Indian Philosophy and Religion

History of the Dvaita School of Vedanta and its Literature

History of the Dvaita School of Vedanta and its Literature

The rise and growth of the dualistic school of philosophy expounded by Sri Madhvacarya, and an analysis of its sources.

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How to Know God: The Yoga Aphorisms of Patanjali

How to Know God: The Yoga Aphorisms of Patanjali

Patanjali's Yoga Aphorisms in modern translation with the commentary of Swami Prabhavananda. English only. see: Patanjali Yoga Sutras.

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India’s Heritage: Vedas to Sri Ramakrishna

India’s Heritage: Vedas to Sri Ramakrishna

This book gives a glimpse into the rich heritage of India from Vedic times to the advent of Sri Ramakrishna. It contains pictures of exquisite paintings displayed in the exhibition on Swami Vivekananda and Indian Cultural Heritage at Vivekanandar Illam, Chennai.

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Indian Culture: Its Ageless Charm and Timeless Appeal

Indian Culture: Its Ageless Charm and Timeless Appeal

This volume presents the fundamental ideas and ideals of Indian culture such as Upanishads, yoga, meditation and so on. There are also articles on the influence of Indian culture on economics, architecture, the tradition of dining etc.

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Indian Philosophical Systems

Indian Philosophical Systems

Papers by distinguished scholars of philosophy presented at the Institute of Culture, Calcutta, Feb.1990.

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Indian Saints and Mystics

Indian Saints and Mystics

Well written and well researched, the book contains twenty-seven biographical sketches of Indian saints and mystics including Jnanadeva, Namadeva, Ekanatha, Tukarama, Mirabai and others less well known.

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Introduction to Indian Philosophy, An

Introduction to Indian Philosophy, An

A simple and very authoritative introduction to all the main schools of Indian philosophy. Originally published by Calcutta University and used widely within as well as outside India. This is a reprint of the seventh (final) edition.

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Journey of the Upanishads to the West

Journey of the Upanishads to the West

'In this unique and comprehensive book,(the author) shows how Upanishadic ideas have been influencing the West not just for several centuries but for several millennia.' Sam Fohr, Professor of Philosophy, University of Pittsburg

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