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Singing the Body of GodThe Hymns of Vedantadesika in Their South Indian Tradition$

Steven Paul Hopkins

Print publication date: 2002

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Primary Texts

Collected Works Of Vedāntadeśika In Sanskrit and Tamil

  1. Śrīdeśikastotramālā, uraiyuṭaṉ. Edited with Tamil commentary of V. N. Śrīrāmatēcikācāryar. 1966. Madras reprint, 1982. The complete Sanskrit stotras of Deśika with modern Tamil commentary.

  2. Śrīmatvedāntadeśikagranthamālā. Edited by K. P. B. Aṇṇaṅkarācāriyar and Śrī Sampatkumārā‐cāryasvāmin. 3 vols. 1940–58. The collected Sanskrit works of Deśika without commentary.

  3. Śrītēcikappirapantam, uraiyuṭaṉ. Edited with Tamil commentary of Śrīrāmatēcikācāryar. 1944. Madras reprint, 1982. The complete Tamil prabandhams of Deśika, with modern Tamil commentary.

Select Editions Of Sanskrit and Prākrit Stotras With Translations and Commentaries In Tamil, Sanskrit, Maṇipravāḷa, and English

  1. Abhītistavam—Abheeti‐Stavam by Sri Vedanta Desika. With meaning and commentary in English by D. Ramaswamy Ayyangar. Madras: The Visishtadvaita Pracharini Sabha, 1987.

  2. Acyutaśatakam. With the Prākrit commentary (Prākṛta PrahriyāVyākhyā) by Deśikācārya, the Sanskrit commentary of Tātācārya, and the maṇipravāḷa commentary by Raṅganāthācārya. Edited by Tatācārya. Grantha and Tamil scripts. Kumbakonam, 1910, 1911.

  3. ——. With meaning and commentary in English by D. Ramaswamy Iyengar. Madras: Sri Visishtadvaita Pracharini Sabha, 1983.

  4. Aṣṭabhujāṣṭakam and Paramārthastuti. Commentary of Śeṣādri and Tamil word‐for‐word translation with gloss of Cakrapāṇi (Pattarāya) dāsa and Narmoktivilāsa of Pattarācārya. Edited by Tātācārya. Kumbakonam: Deśika Sampradāya Vivardhini Sabhā, 1915–16.

  5. Bhagavaddhyānasopānam. With the Sanskrit commentary of Veṅkaṭagopāladāsa. Śrīraṅgam: Śrīvāṇivilās Press, 1927.

  6. Dayāśatakam. Grantha script. Maṇipravāḷa commentary Tattvabodhini of Devanātha Dāsa. Edited with introduction. Kumbakonam, n.d.

  7. ——. Text with commentary in English by D. Ramaswamy Ayyangar. Tirupati: Tirumala‐Tirupati Devasthanams Press, 1961.

    • Dehalīśastuti. Grantha script. Tamil translation and explanation by Lakṣmīnarasiṃhācārya. Madras: Guardian Press, 1918; edited with a commentary by R. Tātācārya. Maṇipravāḷa commentary with word‐for‐word meaning in Tamil by Sinnamu Raṅkanāthācārya. Grantha and Tamil scripts. Kumbakonam, n.d.

    • ——. With meaning and commentary in English by D. Ramaswamy Ayyangar. Madras: Visishtadwaita Pracharini Sabha, 1973.

    • Devanāyakapañcāśat. With Sanskrit commentary of Rāghavācārya. Tamil translation by Kitambi Rājagopālācārya. Grantha and Tamil scripts. Kumbakonam, 1910.

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  9. ——. With meaning and commentary in English by D. Ramaswamy Ayyangar. Madras: A.T.M. Press, 1978.

  10. ŚrīVedānta Deśika's Stotras. With English translation by Late Sriman S. S. Raghavan, Dr. M. S. Lakshmi Kumari, and Dr. M. Narasimhachary. C.I.T. Colony, Madras: Sripad Trust, 1995.

  11. Śrīman‐nigamanta‐mahādeśik’‐anugrihinam Varadarājapañcāśatstotram Śrīnivāsācāryakṛtavyākhyā‐sametam. MSS text and Sanskrit commentary at the Institute Francais d'Indologie, Pondicherry. n.d. (17th–18th c.?). Copied by Professor S. Padmanabhan, Sanskrit Department, University of Madras.

  12. Varadarājapañcāśat. With Sanskrit commentary by Karūr Śrīnivāsācārya. Critically edited and translated into English by Pierre‐Sylvain Filliozat. Bombay: Ananthacharya Indological Research Institute, 1990.

  13. Varadarājapañcāśat. Tamil translation and meaning by Lakṣmīnarasiṃhācārya. Grantha script. Madras: Guardian Press, 1918; the text with the commentary of Śrīnivāsācārya, edited by Veṅkaṭācārya and Krishnamācārya. Grantha script. Kumbakonam: Vaidikavivardhini Press, 1906; the text with the commentary “Maṇipravāḷa” of Sinnamu Raṅkanāthācārya, edited by R. Tātācārya. Kumbakonam: Deśika Sampradāya Vivardhinī Sabhā, 1914.

  14. ——. Text with meaning and commentary in English by D. Ramaswamy Ayyangar. Madras: Visishtadwaita Pracharini Sabha, 1972.

Maṇipravāḷa Texts and Translations Of Deśika

  1. Paramatapaṅkam with Anapāya prāpai. Edited with modern maṇipravāḷa commentary by Apinavatēcika Vīrarākavācāriaṉ. Madras: Upāyavētānta Kranthamāai, 1978.

  2. ŚrīAttikiri Māhātmyam (included in ŚrīParampata sōpānam).

  3. ŚrīMunivāhana pōkam. (included in ŚrīParampata sōpānam).

  4. ŚrīParampata sōpānam. Madras, privately printed, 1974. In an edition of three important original texts with modern maṇipravāḷa glosses and commentaries.

  5. Srimad Rahasyatrayasara. Translated into English with introduction and notes by M. R. Rajagopala Ayyangar. Kumbakonam, privately printed by Agnihothram Ramanuja Thathachariar, 1956.

  6. Śrīmadrahasyatrayasāra with the Sāravistaram (modern maṇipravāḷa commentary) of Śrī Uttamur T. Vīrarākavācāryar. 2 vols. Madras: Upāyavētānta Kranthamālai, 1980.

Other Important Poetic Texts and Translations

  1. Dramiḍopaniṣattātparyaratnāvaliḥdramiḍopaniṣatsārasca. Sanskrit with Maṇipravāḷa commentary Saratnāprapāvaḷī by Uttamur Vīrarākavācāriyar. Madras: Upāyavētānta Kranthamālai, 1983.

  2. ——. Sanskrit text with English version by Sri R. Rangachari. Madras: Vedanta Desika Research Society, 1974.

  3. Haṃsasandeśa. Abhinava‐deśika‐vātsya‐śrīśailasa‐cakravarti‐Vīrarākavācārya‐viracita‐samjīvan’‐ākhyasaṃskṛtadrāmiḍa‐vyākhyāna‐sametaḥ. Madras: Ubhāya Vedānta Granthamālā, 1973. “The Messenger Goose,” one of Deśika's kāvyas, modeled on Kālidāsa's Meghadūta and other sandeśakāvyas of the southern tradition, with commentary in Sanskrit and Tamil.

  4. Haṃsasandeśa. Text with Sanskrit commentary by Mahāmahopadyāya Śrī Raṅga Chariar. Notes and English translation by N. V. Desika Chariar and Kasturi Ranga Ayengar. Madras: Vedanta Desika Research Society, 1973.

  5. Nyāyapariśuddhi. With the Sanskrit commentary Nyāyatattvaprakāśikā of Vīrarākavācāriyar. Madras: Ubhāya Vedānta Granthamālā, 1978.

  6. Pādukāsahasram. With the commentary of Śrīnivāsa. Edited by Paṇḍita Kedāranātha and Wāsudeva Lakṣmaṇa Śāstrī Paṇashīkar. Chaukhambha Sanskrit Sansthan. Kashi Sanskrit (p.315) Series 230. 1911. Reprint, Varanasi, 1984. Deśika's monumental 1,000‐verse praise of Rama's sandals.

  7. Saṃkalpasūryodaya. With Sanskrit commentary and Tamil summary by Vīrarākavācāriyar. Madras: Ubhaya Vedānta Granthamālā, 1970, in several fascicles.

  8. Saṃkalpasūryodaya of ŚrīVeṅkaṭanātha. Edited by Pandit V. Krishnamacharya, with the Prabhāvilāsa of Ahobala and the Prabhāvalī. Madras: Adyar Library, 1948.

  9. Sankalpa Suryodayam: A Sanskrit Allegorical Play in Ten Acts by Vedanta Desika. Translated by M. R. Rajagopala Iyengar. Madras: Vedanta Desika Research Society, 1977.

  10. Sri Hayagriva Stotram of Vedanta Desika. With meaning and English commentary by D. Ramaswamy Iyengar. Madras: Visishtadvaita Pracharini Sabha, 1978.

  11. Yādhavābhyudayam. “The Splendor of the Yadava Clan,” Desika's mahākāvya on the life of Krishna. For complete text with no commentary, see collected Sanskrit works; text of cantos 13–18, with the Sanskrit commentary of Appayyadīkṣita, edited by Vidvan T. T. Srinivasa Gopalachar. Mysore: Government Oriental Library, 1944.

  12. Yadavabhyudayam: A Kavya on the Life of Lord Krishna. With Sanskrit text and translation of first seven cantos by K. S. Krishna Thathachariar, and eight essays by various scholars. Madras: Vedanta Desika Research Society, 1976.

The Āḻvārs: Texts and Translations

  1. Amalaṉātipiraṉ of Tiruppāṇāḻvār. With the maṇipravāḷa commentary Tivyārtta Tīpikai of Aṇṇaṅ‐karācāriyar. Madras: Satknanta Prakābaṉa, 1966.

  2. ——. With meaning and commentary in English by D. Ramaswami Ayyangar. Madras: Visishtadwaita Pracharini Sabha, 1970.

  3. ——. With text, notes, and commentary by V. K. S. N. Raghavan. Madras: Śrī Viśiṣtādvaita Pracāriṇī Sabhā, 1986.

  4. Nālāyira Tivviyappirapantam. Tamil works of the twelve Alvars. Madras: Priya Offset Press, 1987.

  5. Nammāḻvār aruḷicceyta Tiruvāymoḻi. With Tamil commentary of Śrī Uttamur Vīrarākavācāriyaṉ. 7 vols. Madras: Visishtadvaita Pracharini Sabha, 1985–90; see for full English translation and commentary Tiruvāymoḻi English Glossary, by S. Satyamurthi Ayyangar. 4 vols. Bombay: Ananthacharya Indological Research Institute, 1981.

  6. Tirumaṅkaiyāḻvār aruḷicceyta Periyatirumoḷi. With Tamil commentary of Śrī Uttamur Vīrarā‐kavācāriyaṉ. 10 vols. Madras: Visishtadvaita Pracharini Sabha, 1977–81.

Other Śrīvaiṣṇava Texts

  1. Aṇṇaṉ Swāmi, Śrī Prativādi Bhayaṅkara. Saptatiratnamālikā. Appendix of the GPPv (see Kuruparamparāpirapāvam), pp. 53–67.

  2. Brahmasūtra Śrībhāṣya [of Rāmānuja] with the Śrutaprakāśikā. 2 vols. Madras: Visishtadvaita Pracharini Sabha, 1989.

  3. Kuruparamparāpirapāvam (Skt: Guruparamparāprabhāvam—GPPv) of Śrī Brahmatantra Svatantra Swāmi (the Vaṭakalai version). Madras: Lifco, 1968.

  4. Rāmānuja's Vedārthasaṃgraha. Introduction, critical edition, and annotated translation by J. A. B. van Buitenen. Poona: Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute, 1956.

  5. Sri Vishnu Sahasranama, with the Bhashya of Sri Parasara Bhattar. Original text and commentary in Sanskrit, with translation in English by Prof. A. Srinivasa Raghavan. Mylapore, Madras: Sri Visisthadvaita Pracharini Sabha, 1983.

  6. Vedārthasaṃgraha of ŚrīRāmānujācārya. Sanskrit text and translation by S. S. Raghavachar. Mysore: Sri Ramakrishna Math, 1968.

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Pāñcarātra Texts

  1. Ahirbudhnyasamhita of the Pancaratra. 2d ed. Revised by Pandit V. Krishnamacarya. 2 vols. Madras: Adyar Library, 1916.

  2. Pādmasaṃhitā. Critically edited by Smt. Sita Padmanabhan and R. N. Sampath. 2 vols. Madras: Pancaratra Parisodhana Parishad, 1974.

  3. Pāñcarātraprāsādaprasādhanam. Chapters 1–10 of the kriyapāda of the Pādmasaṃhitā . A Pāñcarātra Text on Temple‐Building. Edited and annotated by H. Daniel Smith. Madras: Ratmam Press, 1963.

  4. Sātvata‐Saṃhitā, with the commentary by Alaśiṅga Bhaṭṭa. Edited by Vraja Vallabha Dwivedi, with a foreword by Gaurinath Sastri. Varanasi: Sampuranand Sanskrit University, 1982.

  5. ŚrīPāñcarātrarakṣāof ŚrīVedānta Deśika. Ed. Pandit M. Duraiswami Aiyangar and Pandit T. Venugopalacharya. Madras: Adyar Library, 1967.

Other Tamil and Sanskrit Texts

  1. Abhinavagupta, Dhvanyāloka‐locana. With an anonymous Sanskrit commentary and English translation by K. Krishnamoorthy. New Delhi: Meharchand Lachhmandas, 1988.

  2. Dhvanyāloka. Critically edited with introduction, translation and notes by K. Krishnamoorthy. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1982.

  3. Kamparāmāyaṇam: Irāmāvatāram. Ceṉṉai: Kampaṉ Kaḻakam, 1984 (critical edition with no commentary).

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