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Sat Sandarbhas (Six Sandarbhas) is a 16th-century Vaishnava Sanskrit text, authored by Gaudiya Vaishnava theologian Jiva Goswami.[1][2][3] According to Jiva Goswami, Gopala Bhatta Goswami had already done the preliminary work on Sat Sandarbhas but did not complete it. Jiva took the work of Gopala Bhatta and expanded it into six parts, systematically presenting the philosophy of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and providing scriptural evidences. Jiva Goswami also wrote an extensive commentary to the Sat Sandarbhas called Sarva-samvadini. The Jiva Institute of Dr. Satyanarayana Dasa based in Vrindavan is engaged in what Lucian Wong calls an "ambitious Sandarbha translation project".[4] The six Sandarbhas are as follows:

  • Tattva-sandarbha
    • translated into English by Stuart Elkman,[5] Satyanarayana Dasa and Kundali Dasa,[6] Bhanu Swami[7], Satyanarayana dasa [8] and Gopiparanadhana Dasa (2014)
    • translated into Hindi (along with commentaries by Jiva Goswami, Baladeva Vidyabhushan, Radha Mohan Goswami, and Gaura Kishor Goswami) by Haridas Shastri [9] and by Shyamlal Hakim (Shri Shyamdas) [10]
  • Bhagavata-sandarbha
    • translated into English by Satyanarayana dasa[11]
    • translated into Hindi (along with commentary by Jiva Goswami) by Haridas Shastri [12]) and by Shyamlal Hakim (Shri Shyamdas) [13]
  • Paramatma-sandarbha
    • translated into English by Satyanarayana dasa[14]
    • translated into Hindi by Haridas Shastri (with commentary by Jiva Goswami) [15] and by Shyamlal Hakim [16]
  • Krishna-sandarbha
    • translated into Hindi by Haridas Shastri (with commentary by Jiva Goswami) [17] and by Shyamlal Hakim [18]
  • Bhakti-sandarbha
    • translated into English by Satyanarayana Dasa and Bruce Martin[19]
    • translated into Hindi by Haridas Shastri (with commentary by Jiva Goswami) [20] and by Shyamlal Hakim [21]
  • Priti-sandarbha
    • translated into Hindi by Haridas Shastri [22] and by Shyamlal Hakim [23]

Krama-sandarbha is yet another work by Jiva Goswami where he commented on the verses of Bhagavata Purana.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b De, Sushil K. (1942). Early History of the Vaishnava Faith and Movement in Bengal. p. 254.
  2. ^ Dasa, Satyanarayana (2007). "The Six Sandarbhas of Jiva Goswami". In Bryant, Edwin F. Sources of the Krishna tradition. Oxford University press. pp. 373–408. ISBN 978-1-234-56789-7.
  3. ^ Gupta, Ravi (2007). The Caitanya Vaiṣṇava Vedānta of Jīva Gosvāmī: When Knowledge Meets Devotion. Abingdon: Routledge.
  4. ^ Wong, Lucian (2015). "Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇava Studies: Mapping the Field". Religions of South Asia. 9 (3): 312.
  5. ^ Elkman, Stuart (1986). Jīva Gosvāmin’s Tattvasandarbha: A Study on the Philosophical and Sectarian Development of the Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇava Movement. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass.
  6. ^ Dasa, Satyanarayana; Dasa, Kundali (1995). Śrī Tattva Sandarbha of Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī: The First Book of the Śrī Ṣaṭ Sandarbha. Vrindavan: Jiva Institute.
  7. ^ Swami, Bhanu (2012). Tattva Sandarbha. Chennai, India: Sri Vaikuntha Publishers.
  8. ^ Dasa, Satyanarayana (2015). Śrī Tattva Sandarbha – Vaiṣṇava Epistemology and Ontology Translation and Commentary. Vrindavana: Jiva Institute of Vaishnava Studies.
  9. ^ Shastri, Haridas (1983). Tattva Sandarbhah. Vrindavan: Sri Gadadhar Gaurahari Press.
  10. ^ Hakim, Shyamlal (2000). Shri Tattva Sandarbha. Vrindavan: Vraja gaurava prakashan.
  11. ^ Dasa, Satyanarayana (2014). Bhagavat Sandarbha: God—His Qualities, Abode and Associates. Vrindavan: Jiva Institute.
  12. ^ Shastri, Haridas (1984). Bhagavat Sandarbhah. Vrindavan: Sri Gadadhar Gaurahari Press.
  13. ^ Hakim, Shyamlal (2007). Shri Bhagavat Sandarbha. Vrindavan: Vraja gaurava prakashan.
  14. ^ Dasa, Satyanarayana (2016). Śrī Paramātma Sandarbha: The Living Being, Its Bondage, and the Immanent Absolute. Vrindavana: Jiva Institute of Vaishnava Studies.
  15. ^ Shastri, Haridas (1984). Paramatma Sandarbhah. Vrindavan: Sri Gadadhar Gaurahari Press.
  16. ^ Hakim, Shyamlal (1999). Shri Bhagavat Sandarbha. Vrindavan: Vraja gaurava prakashan.
  17. ^ Shastri, Haridas (1984). Krishna Sandarbhah. Vrindavan: Sri Gadadhar Gaurahari Press.
  18. ^ Hakim, Shyamlal (1996). Shri Krishna Sandarbha. Vrindavan: Vraja gaurava prakashan.
  19. ^ Dasa, Satyanarayana; Martin, Bruce (2005–2006). Śrī Bhakti Sandarbha of Jīva Gosvāmin. 3 vols. Vrindavan: Jiva Institute.
  20. ^ Shastri, Haridas (1985). Krishna Sandarbhah. Vrindavan: Sri Gadadhar Gaurahari Press.
  21. ^ Hakim, Shyamlal (1998). Shri Krishna Sandarbha. Vrindavan: Vraja gaurava prakashan.
  22. ^ Shastri, Haridas (1986). Priti Sandarbhah. Vrindavan: Sri Gadadhar Gaurahari Press.
  23. ^ Hakim, Shyamlal (1998). Shri Priti Sandarbha. Vrindavan: Vraja gaurava prakashan.

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