Development of Psychological Thought in India

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Kavyalaya Publishers, 1962 - Psychology - 225 pages
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A comprehensive authentic scientific narration on Development of Psychological thought in India. It is a systematic study of the subject from Rg Vedic times (3,000 B.C.), including psychological thoughts of Jainism (perhaps the oldest religion of India), of materialism / atheism, of Buddhism, etc. It is a seamless account on the subject spanning over 5,000 years. It contains some eye opening facts hitherto not widely known. A scholarly work from one of the most profound scholars of our times. We are fortunate that this excellent work that was out of print is now available once again published by Prof. S.K. Ramachandra Rao Memorial Trust. This book is a must for any student of Psychology, esp. in the West; and of course, for Indian students.
Dr M.V. Vasudevan, MD
Psychophylaxis Institute LLC
Mountain House, CA


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