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indian philosophy
indian philosophySpirituality, serenity and peace of mind are the ultimate yearnings of the human mind. These can be achieved through the postulates of Indian philosophy. ‘Dharma’ and ‘Karma’ are two foundations of Hindu philosophy. The Buddhist and Jain influences have also merged with the Indian milieu. Today the composite philosophies of all these beliefs define the Indian philosophy.
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Upanishads  (256)
Upanishads
    Eleven Principal Upanishads  (234)
  Later Upanishads  (1)
  Date of Upanishads  
  Thinkers of the Upanisads  
  Advaya Tarakopanisad  
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Schools of Indian Philosophy  (123)
Schools of Indian Philosophy
    Jain Philosophy  (51)
  Sufi Philosophy  (21)
  Samkhya Philosophy  (14)
  Vedanta Philosophy  (12)
  Nyaya Philosophy  (12)
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Indian Philosophy  (62)
Indian Philosophy
    Islamic Philosophy  (10)
  Charvaka Philosophy  (3)
  Theories of Creation  (2)
  Advaita Monism  (1)
  Classical Indian Philosophy  (1)
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Buddhist Philosophy  (51)
Buddhist Philosophy
    Arhats, Buddhism  (1)
  Yogakara school of thought  (1)
  Nagasena`s Theory of Self  
  Concept of Self  
  Elements of Individuality  
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Indian Philosophers  (27)
Indian Philosophers
    Kapila  (2)
  Dignaga  (2)
  Adi Sankaracharya  (1)
  Madhavacharya  (1)
  Lopamudra  
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Hindu Philosophy  (13)
Hindu Philosophy
    Samadhi  (3)
  Atman  (2)
  Moksha  
  Four Ashrams of Vedic Life  
  Atma  
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Indian Religious Philosophy  
Indian Religious Philosophy
    
 
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