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Sri Pramana Chandrika of Sri Chalari Sheshacharya is published in Kannada & Sanskrit PDF Downloadable format.

Acharya Madhva classify pramANas under the following heads :

 1. PratyakSha (Sense -perception),
2. AnumAna (inference)
3. Agama (Verbal testimony or scripture).

In his works  “Pramana Lakshana”he bestows valuable insight into its types, nature, etc.   Commentator Sri Jayatheertha and more respectfully called as Teekacharya, states that the above work of Acharya Madhwa  is astounding in its depth and is not easily digestible to Beginners. He profess that his work   “ PramaNa Paddathi”

is intended to make the stuff much easier to them. His presentation is structured, lucid and sequenced with crystal clear explanations.

As such, the Beginners in Madhwa Philosophy are immensely benefitted by “ PramaNa paddhathi”. Having understood this work and then undertaking further studies of Acharya Madhwa’s Works, the path would become much easier. Srimadh Teekacharya, with his commentaries , has lent his invaluable Hand, in trekking the mountainous works of Acharya Madhwa

However even PramaNa Paddathi seems to be not all that easier to understand.  Sri Chalari Sheshacharya has further simplified the intricate elements and points dealt in Pramana Paddathi and Pramana Lakshana, and presented them with further lucid explanations. By running through the niceties of this work, one will find it much easier to undertake more rigorous study of  Pramana Paddathi and Pramana Lakshana.

Then why hesitation ? Click the link below and start !



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