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    SataDushani

    Hi,

    Anyone here have this "SataDushani" by VedantaDesika? Please share it if you have it.

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    Re: SataDushani

    namaste grames.

    Seems the author of the work is tirukkudantai desikan and not vedAnta desikan. Check this link to download the book:
    http://www.sundarasimham.org/ebooks/ebook88.htm

    This Website and the http://www.ahobilavalli.org/ have a rich collection of beautifully illustrated vaiShNava books, which I am collecting for the HDF library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts.
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    Re: SataDushani

    Dear Saidevo,

    Thanks for the reference and i have already browsed ahobilavalli and one of the frequent visitor of this website

    SataDushani is in fact, an argument/debate between Swami Desikan ( who is lovingly called "Vedanta" Desika denoting his statue and knowledge ) and this argument was recollected by his diciple and witness Perarylala arayar recollected all the vadas and composed this sataDushani.

    The reference you have given is a different composition and done by Thirukudanthai Desikan who is also considered as incarnation of Swami desikan himself

    Interesting....

    Quote Originally Posted by saidevo View Post
    namaste grames.

    Seems the author of the work is tirukkudantai desikan and not vedAnta desikan. Check this link to download the book:
    http://www.sundarasimham.org/ebooks/ebook88.htm

    This Website and the http://www.ahobilavalli.org/ have a rich collection of beautifully illustrated vaiShNava books, which I am collecting for the HDF library of Hindu Sanskrit Texts.

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    Re: SataDushani

    I think the book is out of print at Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Ltd.

    Perhaps steady demand for hard copies for such books will keep such classical books still in print?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wundermonk View Post
    I think the book is out of print at Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Ltd.

    Perhaps steady demand for hard copies for such books will keep such classical books still in print?!

    I would love to get my hands on a translation of Vedaanta-deshika's Shatadushani. I gather that SMS Chari's book is a summary study. Has anyone read it? I've only read one of his other books... I believe it was called "Philosophy of Vaishnavism." I found it well-researched and an easy read.

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    Hi.,

    I have read the Chari's SataDushani and it is very detailed analysis of the actual SataDushani. Good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philosoraptor View Post
    I would love to get my hands on a translation of Vedaanta-deshika's Shatadushani. I gather that SMS Chari's book is a summary study. Has anyone read it? I've only read one of his other books... I believe it was called "Philosophy of Vaishnavism." I found it well-researched and an easy read.
    This is Chari's biok. I liked it.

    http://books.google.co.in/books?id=r...rbooks_r&cad=3
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