roadly speaking the term ‘Tradition’ has mostly sociological aspects and to some extent representation of nation’s cultural heritage. In fact no tradition can afford to remain static. However, we do come across certain age-old traditions which have withstood the onslaught of the imported ideas. They are usually religious and philosophical.
Even after many centuries Indian philosophical tradition has not changed its stance, thouh it goes without saying or dispute that the fromat seems to have preferred alternations. This could be owing to the pressing need of the time and though meagrely, the Western-Eastern cultural cross fertilization. The credit goes to the modern Indian thinkers and philosophers for having created a new and suitable paradigm. This work is an attempt to analyse the major viewpoints of some philosophers, who have drawn inspiration from the vedic thought.
2. Traditions in the Vedic and Post-Vedic Periods
3. Contemporary Indian Philosophers
|Book :||Tradition and Change: A Study of 20th Century Indian Thought|
Book ID :5950
Gopinath N. Sharma
ISBN 13 :9788174790026
Year of Publication :1994
Size :15 x 23 Cms.
Weight :1 Kg.