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Samkhya Karika Of Isvara Krsna

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Samkhya is one of the most important six systems of Hindu philosophy. Its contribution to our knowledge of Reality and the world is crucial. Vedanta, one of the other six systems of Hindu philosophy, accepts most of the basic concepts of Samkhya. Not only Vedanta but also modern science, cannot be understood in all their nuances without first understanding the tenets of Samkhya. This English translation of Isvara Krsna’s Samkhya Karika with the gloss of Vacaspati Misra is by Swami Virupakshananda, who was a senior monk of the Ramakrishna Order and a prolific writer. The book comprises word for word meanings, a free translation and questions and answers.

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Samkhya is one of the most important six systems of Hindu philosophy. Its contribution to our knowledge of Reality and the world is crucial. Vedanta, one of the other six systems of Hindu philosophy, accepts most of the basic concepts of Samkhya. Not only Vedanta but also modern science, cannot be understood in all their nuances without first understanding the tenets of Samkhya. This English translation of Isvara Krsna’s Samkhya Karika with the gloss of Vacaspati Misra is by Swami Virupakshananda, who was a senior monk of the Ramakrishna Order and a prolific writer. The book comprises word for word meanings, a free translation and questions and answers.

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Weight 0.24 lbs
Writer

Swami Virupakshananda

Publication
ISBN

9788171207114

Cover Type

Paper Back

Language

English

Location

San Jose

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