Ashtavakra Gita or the Song of Ashtavakra is a classical Advaita Vedanta scripture.
It is a dialogue between Ashtavakra and Janaka (king of Mithila) on the nature of soul, reality and bondage.
Ashtavakra Gita insists on the complete unreality of external world and absolute oneness of existence. It offers a radical version of non-dualistic philosophy. It does not mention any morality or duties, and therefore is seen by commentators as ‘godless’. It also dismisses names and forms as unreal and a sign of ignorance.