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George Thibaut who translated the Brahmasutra Bhashyas of both Sankara and Ramanuja performed a comparative analysis of every adhikaraNa that you can read in his introduction to the translation of the Sankara Brahmasutra Bhashya. One of the unexpected observations Thibaut made was that among the two, Ramanuja's commentary was closer to that of Badarayana ...


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Brahman has no body. Shruti is very explicit about it. Following is from Ishavasya Upanishad. स पर्यगाच्छुक्रमकायमव्रणमस्नाविरँ् शुद्धमपापविद्धम् । कविर्मनीषी परिभूः स्वयंभूर्याथातथ्यतोऽर्थान्व्यदधाच्छाश्वतीभ्यः समाभ्यः ।। 1.1.8 ।। ।।1.1.8।।. He (Atman) is all-pervading, bright, bodiless, scatheless, without muscles, pure, untouched by sin (evil)...


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Yes. 'Neti, Neti' is an expression of Ineffability - kind of description of Nirguna aspect. Read/understand the following links and discussions for more details in the same order below... https://www.tamilbrahmins.com/threads/nature-of-the-self.38233/ Consciousness as vrittis themselves https://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/104631/discussion-between-weezy-...


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