Dynamic Facets of Indian Thought
|Abstract||v. 1. Vedas to the auxiliary scriptures -- v. 2. Three non-Vedic systems : Cārvāka, Jaina, and Buddha -- v. 4. Western impact on Indian thought.|
|Keywords||Philosophy, Indic History|
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