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Advaitasiddhiḥ (Volume-2) অদ্বৈতসিদ্ধি: (২য় খন্ড)

In this book, Yogendranāth Tarkasāṃkhyavedantatīrtha, the author, offers a detailed analysis of the first definition of ignorance that one finds in the text Advaitasiddhi by Madhusūdana Sarasvati. The book starts with presenting a history of Advaita-Vedānta followed by the biography of Madhusudana Saraswati. There is also an introductory analysis of some of the key Nyāya ideas, for the author of Advaitasiddhi himself takes recourse to some Nyāya techniques in defending the Advaita thesis.

Rashvihary Das on Advaitism

This book has two parts. In the first part, Das elucidates the main arguments offered by Suresvara in his Naiskarmasiddhi. Suresvara, being a direct disciple of Saṅkara, is one of the most authentic representatives of Advaitism. This leads Das to explain the main arguments of Suresvara, which actually would present the main contentions of the Advaita position.  In the second part, Das offers his understanding of avidyā, one of the central themes of Advaita philosophy.