A Concise Dictionary of Indian Philosophy: Sanskrit Terms Defined in English
Containing over 500 new listings of frequently used religious terms and numerous etymological derivations, this new and revised edition of A Concise Dictionary of Indian Philosophy provides a comprehensive dictionary of Indian philosophical terms in both devanagari and roman transliteration along with an English translation. It offers special meanings of words used as technical terms within particular philosophical systems and contains the meanings of terms fundamental to epistemology, metaphysics, and practical teaching of heterodox and orthodox schools of Indian philosophy.
Cross-referencing is provided and charts are included that offer information regarding relationships, categories, and sourcebooks relevant to individual schools.
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Absolute Brahman According to Advaita According to Buddhism According to Jainism According to Kashmir According to Nyaya According to Saiva According to Sarikhya According to Visistadvaita action karma Advaita Vedanta Agamas atoms avidya bhakti bliss body Brahman Buddha Buddhism cakra called cause chart cognition consciousness deity devotion dharma divine elements eternal existence fire five four guna gunasthana guru hetu impurity individual soul inference Isvara Jaina jiva kala karma Kashmir Kashmir Saivism knowledge known Krsna liberation Lord Siva manifestation mantra maya means meditation Mimamsa mind MTmamsa nadi nature nonduality nonexistence Nyaya Nyaya school object one's path perception prakrti Puranas purusa qualities guna Reality relation Rg Veda sacred Saiva Siddhanta Saivism Sakti samadhi samsaya scripture sense organs sheath spiritual stage substance subtle supreme sutra tattva term theory things tion truth universe Upanisad Vaisesika Vedic verb root Visistadvaita Vedanta Visnu VTra Saivism word worship Yajur Veda Yogacara