Philosophy and Argument in Late Vedanta: Sri Harsa’s Khandanakhandakhadya, by Phyllis E. Granoff

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The book Khandanakhandakhadya, composed by Shri Harsha, is one of the most important treatise of Vedanta according to some. The thesis upon which the entire work is based is that nothing can be explained–neither any factor or worldly phenomena nor the ultra-phenomenal consciousness or Brahman. No adequate explanation can be provided of anything.

This is not a book you will order from Amazon.com or easily find; it is definitely a work you locate at a research library unless you’re able to read Sanskrit (in which case, there are digital copies available online for free).

According to Ayan Maharaj, an assistant professor in the department of philosophy at Vivekananda University and a monk in training with the Ramakrishna Math, it is nonetheless worth the effort for the philosophically-minded student of Vedanta.

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