1. Usha Colas-Chauhan (2008). A Śaiva Theory of Meaning. Journal of Indian Philosophy 36 (4):427-453.
    The Pauṣkara briefly discusses the meaning-expressing nature of śabda (constituted of phonemes, varṇa) and the means to the cognition of word and sentence meaning. According to this dualistic Śaiva Tantra, meaning is denoted by nāda, a capacity of varṇas. Varṇas also are the means to the cognition of meaning through a capacity (saṃskāra) manifested in them. Although the meaning-denoting capacity is natural to varṇas, the relation of words (which are nothing but groups of varṇas) with objects is fixed by convention. (...)
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  2. Usha Colas-Chauhan (2002). Umāpati on Prāmānya an Annotated Translation. Journal of Indian Philosophy 30 (4):305-338.
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  3. Usha Colas-Chauhan (2002). UmāPati on PrāmāNya An Annotated Translation. Journal of Indian Philosophy 30 (4):305-338.
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