An earlier collection of some of these articles under the title Indian Philosophy A Counter Perspective was published in 1991. This new collection includes many articles written after that period , some published and others unpublished. The articles included in this book are: Is Indian Philosophy Theological’ in Character? ; Three myths about Indian Philosophy. Three conceptions of Indian Philosophy Indian Philosophy and Moksa Revisiting an old controversy; The Vêdic Corpus : some questions The Vedic Corpus and the two Sutras- text, concerned with it ; the Mimamsa Sutra and the Brahma Sutra ; The Upanisads - What are they? ; The Yoga-Sutras: The undeciphered text anomalies, problems and paradoxes ; Yajna and the doctrine of Karma - A contradiction in Indian thought about action ; Apoha and Samavaya in Kantian Perspective ; The Text of the Nyaya Sutras : Some Problems Prasastapadas mapping of’ the Realm of qualities neglected chapter in Indian philosophy ; Is lsvarakrsna’s Samkhya Karika really Samkhayan ; Vedanta-Does it really mean anything? ; Adhyasa- a non-advaitic beginning in Samkara Vedanta ; The myth of the Purusarthas’; Rasa - The bane of Indian Aesthetics Consciousness , materiality and spirituality : issues ,dilemmas and the future of mankind; Bondage of Birth and death. The book contains annexure and index.