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The Tattva-Muktavali is a profound and enlightening spiritual text written by the renowned sage Purnananda Chakravartin. This ancient scripture delves deep into the realms of philosophical wisdom and provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the ultimate truth, or tattva.

One of the most striking aspects of this book is the clarity and simplicity with which Purnananda conveys complex concepts. The author's impeccable command over language and his ability to distill profound truths into succinct explanations are truly commendable. As a reader, I found myself captivated by the compelling arguments and the logical progression of ideas presented throughout the text.

The Tattva-Muktavali offers a unique perspective on spirituality, emphasizing the importance of self-realization and liberation from the cycle of birth and death. Purnananda encourages readers to question their beliefs, to seek truth beyond societal norms, and to embark on a spiritual journey of self-discovery.

The book is structured in a systematic manner, with each chapter focusing on a specific aspect of spiritual philosophy. Purnananda covers a wide range of topics, including the nature of reality, the role of the mind, the concept of karma, the path to enlightenment, and more. The depth and breadth of knowledge displayed by the author are truly awe-inspiring.

I particularly appreciated the inclusion of practical exercises and meditative techniques throughout the book. Purnananda's guidance on various yogic practices and the emphasis on spiritual disciplines provide readers with practical tools to deepen their understanding and embark on a transformative journey.

However, it is worth noting that this book may not be suitable for readers who are new to spiritual philosophy or those seeking a light read. The language and concepts can be dense at times, requiring careful thought and reflection. Nevertheless, for those willing to invest time and effort, The Tattva-Muktavali is a treasure trove of wisdom and a valuable resource for seekers on the spiritual path.

In conclusion, The Tattva-Muktavali is a masterpiece of spiritual literature that offers a profound and insightful exploration of the ultimate truth. Purnananda Chakravartin's remarkable ability to convey complex concepts with simplicity and his practical guidance make this book an invaluable asset to any spiritual seeker's library.

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Originally scanned at sacred texts.com by John B. Hare. This eBook was produced by Chetan K. Jain

THE TATTVA MUKTAVÂLÎ

by Pûr.nânanda Chakravartin

JOURNAL

OF

THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY.

[New Series, Volume XV]

[London, Trübner and Company]

[1883]

{Scanned and edited by Christopher M. Weimer, April 2002}

ART. IV. The Tattva muktavâlî of Gau.da pûr.nânanda chakra vartin . Edited and Translated by Prof. E. B. COWELL.

The following poem was written by a native of Bengal, named Pûr.nânanda Chakravartin. Nothing is known as to his date; if the work were identical with the poem of the same name mentioned in the account of the Râmânuja system in Mâdhava's Sarvadaršanasa.mgraha, it would be, of course, older than the fourteenth century, but this is very uncertain; I should be inclined to assign it to a later date. The chief interest of the poem consists in its being a vigorous attack on the Vedânta system by a follower of the Pûr.naprajña school, which was founded by Madhva (or Ânandatîrtha) in the thirteenth century in the South of India. Some account of his system (which in many respects agrees with that of Râmânuja) is given in Wilson's "Hindu Sects;" [Footnote: Works, vol. i. pp. 139 150. See also Prof. Monier Williams, J... Continue reading book >>




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