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- Back in 600 BCE the Charvakas rejected rituals, exulted in scepticism and upheld materialism. The Ajivikas trounced the Vedas, all theories of karma, and the idea of free will, declaring that everything was predetermined.
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- Vedic Brahmanism had to confront what it called nastikas — the Shramans, Buddhists, Jains, and other monks — and they, in turn, had to confront the charvakas or materialists.
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- Vedic Brahmanism had to confront what it called nastikas — the Shramans, Buddhists, Jains, and other monks — and they, in turn, had to confront the charvakas or materialists”.
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