Tattvabodha authored by Sri Adi Shankaracarya is a prakarana-grantha, that is, an introductory or topical text. It is a comprehensive book of definitions of the terms and terminologies used in Vedanta. It presents the essence of Vedanta in a simple question-answer style or ‘akanksha-prakriya’. This text is a must study for all novice students seeking to begin their journey in Vedanta-sastra.
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