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Sarva-Siddhānta-Saṅgrahaḥ (also known as Sarva-darsana-siddhanta Sangrah) is definitely a work of Adi Shankara. In fact, Adi Shankara followed up this work with the Sarva Vedānta Siddhānta Sāra Saṅgraha, which is the collection of all vedanta works. Further, this was the inspiration of Swami Madhavacharya Vidyaranya of the Sringeri pontiff in 1331 AD to ...


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Apāntaratamas meaning apa+antara+tamas i.e., one who is free from all internal darkness is popular in Indian scriptures. He is mentioned in the seventh skanda of the Subala Upanishad and in the Adhyatma Upanishad etc. However, the fact he took rebirth as Sage Vyasa is mentioned directly only in the 3.3.32 of the Brahma Sutra Bhasya of Adi Shankara and ...


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https://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/vp/vp077.htm "In every Dwápara (or third) age, Vishńu, in the person of Vyása, in order to promote the good of mankind, divides the Veda, which is properly but one, into many portions: observing the limited perseverance, energy, and application of mortals, he makes the Veda fourfold, to adapt it to their capacities; and ...


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