Drig-Drishya Viveka, as the name indicates, is a Vedantic treatise of 46 verses inquiring into the nature of the ‘Seer’ (Drig) and the ‘See’ (Drishya), an inquiry which is of utmost importance for understanding the conclusions of the Vedanta philosophy. This brief treatise compresses much information into its body of few verses. The book contains the original text in Devanagari, its word-by-word meaning in English, a running translation, and exhaustive notes by Swami Nikhilananda.
Drig Drishya Viveka
Sri Shankaracharya | Swami Nikhilananda