- Doxographies - Why six darśanas? Which six? Prem Pahlajrai Asian
- The heterodox or nāstika systems are typically enumerated separately: the. Jaina , Buddhist and the Materialists (the Lokāyatas/Cārvākas).
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- the adherents of the Vedic tradition) and nastika (heterodox, de- nouncing the authority of the Vedas: nastika Veda nindakah).
- Vedic Brahmanism and Its Offshoots
- These were the nastika and astika respectively. •. Hinduism is an umbrella term for interacted with the non-Vedic (nastika) Shramana traditions.
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- Nastika Darsanas, Astika Darsanas. 9 credits. (Heterodox and Orthodox School of Philosophy).
- Mr. Peters and the Goddess
- "Nastika" (atheist), they used to say and wave their hand. But soon all this changed and Mr. Peters surprised both the peoples of India and his own compatriots.
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- The same atmosphere of debate pervaded all these so-called 'nastika' schools of thought. This attitude continued in the Buddhist tradition, finding expression in the 19th century religious debates in Panadura and elsewhere.
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-  Etymology. From Sanskrit नास्तिक (nāstika, “atheistical, infidel”), negating the meaning of आस्तिक (āstika, “orthodox, believing, pious, faithful”).
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