New Delhi, India, Zen Publications/D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.:
Seller ID: 111638
Must the Upanishads be ‘difficult’? Actually, they are rather plain and direct. They do not construct any complex system of ideas and beliefs. Nor do they build up any elaborate picture of the world. Instead, in some what brief and uncompromising language, they ask what is plainly and simply true: beneath all the complications of our uncertain beliefs.This sceptical questioning was their traditional difficulty. It went against the habits of faith and obedience upon which traditional society depended. As a result, the Upanishads were kept traditionally secret and inaccessible. They were hid... View More...
New Delhi, India, National Book Trust/Sangam Book Depot:
Seller ID: 108390
Human beings have tried to capture the world around them in the form of images reated by carving or painting. It was in the eighteenth century that the foundation of photography was laid; today it has become a valuable medium of communication in such diverse fields as television and scientific research. It is now regarded as an -art in itself. This very simple book explains the fundamentals of photography in lucid manner. The author of the book strongly believes that photography cannot be learnt y reading books alone, but can be mastered by taking pictures of different subjects with an eye for... View More...
Delhi, India, Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan: 2000
Seller ID: 103757
The Book 'Treatment of Phonology in Dayananda' is divided mainly in three parts i.e., Intro duction, Atha Varnoccaranasiksa (including eight chapters) and Dayananda's Vicissitudes of missi-on. Dayananda compiled sixteen books on Sanskrit grammar. Out of them Varnoccaransiksa, is the first book, a treatise on the same is in hand. Phonology is one of the rarest form of human behaviour. The child first of all uses the phonology to convey something to parents, the same is ultimately converted into the language and then child learns to speak and write. Everyone in life is concerned with phonology a... View More...
Joskus eteen voi tulla yksinkertainen mutta aivan mahdottomalta näyttävä tilanne. Silloin täytyy pysähtyä tuumaamaan, mikä arkiajattelussamme on pielessä. Ylittämättömiä yksinkertaisuuksia auttaa huumorin keinoin alkuun pattitilanteen purkamisessa. Kaikkiin kysymyksiin ei ehkä saada vastausta, mutta ainakin selviää, mitä oikeastaan kysytään. Printed Pages: 156. View More...
New Delhi, India, New Bharatiya Book Corporation: 2011
Seller ID: 104068
The Book is divided in six chapters. The main principles of Purvamimamsa system of Indian Philosophy have been discussed in separate chapters. The Introduction gives a detail survey of the controversy as found in original texts of Mimamsa and Heterodox systems and the survey of modern research. The next chapter deals with the refutation of Vedapauruseyatva, the third Svatahpramana. The fourth Sabdanityayva and the fifth Pramanas. At the beginning of these chapters position of Mimamsa regarding that particular topic has been discussed. The views of exponents of heterodox systems viz. the Carvak... View More...