Philosophies of India
Originally published in 1973.
The volume is divided into four sections:
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absolutely ancient Āryan ascetic Aśoka ātman attained attitude avidyā become Bhagavad Gītā bliss Bodhisattva body bondage Brahman Brāhmanic Buddha Buddhist Cakravartin Century A.D. consciousness cosmic death dharma divine doctrine Editor’s note enlightenment essence existence experience force Goddess gods guṇas heaven Hīnayāna Hindu holy human ignorance Indian philosophy individual Indra infra Jaina Jainism jīva Kāma karma karmic king knowledge Kṛṣṇa lifemonad living Lord magic Mahābhārata Mahāvīra Mahāyāna man’s manifestation māyā means meditation metaphysical mind mokṣa monad monks nature nirvāṇa nondual one’s orthodox Pārśva Pārśvanātha perfect personality phenomenal prakṛti preĀryan principle puruṣa rajas Rāmakrishna reality realization realm regarded release represented ritual sacred sage Śakti samādhi Śaṅkara Sāṅkhya sattva sense Śiva socalled sphere spiritual substance subtle supra supreme Tantra Tāntric teaching term texts things thought Tīrthaṅkara tradition transcendent transcendental truth universe Upaniṣads Vaiśeṣika Vedānta Vedāntasāra Vedāntic Vedas Vedic wisdom worship Yoga Yogācāra yogī Zimmer