
Save the ground that he elects me as his refuge, not any qualifications as caste, colour etc. To the ever devoted worshipping in love, I give that means of wisdom by which they attain to me. His exile was a blessing in disguise, because Vaisnavism became prevalent in those places which were then dominated by Jainism.