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Sat-sandarbha :: 3 - Paramatma Sandarbha
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This 3.00 version of Paramatma-sandarbha has made use of Puridas' critical edition, enhancing its value considerably. 2016.06.23

This second edition of Paramatma-sandarbha includes the Sarva-samvadini, which is added as an appendix. The commentaries provided in Sarva-samvadini are lengthy, but deal with only a few specific points. Therefore it seemed a better idea to place the text at the end rather than interspersing the comments in the text as was done with the Tattva-sandarbha. (531)

Source texts
Three texts were used in preparing this edition:

(1) (ed.) Chinmayi Chatterjee (Calcutta: Jadavpur University, 1972).

(2) With Sarva-samvadini. (ed.) Haridas Shastri (Vrindavan: Gadai Gaurahari Press, 1983).

(3) (ed.) Puridäsa. Kalikata, 1951.
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Entry added: May 26th 2003
Entry updated: May 31st 2020
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Added by: Jagat
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Text version: 3.02 (legend)
Keywords: Sat-sandarbha, Paramatma, Sandarbha, Jiva, Gosvamin, Bhagavata, sandarbha, Jiva, Goswami, Sarva-samvadini
Further notes
The Paramatma-sandarbha has 105 anucchedas (sections). For Jiva, the Paramatma is the form of God that engages in the universal creation. In this volume, he also takes up an extensive discussion of the individual soul and the ontological relationship between the two. The Sarva-samvadini to the Paramatma-sandarbhahas the famous naming of the Gaudiya Vedanta philosophy as achintya-bhedabheda.
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