The Brahma sūtra is an early exposition of the Vedanta-interpretation of the Upanishads. It is an attempt to systematise the various strands of the Upanishads which form the background of the orthodox systems of thought. It is also called Uttara-Mimāṃsā or the investigation of the later part of the Vedas, as distinguished from the Mimāṃsā of the earlier part of the Vedas and the Brahmanas which deal with ritual or karma-kānda. It is intended to be a summary of the teaching of the Upanishads.
Brahma Sutras: According to Sri Sankara With Text, Word-forWord Translation, English Rendering, Comments According to the Commentary of Sri Sankara, and Index
Brahma Sutra Bhasya Brahma Sutra is the third of the canonical texts and is regarded as the Nyaya-prasthana, because it sets forth the teachings of Vedanta in a logical order.
Acharya Shankar Krita Brahmasutra Adhyasabhashya Adyasavada is the key principle of Advaita Vedanta. Basic premise of this theory is Adhyasabhashya. Before interpreting the first brahmasutra