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Bhāmatī

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Bhāmatī

Bhamati is a subschool of Advaita Vedanta. Its name is derived from Vachaspati Misra's commentary on Adi Shankara's Brahmasutra Bhashya.[1][2]

Origins of the name "Bhamati"

According to [2]

References

  1. ^ THE BHAMATI AND VIVARANA SCHOOLS
  2. ^ a b Vachaspati MishraRajesh Anand,

External links

  • Brahmasutra Bhashya, with Bhamati of Vachaspati Misra, Kalpataru of Amalananda and Parimala of Appaya Dikshita
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