Shad Darshanas- Six Systems of Hindu Philosophy

The  systematization of Vedantic ideas into one coherent treatise was achieved by Badarayana in the Vedanta Sutras or Brahma Sutras. Consistent throughout Vedanta,  however, is the exhortation that rituals be subordinated to the individual's  quest for Truth (the Absolute, Brahman, Paramatma) through meditation governed  by Dharma supported by  the knowledge  that infinite bliss awaits the seeker.

Almost  all the existing sects of Hinduism are directly or indirectly influenced by the  thought systems developed by Vedantic thinkers. It can safely be asserted that Hinduism  to a great extent owes its survival to the formation of the coherent and  logically advanced schemes of Vedanta.

Also read
1. Characteristics of Indian Philosophy
2. Six systems of Indian Philosophy by Pandit Rajmani  Tugnait

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