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This is taken from this blog https://tattvamasiblog.wordpress.com/2020/11/28/concise-overview-of-indian-religious-schools-focused-on-hinduism/ based on “A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy”, Chandradhar Sharma The above groups Nyaya and Vaisheshika, Samkhya and Yoga. But there are subtle differences within this group also. Mimamsa can not be compared ...


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I have never seen this claim that Upasana is a division of the Vedas. As such, they [Vedas] are divided into four major parts, and each of these, in turn, is further divided - as may be conveniently seen in the following table: Work [karma kanda] : Samhitas, Brahmanas, Aranyakas; Knowledge [Jnana]: Upanishads; The Spiritual Heritage of India by Swami ...


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