Bodhipathapradīpa of Dīpaṅkara Śrījñāna: a guide for realising the path of bodhi reconciling the Mādhyamika Śūnyavāda, Vijñānavāda of Yogāchārīna and the doctrine of Mahāyānic sūtras, with Sanskrit text, English translation and critical annotation
Study of Bodhipathapradīpa of Atīśa, 982-1054, work on doctrines of Kadampa sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
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An Understanding of the BrahmanAtman
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according to Sankara all-pervasive atma Atman avidya becomes Bhasya bhavati body and organs Bombay Brahma Sutra Brahman-Atman buddhi Calcutta called commentary cosmic space created deities Delhi differentiated distinction earth Entity essence eternal Consciousness everything existence extrinsic denominator upadhi extrinsic denominators feirf fire five elements functions Gaudapada He/She Hence Himself/Herself Hiranyagarbha his/her reflection human person Ibid identified ignorance illumines implanted Indian Philosophy infinite intellect buddhi internal reality-providing cause Jiva JTva JTvatman knower knowledge light of Consciousness Madras manah manifested Maya means mind manah modifications Motilal Banarsidass namarupa name and form nature non-different non-other objects omniscient Paramatman perceived perception pervades prana Pure Consciousness Purusa reality relation Saiikara Sankara says Sankara's Advaita Vedanta Sankara's thought Sanskrit Sastri satyam self-effulgent Sruti subtle subtle body Supreme Atman Supreme Brahman Supreme Lord supreme sense tadatmya things unified universe University of Calcutta unreal upadhi Upanisads vision vital force witness words