acaryera agraha-'advaita-vada' sthapite
tate sutrartha vyakhya kare anya rite
acaryera—of Sankaracarya; agraha—the eagerness; advaita-vada—monism; sthapite—to establish; tate—for that reason; sutra-artha—the meaning of the Brahma-sutra, or Vedanta philosophy; vyakhya—explanation; kare—does; anya rite—in a different way.
Prakasananda Sarasvati said, "Sankaracarya was very eager to establish the philosophy of monism. Therefore he explained Vedanta-sutra, or Vedanta philosophy, in a different way to support monistic philosophy.
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