An epistemological work on Shankara Vedanta as interpreted in the Vivarana school.
The Vedanta-Paribhasha is a seventeenth-century manual on the Vedanta philospophy.
Dharmaraja Adhvarin (16th century) of Kandramanikkam (Thanjavur district) was a philosopher affiliated to the Advaita (non-dualist) school. He used the techniques of Nyaya (logic) to expound on advaita vedanta [Vedanta literally means "the end of the vedas". However it is taken to represent the philosophies embodied in the Upanishads, which are the final sections of the Vedas] . His most important work is the "Vedanta Paribhasha" (the Language of Vedanta). He authored many more works on Nyaya. From his name (Adhvarin), it appears that he was a Yajurvedin of the Taittriya school.
Translated and annotated by Swami Madhavananda.