Brahma Sutras (Critical Exposition)

author: B. N. K. Sharma
edition: 2008, Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
pages: 1,835
ISBN-10: 8121500354
ISBN-13: 9788121500357
Topic: Hindu-philosophy

Muktas engage in Karmas only at their pleasure

This chapter describes Muktas engage in Karmas only at their pleasure located on page 338 of volume 3 in the book Brahma Sutras (Critical Exposition) compiled by B. N. K. Sharma. This book contains a Critical Exposition of the Brahmasutras of Badarayana including a thorough research on the commentaries of Shankara, Ramanuja and Madhva. The Vedanta Sutras represent an important treatise of Indian Philosophy teaching Vedic concepts as found in the Upanishads..

Sanskrit name of chapter: chandadhikaranam or chandadhikarana (chanda-adhikarana / adhikaranam). This edition includes the original Sanskrit text, an English translation, references to commentaries, detailled footnotes, IAST transliterated words and a large index.

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