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Shri. Adya Shankaracharya, the beloved of God, was born in the village Kaldi, in Kerala State, in the South, and he took birth, from his mother Mandalasa, who was the wife of Shivguru Sharma Dravid. The Learned Scholars have differences, regarding his Date of birth, But, nobody has any doubt, regarding his apathy, or asceticism, since his childhood only. As a result, he considered the duties enjoined for a household, as the stumbling block, in the path of salvation. Following the quotation, "Yadhrev Avrajet", he abandoned the home, as soon as the thought of ‘VAIRAGYA’, arose in his mind, and he became Ascetic (PARIVRAJAK). By this, he not only attained deliverance himself, but paved the way of salvation, for the entire Universe. In order to spread and canvass his "Advait Siddhant" (Non – duel system), he travelled every state, and defeated the opponents, in big rallies of Scholars, by his scientific arguments, and established his own theory. In support of his theory, he composed "SHANKAR BHASHYA", based on "BRAMHA SUTRAS", and also wrote BHASHYA, concerning ‘Bhagwat – Geeta Upanished’. His criticism based on Bramha Sutra, is popularly known as ‘Sharirak Bhash’

Though, "VEDANT SIDDHANT", is pretty antique in India, its credit is attributed to the different volumes, written by Shri. Shankaracharya, and his disciples.

As ‘ POORVA MIMANSA’ (MIMANSA DARSHAN), starts with "Aryat Dharma Jigyasa", the ‘UTTAR MIMANSA’ (VEDANT DARSHAN), begins with "Athato Bramha Jigyasa". The word ‘DHARMA’, in MIMANSA DARSHAN means the deeds like sacrifice, described in vedas. Hence, while the main topic of this ‘Mimansa Shastra’ is the discussion of Deeds in performing YAGNA, etc., and to present the conclusions arrived at, in ‘SHRUTIS’ , in its support, the VEDANT DARSHAN, mainly discusses, the characteristics of BRAMHA (Bramha Chintan). This is considered superior, than other philosophies, due to this Bramha Chintan only. Its title ‘Vedant’, is quite appropriate, as only the matter discussed in last upanishads of vedas, is presented in it. Hence, it is also known as "Aupnishd Darshan". The following theories are discussed in it. "Serva Swaswind Bramin Bhavti" which means – "All this is Bramha only, and nothing else than that. The one who attains Bramha – dnyan, himself becomes, Bramha Incarnate. Only Bramha is the truth, and the world is only illusion (false)."
On the basis of such quotations of Shruti Smruti, only Bramha is considered, as the root cause of this complete universe. Vedant has not accepted anything other than Bramha. This ‘Advaitvad’ is the main principle of Vedant Darshan.

The same Advaitvad has been discussed by Shri Shankaracharya, in his self – written, important ‘Sharirak Bhash’, based on the Bramha – Sutras (Vedant Sutra), created by Badrayan. In his opinion, only Bramhandnani, can escape from worldly miseries, and attain ‘Kaivalya Moksha’. But, this Kaivalya Moksha can be attained, only with the help of knowledge, as stated in Bramha Sutra, "Knya Tu Kaivalya". All good and bad deeds, take place, on account of ‘Worldly Ties’, as stated in "Ramniya Yonim".

It is learnt from "Shankar Digvijay", that once, Kumaril Bhatt, and Adya Shankaracharya, met together, in Kayaj (Kayaj). Kumaril Bhatt was the scholar of "mimansa Shastra". He had written " Mimansa Sutroke Shankar Bhashki Tantra Vartiktika". According to him, to Soul can attain Bramhdnyan, only through the deeds like sacrifice etc.’ as stated in vedas. Acharya Mandan Mishra, the well-known Scholar of Mimansa Shastra, was his disciple, in the beginning, but when, he was defeated in the discussion, (Shasratha), he became the disciple of Adya Shankaracharya. Shri Shankaracharya up-rooted the Buddhism, prevailing at that time, and created 4 monasteries (Math) in 4 directions, in order to protect ‘Vaidic Sanatan Dharma’. He established, Shrungeri Math, in his birth place, in the South; ‘Sharada Math’, in Dwarka, in the west; ‘Govardhan Math’, in Jagannakshari, in the East; and ‘Jyoti Mandir’, in Kedar Khand, in the North. He appointed his four well-learned Scholar disciples there, as the Lords, and convocated them the Degree of ‘Jagatguru’. These 4 disciples were (1) Totakacharya in Shrungeri Math, in the South; (2) Padmacharya in the Western Math. (3) Hastamul in Govardhan Math, in the East. (4) Sureshwracharya in Jyotirmath, in the North.

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 Title : Shri Shankaracharya and Vedant Darshan Author : Mr.Nawal Kishor Kankar

Read In Hindi

http://www.vedpradip.com/articlecontent.php?aid=392&linkid=1&catid=&subcatid=0&vedid=5

Shri. Adya Shankaracharya, the beloved of God, was born in the village Kaldi, in Kerala State, in the South, and he took birth, from his mother Mandalasa, who was the wife of Shivguru Sharma Dravid. The Learned Scholars have differences, regarding his Date of birth, But, nobody has any doubt, regarding his apathy, or asceticism, since his childhood only. As a result, he considered the duties enjoined for a household, as the stumbling block, in the path of salvation. Following the quotation, "Yadhrev Avrajet", he abandoned the home, as soon as the thought of ‘VAIRAGYA’, arose in his mind, and he became Ascetic (PARIVRAJAK). By this, he not only attained deliverance himself, but paved the way of salvation, for the entire Universe. In order to spread and canvass his "Advait Siddhant" (Non – duel system), he travelled every state, and defeated the opponents, in big rallies of Scholars, by his scientific arguments, and established his own theory. In support of his theory, he composed "SHANKAR BHASHYA", based on "BRAMHA SUTRAS", and also wrote BHASHYA, concerning ‘Bhagwat – Geeta Upanished’. His criticism based on Bramha Sutra, is popularly known as ‘Sharirak Bhash’

Though, "VEDANT SIDDHANT", is pretty antique in India, its credit is attributed to the different volumes, written by Shri. Shankaracharya, and his disciples.

As ‘ POORVA MIMANSA’ (MIMANSA DARSHAN), starts with "Aryat Dharma Jigyasa", the ‘UTTAR MIMANSA’ (VEDANT DARSHAN), begins with "Athato Bramha Jigyasa". The word ‘DHARMA’, in MIMANSA DARSHAN means the deeds like sacrifice, described in vedas. Hence, while the main topic of this ‘Mimansa Shastra’ is the discussion of Deeds in performing YAGNA, etc., and to present the conclusions arrived at, in ‘SHRUTIS’ , in its support, the VEDANT DARSHAN, mainly discusses, the characteristics of BRAMHA (Bramha Chintan). This is considered superior, than other philosophies, due to this Bramha Chintan only. Its title ‘Vedant’, is quite appropriate, as only the matter discussed in last upanishads of vedas, is presented in it. Hence, it is also known as "Aupnishd Darshan". The following theories are discussed in it. "Serva Swaswind Bramin Bhavti" which means – "All this is Bramha only, and nothing else than that. The one who attains Bramha – dnyan, himself becomes, Bramha Incarnate. Only Bramha is the truth, and the world is only illusion (false)."
On the basis of such quotations of Shruti Smruti, only Bramha is considered, as the root cause of this complete universe. Vedant has not accepted anything other than Bramha. This ‘Advaitvad’ is the main principle of Vedant Darshan.

The same Advaitvad has been discussed by Shri Shankaracharya, in his self – written, important ‘Sharirak Bhash’, based on the Bramha – Sutras (Vedant Sutra), created by Badrayan. In his opinion, only Bramhandnani, can escape from worldly miseries, and attain ‘Kaivalya Moksha’. But, this Kaivalya Moksha can be attained, only with the help of knowledge, as stated in Bramha Sutra, "Knya Tu Kaivalya". All good and bad deeds, take place, on account of ‘Worldly Ties’, as stated in "Ramniya Yonim".

It is learnt from "Shankar Digvijay", that once, Kumaril Bhatt, and Adya Shankaracharya, met together, in Kayaj (Kayaj). Kumaril Bhatt was the scholar of "mimansa Shastra". He had written " Mimansa Sutroke Shankar Bhashki Tantra Vartiktika". According to him, to Soul can attain Bramhdnyan, only through the deeds like sacrifice etc.’ as stated in vedas. Acharya Mandan Mishra, the well-known Scholar of Mimansa Shastra, was his disciple, in the beginning, but when, he was defeated in the discussion, (Shasratha), he became the disciple of Adya Shankaracharya. Shri Shankaracharya up-rooted the Buddhism, prevailing at that time, and created 4 monasteries (Math) in 4 directions, in order to protect ‘Vaidic Sanatan Dharma’. He established, Shrungeri Math, in his birth place, in the South; ‘Sharada Math’, in Dwarka, in the west; ‘Govardhan Math’, in Jagannakshari, in the East; and ‘Jyoti Mandir’, in Kedar Khand, in the North. He appointed his four well-learned Scholar disciples there, as the Lords, and convocated them the Degree of ‘Jagatguru’. These 4 disciples were (1) Totakacharya in Shrungeri Math, in the South; (2) Padmacharya in the Western Math. (3) Hastamul in Govardhan Math, in the East. (4) Sureshwracharya in Jyotirmath, in the North.

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