- Publisher: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; 2010 edition (2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8121500575
- ISBN-13: 978-8121500579
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,785,316 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Yogavarttika Of Vijnanabhiksu Vol. 3. Vibhutipada Hardcover – 2010
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Language: Text with English trans. and critical alongwith the text and English trans. of the Patanjala Yogasutras and Vyasabhasya
From the Jacket
This is the first time that an attempt to render the Yogavarttika into English has been made. Its syncretic nature and the difficulty of understanding it without the aid of the sutra and bhasya has always deterred the undertaking of this work for a study in such detail. The present work gains added importance due to the critical notes given under every varttika. The bringing together of all the three-the sutra, bhasya and varttika-will serve the scholar and layman alike and will fulfil the need along felt for such a work. The first two volumes in this series, the Samadhipada and the Sadhanapada have had a very good response and have been well received by scholars both in India and abroad.
The splitting of the Bhasya and the Varttika topic wise, provision of accurate and lucid English translation with copious explanations and footnotes and an erudite glossary of technical terms make this work extremely useful.
About the Author
Dr. T.S. Rukmani is presently chairperson, Hindu Studies, Department of Religion, University of Concordia, Montreal, Canada. Her published works are: A Critical Study of the Bhagavata Purana, with special reference to bhakti (Varanasi, 1970); Yogavarttika of Vijnanabhiksu, 4 vols. (New Delhi, 1981-89); and Sankara: The Man and His Philosophy (New Delhi, 1991). She also contributes research papers regularly in both Indian and International journals.
There has been a long delay in publishing the third volume of the Yogavarttika series due to certain compelling commitments both professional and personal. But the constant demand by scholars for the remaining volumes has finally demand by scholars for the remaining volumes has f
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