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The Mimamsa Anukramanika of Mandana Mishra

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Item Code: MZG817
Author: Ganga Nath Jha
Language: SANSKRIT
Edition: 1986
Pages: 530
Other Details 8.50 X 5.50 inch
Weight 720 gm
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The Mimamsa School is traced to the Vedas, which form the root-source of all Indian tradition. By discussing and interpreting correctly the rules of Vedic ritual and doctrine, this system of thought explains the nature of Dharma to be followed by the people. The earliest surviving manual is that of Jaimini ( c. 400 B.C.) on which a number of commentaries and sub-commentaries came Successively to be written. In the line of Sabara and Kumarila) was Mandana_ Misra ( 7th century A. D.), whose main works include the Vidhi-viveka "Analysis of Rules" and the Mimamsanukramanika "Index to Mimamsa". This latter book of Mandana Misra comments on the Sutras of Jaimini elucidating properly the matters of its each section, their relevance, arguments, criticism and objections raised thereon, and conclusions. Editing the text for the first time, Mahamahopadhyaya Dr, Ganganath Jha- one of the greatest authorities on Mimamsa thought in modern times —added a new Sanskrit Commentary of his own called the Mimamsamandana following avowedly the model of the well-known Jaiminiyanyayamala and bringing this difficult philosophical subject within an easy grasp of scholars and students. It discusses exhaustively and clearly all essential themes with respect to the subject of investigation (visaya ), the doubt ( samsaya ), prima facie view ( purvapaksa ), answer or demonstrated conclusion ( siddhanta ) and relevance { sangati ).

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