by E. Sowmya Narayanan | 2008 | 30,562 words
This page is entitled “bibliography” contained in the Siddhanta Sangraha (English translation and critical edition). The Siddhanta Samgraha is a Sanskrit philosophical text dealing with Vishishtadvaita in five hundred Sanskrit verses. It was written by Shri Shailacarya (18th century) and closely follows the philosophy of Vedanta Deshika (13th century).
The Sanskrit works:
—Annamalai University Philosophy Series, No. 2,1940.
—Of Śrī Vedānta Deśika, Storaratnamālā, Part-II, Pub. Śrīmad Vedānta Deśika Vihara Sabha, Mysore, 1954.
Yatīndra Mata Dīpikā
—By Śrīnivāsadāsa, Translated by Ādidevananda, Pub. Ramakrishna Math, Mylapore, 1949.
—With Sanskrit commentary by Karūr Śrīnivāsācārya, Critically Edited and translated into English by Pierre Sylvain Filliozat, Pub. Ananthacarya Indological Research Institute, G. D. Somani Memorial Building, Cuffe Parade, Bombay, 1990.
—Sanskrit Commentary and English Translation, Ed. by V. Krishnamacarya, Adyar Library Library Series-75,1950.
—Ed. by Shri Uttamur Viraraghavacariar, Pub. by Sri. V. S. Rangan, 52, Mysore Colony, Chembur, Bombay, 1974.
—Ed. by V.S. Abhyankar, Bombay, 1915.
—A Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts Adyar Library Library and Research Centre, Adyar Library, Madras, Vol.X, 1966, Vol. IV, 1968.
Adyar Library Series
—Adyar Library Library Series, Adyar Library Library, Chennai.
Madras (Descriptive Catalogue)
—Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manusripts, Government Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras, Vols. X and XL
Madras (Triennial Catalogue)
—A Triennial Catalogue of Manuscripts, Govemement Oriental Manuscripts Library, Madras-5.
Mysore (Descriptive Catalogue)
—Descriptive Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts, Vol.XI and XII, Mysore Oriental Research Institute, University of Mysore, 1985.
Mysore (Supplemental Catalogue)
—A Supplemental Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts, Government Oriental Research Institute, Mysore, 1923-1928.
—Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts, Tirupati.
New Catalogues Catalogorum
—New Catalogues Catalogorum,Vol. X, Department of Sanskrit, University of Madras, Madras-5.
This concludes Bibliography according to Vishishtadvaita philosophy explained by Shri Shailacarya. This book follows the model of Vedanta Deshika although the Vishishta Advaita school was originally expounded by Shri Ramanuja. Vishishta-Advaita is one of the various sub-schools of Vedanta which itself represents one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu Philosophy. They highlight the importance of the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita and the Brahma Sutras.