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Ātmatattvaviveka (Volume-3) আত্মতত্ত্ববিবেক (৩য় খন্ড)

This book is a Bengali translation and explanation of Ātmatattvaviveka (written by Udayanāchārya) done by Dinanath Tripathi. Ātmatattvaviveka is a philosophical work refuting the Buddhist thesis. In the present volume, there is a detailed discussion of the Buddhist thesis that no external object exists independent of knowledge of them. The translator explains Udayanāchārya’s refutation of this Buddhist thesis.

Bauddha Darśane Pratyakṣa

In this article, Anantakumar Bhattacharya, Nyāyatarkatīrtha, explains the Buddhist definition of perception. In the first half, the definition of perception as put forward by Diṅnāga has been explained. In the second half, The definition of perception as offered by Dharmakīrti has been explained and examined.

Bauddhācāryasammata Svārthānumāner Saṁkṣipta Ālocanā বৌদ্ধাচার্যসম্মত স্বার্থানুমানের সংক্ষিপ্ত আলোচনা

This book, written by Heramba Chattopadhyay, is a detail presentation of the Buddhist theory of svārthānumāna. In the introduction, the author presents a historical survey of the key contributions of Buddhist philosophers in the field of logic. In the main body of the text, the reader finds an analysis of the Buddhist theory of inference along with a presentation of the different criticisms levelled against the Buddhist theory by rival philosophical systems of classical Indian Philosophy.

Nyāyamañjuri (Volume-2) ন্যায়মঞ্জুরী (২য় খন্ড)

This book written by Pañchānana Tarkavāgīṣa, is an exposition of the chapter on perception as one finds in Nyāyamañjuri There is a detailed analysis of the definition of perception as proposed in Nyāyamañjuri. A critical examination of each of the terms present in the definition of perception has been undertaken, In this context, the Buddhist view regarding denying the veridicality of judgemental perception has been presented and refuted.

নবদ্বীপের ইতিহাস ও সংস্কৃতি (Navadviper Itihas O Samskriti)

This work is a historical study of Navadvipa. The present work consists of eleven chapters. The first chapter serves as an introduction to the history of Navadvipa. The second chapter devotes itself to the geographical location of Navadvipa. The third chapter takes note of the Buddhist influence. In the fourth chapter, there is a survey of historical studies done on Navadvipa. The cultural movements in Navadvipa constitute the fifth chapter. The history of old temples and monasteries in Navadvipa is the focus of the sixth chapter. The rule of Krishnachandra is the point of discussion in the seventh chapter. The eighth chapter describes the education scenario in Navadvipa. The debate concerning the birthplace of Chaitanya Deva forms the major part of the discussion in the ninth chapter. In the tenth chapter, one finds a description of crematoriums and graveyards in Navadvipa. The last chapter refers to some historical studies on Navadvipa already done. This book contains some ancient maps and pictures of the old temples of Navadvipa.