A Study of Śivaj˝āna Siddhiyār Parapakkam
Study of Civa˝ānacittiyār, by Aruṇanti Civācāriyar, 13th cent., a commentary refuting the interpretation of various schools of thought, on Civa˝ān̲apōtam, canonical work on the Śaiva Siddhānta school of Indic philosophy, by Meykaṇṭatēvar.
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Saiva Siddhanta and other Systems
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