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    compiled byV. Swaminathan

    under the guidance ofDr. R. Krishnamurthi Sastrigal, M.A., Ph..D.,

    Principal, Sanskrit College, Mylapore, Chennai 600004.

    "Sankara Nilayam",2, Sankaranarayana Street,

    Tambaram Sanatorium East, Chennai, 600047.

    Published on the eve of2509th Jayanthi celebrations of

    ADI SANKARA BHAGAVATPADAon 28th April, 2001

    Advaitasiddhisarasamgraha

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  • 3Table of ContentsIntroduction.............................................................................................................................. 10Stotras of Madhusudana Saraswati....................................................................................... 12

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