Upadesa Sahasri – (Advaita) Prakarana Grantha of Adi Shankara

March 12, 2008 at 10:38 am Leave a comment

Upadesa Sahasri (upadEshasAhasri) is a philosophical treatise by sri Adi Shankaracharya , in which he explains ‘a method of teaching the means to liberation for the benefit of those aspirants after liberation who are desirous (of this teaching) and are possessed of faith (in it)’ . Upadesa Sahasri literally means, a thousand teachings, which Adi shankara wrote parly in prose and partly in verses.

==> Read a translation of Upadesha Sahasri

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