[Advaita-l] 'iti' in the vAcArambhaNa shruti

Praveen R. Bhat bhatpraveen at gmail.com
Thu Feb 15 23:46:37 EST 2018

Namaste Venkatraghavan mahodaya,

There's no doubt that its the very definition of mithyA and the source of
mithyAtvanishchaya for us. iti also has another interpretation as meaning
iti-vat/ iva to state that this example can be extended everywhere.

Kind rgds,
--Praveen R. Bhat
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2018-02-16 0:54 GMT+05:30 Venkatraghavan S <agnimile at gmail.com>:

> Dear Praveenji,
> Thank you so much for the collection of quotations from various TIkAs. The
> interpretation of 'iti' as a prakAravachana is a nice take on the issue.
> Its very clear from all these quotations that the mithyAtva of the vikAra
> is propounded by this shruti.
> Regards
> Venkatraghavan

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