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- n. (from the Sanskrit word for `to see') one of six orthodox philosophical systems or viewpoints on the nature of reality and the release from bondage to karma
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Madhava wrote at Sringeri (c. 1380) the Sarva darsana samgraha, which remains the classic summary of the various Brahman philosophical points of view.
After these come Harana-harika, Khandava-daha (the burning of the Khandava forest) and Maya-darsana (meeting with Maya the Asura architect).
Aikatmyam is explained by the commentator as Eka eva dwaita darsana hina atma yatra bhavati.