Vakya-vritti, a renowned composition of Sri Adi Sankaracharya, expounds the meaning of the famous mahavakya “Tat tvam asi.” Mahavakyas are short concise Upanishadic statements that present the final essence of Vedanta – the identity of the individual with Brahman.
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Vakya-vritti, a renowned composition of Sri Adi Sankaracharya, expounds the meaning of the famous mahavakya “Tat tvam asi.”
Mahavakyas are short concise Upanishadic statements that present the final essence of Vedanta – the identity of the individual with Brahman.
Vakya-vritti falls in the category of the Prakarana-grantha or topical text. It contains a total of 53 verses. The text begins with a student’s question, seeking the means to cross the ocean of transmigration. The teacher’s detailed and succinct response forms the rest of the Vakya-vritti
The approach of the text is very systematic. The author explains the topics of ‘Tat’ and ‘Tvam’ from the standpoint of their literal meaning, or vachyartha, to finally elucidate and reconcile the identity between them from the ultimate standpoint of their implied or deeper meaning, the lakshyartha.
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