Name of the course: Nyayasiddhantamukthavali Anumanakhanda
No. of Credits: 4
No. of Contact hours: 56
Aim and objectives of the Course:
To enrich the students with the concept of Anumana pramana as a means in the n ancient Indian theories of knowledge. To make awareness about the theories of meaning as discussed in syncreticism of Nyaya-Vaiseshika theories
Teaching and Learning Activities.
This course is divided into four modules. Each module may take 4 to 5 week of teaching, learning activities, lecturer classes, seminars, assignments and tutorials are designed as methods of teachings.
Two credits will
be internally evaluated through continuous assessment. Two credits will be assigned by University
through End semester examination. The internal assessment will include three
components (1) Seminar,
(2) Assignment and (3) Test paper. The Evaluation will be based on the 9 point grading system.
Anuman khanda - Anumiti Nirupana, Puramarsa, Purvapaksha vyapti, Siddhantavyapti and Paksata.
Hetvabhasa Vibhaga – Anaikantika- Sadharana upto Badhah.
Sabdakhanda- Saktisvarupa, Saktigraho payah, padartha svarupa, divisions of pada etc..
Laksananirupana- Vakyarthajnana Hetava, Smritinirupana and Manonirupana
Nyayasiddhantamukthavali Anumanakhanda and Sabdakhanda.
1. Subhodhini of Parikshit Rama varma Thampuran published by Govt. Sanskrit College, Thripunithura.
2. Dinakari and Ramarudri Commentary on Nyayasiddhantamukthavali of Visvanadhapanchanana.
Modes of Assessment & Examination
50% Internal assessment: Seminar, Assignment,
and Test paper - 2 credits
50% External and End- semester examination - 2 credits
Question Paper Pattern
1. Write sabdabodha prakara six out of eight
2. Define the nyayas (rules) of verbal knowledge six out of eight
3. Paragraph answers- two out of four
4. Essay- one out of two
- Teacher: Renuka email@example.com