Letters of Sri Aurobindo
Volume II - Part 3
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Sri Aurobindo — Unknown addressee
June 23, 1937
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Shankara surely stands or falls by the Mayavada. Even the Bhaja Govindam poem is Mayavadic in spirit. I am not well acquainted with these other writings2 – so it is difficult for me to say anything about that side of the question.
1 Letters of Sri Aurobindo. 4 Ser.: fails
2 Writings attributed to Shankara such as Prabodhasudhākara. The correspondent asked whether Shankara changed his view from Mayavada to Lilavada later in his life. – Ed.
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