Item Code: IDE398
Paperback (Edition: 2001)
Publications division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting Government of India
Size: 8.5" X 5.5"
Weight of the Book: 122 gms
Indian philosophy represents the world's oldest philosophical tradition. It has not only the longest and most continuous development, but also a rich and varies growth.
The ancient Indian mind revelled in philosophical speculations from which emerged six schools of philosophy, popularly known as darsanas. Each school or system is associated with a sage as its first promulgator - Samkhya with Kapila, Yoga with Patanjali, Vaisesika with Kanada, Nyaya with Gautama, Mimamsa with Jaimini and Vedanta with Badarayana.
The system evolved in India as a result of the great thought ferment that characterized the post-Vedic age of thinkers.
This volume provides a glimpse into the personality and the contribution of these great philosophers. It also mentions their contribution to the building up and enrichment of Indian culture.
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