I'm looking for an English translation of "Sarvartha Siddhi" by Vedanta Desika. In fact I'm only interested in one part of it, "I.69", in which a reference to Yadavaprakasa and his theory of time is made. But if there's a translation of the whole work, that would be great. I've been looking for it for weeks but found nothing. Thanks.

  • Is this what you are looking for- archive.org/details/Sarvarthasiddhi/page/n4
    – user17858
    Jun 2, 2019 at 18:54
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    @Shashwat No, this seems to be a text from another author. The Sarvartha Siddhi that I'm looking for is a commentary on "Tattva Mukta Kalapa" by Vedanta Desika. This is the original text in Sanskrit: archive.org/details/TattvaMuktaKalapaMRamaSastri1900 . But thanks.
    – ADiaz
    Jun 2, 2019 at 23:00
  • It's unlikely that you would find an English translation of the Sarvartha Siddhi. The Tattvamuktakalapa is considered one of the tougher texts. Most traditional scholars in Visistadvaita themselves haven't studied it deeply. A tamil translation by Kaniambakkam Devanathachariar is appearing as a serial in the Tamil magazine "Sri Nrisimha Priya".
    – hashable
    Feb 11, 2020 at 6:07

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here is the link for sarvarta siddhi (the commentary of tattva mukta kalapa by vedanta desika).



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