Aesthetic Philosophy of Abhinavagupta by Kailash Pati Mishra

By Kailash Pati Mishra

Pages: 207

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Abhinavagupta propound his Aesthetic philosophy in gentle of his Tantric philosophy. Tantrism is non-dualistic because it holds the life of 1 fact, the cognizance. This one truth, the awareness, is manifesting itself within the numerous different types of knower and identified. in keeping with Tantrism the full strategy of production and dissolution happens in the nature of cognizance. within the related approach he has propounded 'Rasadvaita darsana' the Non-dualistic philosophy of Aesthetics. The Rasa, the cultured adventure, lies within the cognizance, is skilled by means of the realization, and in a manner, it itself is experiencing country of attention. As in Tantric metaphysics, one Tattva, Siva, manifests itself within the types of different Tattvas, so the only Rasa, the Santa, assumes the varieties of different Rasas, the Santa, assumes the different types of different Rasas and at last dissolves in itself.
The current booklet lines and explains the connecting issues, the operating threads, among Abhinavagupta's Tantric philosophy o fact and Aesthic Philosophy logically, philosophically and critically.
It cannot be acknowledged categorically that Abhinavagupta propounded his aesthetic theories to aid or to end up his Tantric philosophy however it should be stated certainly that he expounded his aesthetic philosophy in mild of his Tantric philosophy. Tantrism is non-dualistic because it holds the lifestyles of 1 truth, the attention. This one among knower and identified. in response to Tantrism the entire global of manifestation is manifesting out of itself (consciousness) and is manifesting in itself. the entire strategy of production and dissolution happens in the nature of attention. within the related means he has propounded Rasadvaita Darsana, the Non-dualistic philosophy of Aesthetics. The Rasa, the classy adventure, lies within the realization, is skilled by way of the cognizance and

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The point is that it can not be denied that a process of appearance is going on in the bosom of reality. To say that the world is not even abhasa and is totally unreal is self-contradictory, for then we can not explain the hard fact that the world appears before us. The world can not vanish by cursing it, as Abhinavagupta would put it. The above point in Abhinavagupta's idealism can be better appreciated if we consider it by juxtaposing it with the type of idealisms like that of Advaita-Vedanta and Madhyamika Bud­ dhism.

It describes about the specific aspects of acting. (26) The twenty sixth chapter is called 'Vikrtivikalpadhyaya'. It deals with the falsity of acting. (27) The twenty seventh chapter deals with the skill of acting and the vighnas (obstacles) and the way to remove them. (28-35) From the twenty eight to thirty fifth chapter there are discriptions about the art of music etc. (36) The thirty sixth chapter describes the qualities of the hero and other workers. 22 Aesthetic Phi losophy of Abhinavagupata (37) The thirty seventh chapter also deals with how the heaven of drama came down to earth from the heaven.

So it is for the invalidity that external factors are required. Kashmir Saiva philosophers and also the Mlmamsakas say that if there is not validity internal in the knowledge or if the knowledge is not valid by itself, svatahprakasa, then the validity of the knowledge can not be ascertained. If the second knowledged is require for the validity of first knowledge, the second knowl­ edge will require third and the third will require the fourth and it will go infinitely and there will be fallacy of infinite regress.

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