Research of Ancient Philosophy


As I have indicated in my previous blog, the “Brahman” is considered to be the “indeterminate truth” rather than an existence of all possibilities. The main difference being a “indeterminate truth” is a “continuous expanse of indeterminate” rather than a set of “discrete determinate” that come together to form an indeterminate. In fact in Sanskrit, it is said to be the nirvikalpa and nirguNa Brahman, which means “Brahman” “without appearance” and “without… Read More

All sanskrit texts like the Upanishads, Vedas and so on are pretty huge. The ones I am writing about are just a few among them which have held meaning to me. The Bhagavad Gita was one such which was the first I started trying to translate on my own instead of accepting the standard translations. The reason for this was the most common verse from Gita which is has been quoted by… Read More