Advaita Darshana – Part-1

M. R. Dwarakanath Advaita in a Nutshell: The essence of Advaita is captured in the statement: Brahman alone is real, the world is a mere appearance; the individual self and Brahman ...

Introduction to Vedanta – Part I

M. R. Dwarakanath Vedanta literally means the end of the Vedas. Vedas are four in number; they are: Rg, Yajus, Sama and Atharva. Each of the Vedas is divided into four sections – ...

Purva Mimamsa Philosophy

M. R. Dwarakanath Introduction: The word Mimamsa is derived from the Sanskrit verbal root मन् to know and its derivative (desiderative) root मिमंस – the desire to ...

Yoga Philosophy

M. R. Dwarakanath Introduction: The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit verbal root युज् to unite. Primarily Yoga means union, application, means, etc. In the Gita, Sankhya ...

Nyaya Philosophy

M. R. Dwarakanath   The word Nyaya is derived from the Sanskrit verbal root नी – to lead or to convey. नियन्ति अनेन इति न्यायः। ...
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