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- Bhūtaviveka, 1786.
- Manuscript is used for contemplation and study and is a treatise on Hindu philosophy from the perspective of the Advaita (non-dualism) Vedānta school of philosophy; it explores and analyzes the nature of the five elements (ether, air, fire, water and earth) and how they may be differentiated from the ultimate principle in the universe, the brahman; work contains part of an extensive commentary called the Tātparyabodhinī by Rāmakṛṣṇa running parallel, above and below, the main root text.
- 1 item (21 leaves) : paper; 13 x 32 cm.
- (OCoLC)ocn897837721; (OCoLC)897837721; (PU)6317477-penndb-Voyager
- In Sanskrit; (Devanāgarī)
- Matter -- Religious aspects -- Hinduism -- Early works to 1800.; Advaita -- Early works to 1800.; Vedanta -- Early works to 1800.; Hindu philosophy -- Early works to 1800.; Philosophy, Indic -- Early works to 1800.; Treatises.; Commentaries.; Manuscripts; India; 18th century.; Manuscripts, Sanskrit
- Personal Name:
- Rāmakr̥ṣṇa.; Bhaguvāsara,
- Call Number:
- Ms. Coll. 390
- Penn in Hand: Selected Manuscripts