Q1. Which is the best
translation of Brahma Sutras?
Brahma Sutras are a Sanskrit text
that is considered an important part of the Vedic scriptures.
There have been many translations of the verses of Brahma Sutras and the best
book is the “ब्रह्मसूत्र (सरल हिन्दी व्याख्यासहित) - The Brahma Sutras with Easy
Explanation in Hindi” authored by Hari Krishna Das
Goyndka. This book is published by Gita Press,
Gorakhpur, which is an authentic publication. The author of this book has
translated each Sanskrit verse into simple Hindi language that can be
understood by everyone.
wrote the Brahmasutra?
Brahma Sutra was authored by Maharshi Badrayana Vyas (also known as Krishna
Dvaipayana Vyas), a great sage in the history of Sanatan Dharma. He wrote 555
verses of Brahma Sutra in the Sanskrit language and structured them into four
chapters. These verses elaborately talk about material existence, how the
material world/universe was created, and the information of the Absolute Truth
Sutra is considered an important part of the Vedic scriptures and describes
five Tattvas: Ishvara (the Supreme Personality of Godhead), Jiva (living
entity), Prakriti (material nature), Kaal (eternal time), and Karma (action).
are Brahma Sutras?
Brahma Sutra, also known as Vedanta Sutra, is
a principal Vedic literature that is considered the essence of all knowledge.
Maharshi Badrayana Vyasa, the literary incarnation of Lord Hari, wrote the
Brahma Sutra to clearly present the final message of all the Vedas and Upanishads.
Brahma Sutra consists of 555 Sanskrit verses compiled in four chapters. These
verses refute all the misconceptions about the Vedas that ignorant beings hold
onto. They establish the nature of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Vishnu or Krishna, and
describe the relationship of the living entities with Him.
were the Brahma Sutras written?
the Dwapar Yuga, people propounded many misinterpretations about the Vedas and
misunderstood the aim of human life. At that time, the Supreme Personality of
Godhead, Lord Hari, incarnated as Vyasadev and restored the Vedas. The Brahma
Sutra was thus written by Shri Vyasadev at the end of Dwapara Yuga to dispel
the ignorance of the people of Kali Yuga and to establish them into the
Absolute reality. The verses of the Brahma Sutra describe Lord Vishnu as the
Supreme Brahman and the cause of all causes.
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