Prapanch Kanya: Indian Philosophy in the Second Millennium

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Viva Books, 2008 - Philosophy and science - 411 pages
In Prapanch Kanya the history of the last millennium gets re-written, with segues into Indian Philosophy, network theory, the issue of the Gypsy Diaspora, South East Asian history and genetic research. The various aspects of Indian Philosophy Vyakarana, Mimansa, Nyaya, Dharmashastra, Alankar and the Sciences are brought together holistically. Highlighting the contributions of the Indic civilisation to contemporary science and culture, this book draws parallels between the principles of Indian philosophy and the findings of advanced biology and genetics.

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a very fascinating combination of the old and the new world.
very lucidly illustrated. gypsy story told in a very unusual fashion.
backward and forward in time. keep it up.


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