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Idealistic thought in Indian philosophy: rise and growth from the Vedic times to the Kevaladvita Vedanta up to Prakasananda of 16th cent., including as propounded in the Mahayana..
by Divatia, Shuchita Chittaranjanbhai


 

ISBN: 9788124600214

D.K. Printworld, New Delhi

Pub. Year: 2017

Pages, ills, maps etc.,
Reprint: xiv,274p., bibl., ind., 23cm.

RS. 900.00 Hardcover

Note: Postage will be charged as actual.
Other books written / edited by: Divatia Shuchita Chittaranjanbhai
Series: Contemporary Researches in Hindu Philosophy and Religion; 1
...Buddhism.;;;Contents: (i) Idealistic thought in the veda and the upanisads (ii) Idealistic thought in the Brahma-Sutra (iii) Idealistic thought in the Madhyamika and the Vinanavade schools of Budhism (iv) Idealistic thought in the Yoga-Vasistha (v) Idealistic thought in the Gaudapadakarika (iv) Idealistic thought in the Vivekacudamani (vii) Idealistic thought in the Brahma-Sutra-Sankara-Bhasya (viii) Idealistic thought in the Brahmasiddhi (ix) Srsti-Drsti-Vada (x) Drsti-Srsti-Vada in the Vedanta Siddhanta muktavali.
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