Indian Philosophy and Religion

Darshan: Seeing the Divine Image in India

Darshan: Seeing the Divine Image in India

2nd ed., revised and enlarged. An attempt to see from the Hindu perspective. 'seeing' with a vision that includes and advances understanding

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Development of Moral Philosophy In India

Development of Moral Philosophy In India

An authentic account of the development of Indian ethics based on primary sources.

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Dictionary of Advaita Vedanta

Dictionary of Advaita Vedanta

Advaita Vedanta, according to many scholars, is the most logical system of Indian philosophy.  In this dictionary, all the keywords of the system, the important authors and their books are discussed in alphabetical order.  (The terms are given in romanized script only).  This dictionary covers the Advaita literature starting from the period of 7th-8th century A.D. to 16th century A.D.

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Dictionary of Advaita Vedanta

Dictionary of Advaita Vedanta

A quick reference for basic Vedantic philosophical terms. Terms given in Roman letters with definition in English. Also contains brief essays on the Vedanta philosophy, Sadananda's Vedantasara, and charts depicting in condensed form, essential information given in Vedantasara.

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Divine World of the Alvars, The: Lives and Songs of the Vaishnava Saints of South India

Divine World of the Alvars, The: Lives and Songs of the Vaishnava Saints of South India

Vaisnava saints of South India (6th to 9th centuries)whose songs revealed a new path towards God - one of ecstatic love.

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Eminent Indian Women from the Vedic Age to the Present

Eminent Indian Women from the Vedic Age to the Present

The book depicts a long procession of Indian women through the ages who attained greatness in various spheres of life and culture - political and aesthetic, moral and spiritual.

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Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies Vol. 4 (Samkhya)

Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies Vol. 4 (Samkhya)

Samkhya is one of India’s oldest philosophical systems. This volume traces the history of the system from its beginnings in the third and fourth centuries B.C. up through the twentieth century. The volume includes a detailed introduction which discusses the history of the system and its philosophical contours overall. The rest of the volume includes summaries in English of all extant Sanskrit texts of the Samkhya system. The volume is designed for philosophers, cultural historians and students of comparative philosophy.

Co-edited by Gerald James Larson and Ram Shankar Bhattacharya, under the general editorship of Karl H. Potter.

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