Adi Shankaracharya, the eighteenth century thinker is credited with combining the Advaita Vedanta. His works in Sanskrit clarify the ideas of Atman, Nirguna Brahman and other significant musings in Hinduism.
Adi Shankaracharya composed on the Vedic group containing Brahma Sutras, Principal Upanishads and Bhagavad Gita to back his hypothesis and proposal. He clarified the key contrast among Hinduism and Buddhism, expressing that Hinduism says “Ātman (Soul, Self) exists”, while Buddhism declares that there is “no Soul, no Self”.
On his Jayanti today, netizens swarmed online media to pour their desires and offer lessons of the Jagadguru.
Adi Shankara is likewise accepted to be the author of Dashanami Sampradaya. It is broadly said that he left for his sublime dwelling place at the youthful of 32 at Kedarnath, Uttarakhand. Nonetheless, a few writings notice that he passed on in Kanchipuram or Kerala.
The Jagadguru is credited with his deliberate audits and analyses, known as Bhasyas on antiquated Indian writings. His magnum opus of editorial is the Brahmasutrabhasya which implies the discourse on Brahma Sutra is viewed as the major content of the Vedanta school of Hinduism.