tarka saṅgraha is the famous introductory text for tarka shāstra. The mūla is first studied, and it is then studied again along with the author’s own commentary, the dīpikā. Since the dīpīkā opens the door to the study of advanced texts such as the celebrated gādhādharī, the dīpīkā is also known as the bāla gādhādharī.
- dīpīkā with english translation by swami virupakshananda
- dīpīkā with hindi translation by ānand jhā
- dīpīkā with hindi translation by dayānand bhārgava
- tarka saṅgraha with english translation by VN jhā
Links (class recordings):
- english recordings on the mūlā, nyāya bodhinī and pakakr̥itya by dravidāchārya
- sanskrit youtube recordings on navya nyāya and nyāya bodhinī by m.a alwar
- ongoing hindi recordings on the mūlā and dīpīkā by pradyumna jī mahārāj
- partial sanskrit youtube recordings on the mūlā, nyāya bodhinī and pakakr̥itya by shrī rāmapriya
- sanskrit recordings on the tarka saṅgraha and vidyādharī
nyāya siddhānta muktāvalī
The nyāya siddhānta muktāvalī is a commentary on the kārikāvalī (bhāṣhā pariccheda). Together, they form a comprehensive text outlining the combined nyāya / vaiṣheśhika school. It is typically studied after the tarka saṅgraha.