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Sri Moksha Panth Prakash

Description This is an exhaustive commentary on Pandit Gulab Singh's (1778) AD composition "Sri Moksh Parkash" by a learned Hindi scholar Sri Tarahari Narotam. This scripture composed by an Udassi saint and divided in five sections gives the ancient saint's news on almost all branches of Indian theology and philosophy. Although written in prevalent Devnagari script, its diction is too complex to be understood by a lay reader. It is here that this commentary written in Hindi helps the reader to grasp the deeper nuances of this philosophical composition. But for non-Hindi readers, even this Hindi commentary are also somewhat difficult to grasp due to its highly sanskritised Hindi diction. Even then, it is a valuable addition to the Hindi literary canon.[edit]
Keywords Sri Guru Nanak Dev, Sankhya Mat, Buddhmat, Vedant, Purav-Pakshi, Mimansak Mat, Sri Ramchander, Granthkar, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001573
Author Pt. Sri Tarahari Narottam Ji
Year 1977
Script Devnagari
Language Hindi
Publisher Sri Nirmal Panchayti Akhara
Custodian Harnam Singh Shan, Dr.
Length 22.0
Breadth 13.8
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         692
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