Siddhanta Sangraha of Sri Sailacharya
by E. Sowmya Narayanan | 2008 | 30,562 words
Summary: The English translation of the Siddhanta Sangraha by Shri Shailacarya (18th century): dealing with Vishishtadvaita philosophy in five hundred Sanskrit verses. The author explains the essence of this philosophy in what he calls a “condensed form of Sri Vaishnava Siddhanta”. Vishishtadvaita represents an important sub-division of the Vedanta school and highlights the importance of the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahma Sutras.
The Siddhanta Sangraha (Samgraha) closely follows the philosophical model of Vedanta Deshika (13th century), although Vishishta-Advaita was originally first propagated by Shri Ramanuja (11th century)
Original title: Siddhānta Saṅgraha (सिद्धान्त सङ्ग्रह) of Śrīśailācārya (श्रीशैलाचार्य) or Śrī Śailācārya (श्री शैलाचार्य); Siddhāntasaṅgraha (सिद्धान्तसङ्ग्रह), Siddhānta Saṃgraha (सिद्धान्त संग्रह), Siddhāntasaṃgraha (सिद्धान्तसंग्रह). Alternative names of author: Shrishailacarya, Srisailacarya, Shrishailacharya, Srisailacharya, Shri-shailacarya, Sri-sailacarya, Shailacharya, Sailacharya,
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