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“Philosophy in India is essentially spiritual. It is the intense spirituality of India, and not any great political structure or social organization that it has developed, that has enabled it to resist the ravages of time and the accidents of history. External invasions and internal dissensions came very near crushing its civilization many times in its history. The Greek and the Scythian, the Persian and the Mogul, the French and the English have by turn attempted to suppress it, and yet it has its head held high. India has not been finally subdued, and its old flame of spirit is still burning. Throughout its life, it has been living with one purpose. It has fought for truth and against error. It may have blundered, but it did what it felt able and called upon to do. The history of Indian thought illustrates the endless quest of the mind, ever old, ever new." ~S.Radhakrishnan
...the time is coming when a Summa of the Philosophia Perennis will have to be written, impartially, based on all orthodox sources whatever...to emphasize that the Philosophia Perennis, Sanaatan Dharma, Akaaliko Dhammo, is always and everywhere consistent with itself.... ~ Ananda K. Coomaraswamy
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astitvaISSN: 2454-602X. A Series containing forthcoming articles and books aiming to Integration of the Six Systems of the Indian Philosophy&Summa of the Philosophia Perennis

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Imprint: Manifest

Tentative: Monographs Titles
astitva Vol.I. Lost Pages of Bharatiya Darshanastitva Vol.II. Beyond Time and Eternityastitva Vol.III Teachings of Bhagvad Gita