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Sarva Darsana Sangraha - English

Sarva Darsana Sangraha - English

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Published by RG SISHTLA
by Madhava Acharya(vidyAraNya swAmy)
by Madhava Acharya(vidyAraNya swAmy)

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THE
SARVA-DARSANA-SAMGRAHA
REVIEW
OF
THE
DIFFERENT
SYSTEMSOF
HINDU
PHILOSOPHY.
MiDHAYA
ICHlRYA.
TRANSLATED
BY
E.
B.
CO
WELL,
M.A.
PROFESSOR
OF
SANSKRIT
AND
FELLOW
OF
CORPUB
CHRIST!
COLLEGE
IN
THE
UNIVERSITY
OF
CAMBRIDGE,
AND
HONORARY
LL.D.
OF
THE
UNIVERSITY
OFEDINBUROH.
AND
A.
E.
GOUGH,
M.A.
PROFESSOR
OF
PHILOSOPHY
in
THE
PRESIDENCY
COLLEGE,
AND
PRINCIPAL
OF
THE
MADRASA,
CALCUTTA.
LONDON:
TRtJBNEE
&
CO.,
LUDGATE
HILL.
1882.
[AH
rightt
ruerved.]
 
PREFACE.
I
well
remember
the
interest
excited
among
the
learned
Hindus
of
Calcutta
by
thepublication
of
the
Sarva-dar-
lana-samgraha
of
Madhava
Acharya
in
the
Bibliotheca
Indica
in
1858.
It
was
originally
edited
by
Pandit
1
svara-
chandra
Vidyasagara,
but
a
subsequent
edition,
with
no
important
alterations,
was
published
in
1872
by
Pandit
Taranatha
Tarkavachaspati.
The
work
had
been
used
by
Wilson
in
his
"
Sketch
of
the
Eeligious
Sects
of
the
Hin-
dus
"
(first
published
in
the
Asiatic
Eesearches,
vol.
xvi,
Calcutta,
1828)
;
but
it
does
not
appear
to
have
been
ever
much
known
in
India.
MS.
copies
of
it
are
very
scarce
and
those
found
in
the
North
of
India,
as
far
as
I
have
hadan
opportunity
of
examining
them,
seem
to
be
all
derived
from
one
copy,
brought
originally
from
the
South,
and
therefore
written
in
the
Telugu
character.
Certain
mis-
takes
are
found
in
all
al£
and
probably
arose
from
some
illegible
readings
in
the
old
Telugu
original.
I
have
noticed
the
same
thing
in
the
Nagarf
copiesof
Madhava's
Commentary
on
the
BlackYajur
Veda,
which
are
current
in
the
North
of
India.
^
As
I
was
at
that
time
the
OrientalSecretary
of
the
Ben-
b

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