Shankaracharya and Ramana Maharshi (study)

by Maithili Vitthal Joshi | 2018 | 63,961 words

Summary: This essay represents a comparative study between the philosophies of Shankaracharya and Ramana Maharshi. Shankara (Achreya) is well-known for reforming the Vedic religion and propound the Vedanta philosophy. This thesis studies his commentaries on the ten major Upanishads. Ramana Maharshi is a sage of the modern age. This essay studies his Ulladu Narpadu (the forty verses on Reality) in based on the Sanskrit rendering.


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