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VedasEdit

  • Rg Veda
  • Sama Veda
  • Yajur Veda
    • Krishna Yajur Veda
    • Shukla Yajur Veda
  • Atharva Veda


SamhitasEdit

  • Ashtavakra Gita
  • Bhrigu Samhita
  • Brahma Samhita
  • Deva Samhita
  • Garga Samhita
  • Kashyap Samhita
  • Shiva Samhita
  • Yogayajnavalkya Samhita

BrahmanasEdit

AranyakasEdit

UpanishadsEdit

  • 108 Canonical Muktika Upanishads
    • RIG-VEDIC:
      • 1. Aitareya Upanishad
      • 2. Aksha-Malika Upanishad
      • 3. Atma-Bodha Upanishad
      • 4. Bahvricha Upanishad
      • 5. Kaushitaki-Brahmana Upanishad
      • 6. Mudgala Upanishad
      • 7. Nada-Bindu Upanishad
      • 8. Nirvana Upanishad
      • 9. Saubhagya-Lakshmi Upanishad
      • 10. Tripura Upanishad
    • SUKLA-YAJUR-VEDIC:
      • 11. Adhyatma Upanishad
      • 12. Advaya-Taraka Upanishad
      • 13. Bhikshuka Upanishad
      • 14. Brihadaranyaka Upanishad
      • 15. Hamsa Upanishad
      • 16. Isavasya Upanishad
      • 17. Jabala Upanishad
      • 18. Mandala-Brahmana Upanishad
      • 19. Mantrika Upanishad
      • 20. Muktika Upanishad
      • 21. Niralamba Upanishad
      • 22. Paingala Upanishad
      • 23. Paramahamsa Upanishad
      • 24. Satyayaniya Upanishad
      • 25. Subala Upanishad
      • 26. Tara-Sara Upanishad
      • 27. Trisikhi-Brahmana Upanishad
      • 28. Turiyatita-Avadhuta Upanishad
      • 29. Yajnavalkya Upanishad
    • KRISHNA-YAJUR-VEDIC:
      • 30. Akshi Upanishad
      • 31. Amrita-Bindhu Upanishad
      • 32. Amrita-Nada Upanishad
      • 33. Avadhuta Upanishad
      • 34. Brahma-Vidya Upanishad
      • 35. Brahma Upanishad
      • 36. Dakshinamurti Upanishad
      • 37. Dhyana-Bindu Upanishad
      • 38. Ekakshara Upanishad
      • 39. Garbha Upanishad
      • 40. Kaivalya Upanishad
      • 41. Kalagni-Rudra Upanishad
      • 42. Kali-Santarana Upanishad
      • 43. Katha Upanishad
      • 44. Katharudra Upanishad
      • 45. Kshurika Upanishad
      • 46. Maha-Narayana (or) Yajniki Upanishad
      • 47. Pancha-Brahma Upanishad
      • 48. Pranagnihotra Upanishad
      • 49. Rudra-Hridaya Upanishad
      • 50. Sarasvati-Rahasya Upanishad
      • 51. Sariraka Upanishad
      • 52. Sarva-Sara Upanishad
      • 53. Skanda Upanishad
      • 54. Suka-Rahasya Upanishad
      • 55. Svetasvatara Upanishad
      • 56. Taittiriya Upanishad
      • 57. Tejo-Bindu Upanishad
      • 58. Varaha Upanishad
      • 59. Yoga-Kundalini Upanishad
      • 60. Yoga-Sikha Upanishad
      • 61. Yoga-Tattva Upanishad
    • SAMA-VEDIC:
      • 62. Aruni Upanishad
      • 63. Avyakta Upanishad
      • 64. Chandogya Upanishad
      • 65. Darsana Upanishad
      • 66. Jabali Upanishad
      • 67. Kena Upanishad
      • 68. Kundika Upanishad
      • 69. Maha Upanishad
      • 70. Maitrayani Upanishad
      • 71. Maitreya Upanishad
      • 72. Rudraksha-Jabala Upanishad
      • 73. Sannyasa Upanishad
      • 74. Savitri Upanishad
      • 75. Vajrasuchika Upanishad
      • 76. Vasudeva Upanishad
      • 77. Yoga-Chudamani Upanishad
    • ATHARVA-VEDIC:
      • 78. Annapurna Upanishad
      • 79. Atharvasikha Upanishad
      • 80. Atharvasiras Upanishad
      • 81. Atma Upanishad
      • 82. Bhasma-Jabala Upanishad
      • 83. Bhavana Upanishad
      • 84. Brihad-Jabala Upanishad
      • 85. Dattatreya Upanishad
      • 86. Devi Upanishad
      • 87. Ganapati Upanishad
      • 88. Garuda Upanishad
      • 89. Gopala-Tapaniya Upanishad
      • 90. Hayagriva Upanishad
      • 91. Krishna Upanishad
      • 92. Maha-Vakya Upanishad
      • 93. Mandukya Upanishad
      • 94. Mundaka Upanishad
      • 95. Narada-Parivrajaka Upanishad
      • 96. Nrisimha-Tapaniya Upanishad
      • 97. Para-Brahma Upanishad
      • 98. Paramahamsa-Parivrajaka Upanishad
      • 99. Pasupata-Brahmana Upanishad
      • 100. Prasna Upanishad
      • 101. Rama-Rahasya Upanishad
      • 102. Rama-Tapaniya Upanishad
      • 103. Sandilya Upanishad
      • 104. Sarabha Upanishad
      • 105. Sita Upanishad
      • 106. Surya Upanishad
      • 107. Tripadvibhuti-Mahanarayana Upanishad
      • 108. Tripura-Tapini Upanishad
    • 10 Mukhya (Principal) Upanishads
1. Īṣa, (ŚYV) "The Inner Ruler"
  2. Kena (SV) "Who moves the world?"
  3. Kaṭha (KYV) "Death as Teacher"
  4. Praṣna, (AV) "The Breath of Life"
  5. Muṇḍaka (AV) "Two modes of Knowing"
  6. Māṇḍūkya (AV) "Consciousness and its phases"
  7. Taittirīya (KYV) "From Food to Joy"
  8. Aitareya, (ṚV) "The Microcosm of Man"
  9. Chāndogya (SV) "Song and Sacrifice"
 10. Bṛhadāraṇyaka (ŚYV) "The great forest teachings"

UpavedasEdit

VedangasEdit

  • Shiksha (phonetics)
  • Chandas (metrics)
  • Vyakarana (grammar)
  • Ashtadhyayi (Pāṇini), discussing grammar
  • Nirukta (etymology)
  • Jyotisha (astrology)
  • Kalpa (ritual)
  • Srauta Sutras, performance of sacrifices
  • Smarta Sutras
  • Grhya Sutras, covering domestic life
  • Samayacarika or Dharma Sutras
  • Sulba Sutras, architecture of sacrificial area

Agamas/TantrasEdit

Shaiva Agamas (Agamas adoring Shiva as supreme god)

  • 18 Rudra Agamas
    • 1) Vijaya
    • 2) Nihshvasa
    • 3) Svayambhuva
    • 4) Anala
    • 5) Vira (Bhadra)
    • 6) Raurava
    • 7) Makuta
    • 8) Vimala
    • 9) Chandrajnana (or Chandrahasa)
    • 10) Mukhabimba (or Bimba)
    • 11) Prodgita (or Udgita)
    • 12) Lalita
    • 13) Siddha
    • 14) Santana
    • 15) Sarvokta (Narasimha)
    • 16) Parameshvara
    • 17) Kirana
    • 18) Vatula (or Parahita)
  • 10 Shiva Agamas
    • 1) Kamika
    • 2) Yogaja
    • 3) Chintya
    • 4) Karana
    • 5) Ajita
    • 6) Dipta
    • 7) Sukshma
    • 8) Sahasraka
    • 9) Amshumat
    • 10) Suprabheda
  • 64 Bhairava Agamas
  • 208 Upagamas of Shaiva Siddhanta
  • 327 Upagamas of Kashmir Shaivism

Vaishnava Agamas (Agamas adoring Vishnu as supreme god)

  • Pancharatra Samhitas (Focuses on image worship)
  • Vaikhanasas Samhitas (Focuses on ritual and sacrifice)

Shakta Tantras (Tantras adoring Shakti as supreme god)

  • Shaktisangama Tantra
  • Kaulajnana-nirnaya Tantra
  • Manthanabhairava Tantra

8 Yamalas:

  • Rudra
  • Kanda (Skanda)
  • Brahma
  • Vishnu
  • Yama
  • Vayu
  • Kuvera
  • Indra

Currently Unclassified

  • Kaulajnananirnaya Tantra
  • Mahavidya Tantra
    Brahma Yamala
    Jayadratha Yamala
    Kaulajnana Nirnaya
    Kubjikamata
    Malinivijayottara Tantra
    Netra Tantra
    Tantrasadbhava
    Kalivilasa Tantra
    Kumari Tantra
    Lakshmi Tantra
    Niruttara Tantra
    Nila Tantra
    Tantraloka
    Gupta-Sadhana Tantra
    Mahachinacara Tantra
    Tantraraja Tantra
    Manthanabhairava Tantra
    Yoginihridaya Tantra
    Parasurama-kalpa Sutra
    Kulacudamani Tantra
    Kularnava Tantra
    Rudrayamala Tantra
    Saradatilaka
    Kali Tantra
    Kamakhya Tantra
    Kamaratna Tantra
    Yogini Tantra
    Kaulavali Nirnaya Tantra
    Mahanirvana Tantra
    Yoni Tantra

Dharma ShastrasEdit

PuranasEdit

  • Mahapuranas
    • Shiva Puranas
      • Shiva Purana
      • Linga Purana
      • Skanda Purana
      • Agni Purana
      • Vāyu Purana
    • Brahma Puranas
      • Brahma Purana
      • Brahmānda Purana
      • Brahma Vaivarta Purana
      • Mārkandeya Purana
      • Bhavishya Purana
    • Vishnu Puranas
      • Vishnu Purana
      • Bhagavata Purana
      • Nāradeya Purana
      • Garuda Purana
      • Padma Purana
      • Varaha Purana
      • Vāmana Purana
      • Kūrma Purana
      • Matsya Purana
      • Kalki Purana
  • Upapuranas
    • Sanat-kumara
    • Narasimha
    • Brihan-naradiya
    • Siva-rahasya
    • Durvasa
    • Kapila
    • Vamana
    • Bhargava
    • Varuna
    • Kalika
    • Samba
    • Nandi
    • Surya
    • Parasara
    • Vasishtha
    • Devi-Bhagavata
    • Ganesha
    • Mudgala
    • Hamsa


ItihasasEdit

  • Mahabharata
    • Bhagavad gita
    • Anu gita
  • Ramayana

GitasEdit

  • Ashtavakra Gita
  • Gita Govinda

Smriti CanonEdit

  • Manu Smriti
  • Yajnavalkya Smriti
  • Parasara Smriti
  • Vishnu Smriti
  • Daksha Smriti
  • Samvarta Smriti
  • Vyasa Smriti
  • Harita Smriti
  • Satatapa Smriti
  • Vasishtha Smriti
  • Yama Smriti
  • Apastamba Smriti
  • Gautama Smriti
  • Devala Smriti
  • Sankha-Likhita Smriti
  • Usana Smriti
  • Atri Smriti
  • Saunaka Smriti



Darsana Texts (Texts pertaining to the six schools of Hindu Philosophy)Edit

Yoga

  • Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

Nyaya

  • Nyaya Sutras

Vaisheshika

  • Vaishesika Sutra

Purva Mimamsa

  • Purva Mimamsa Sutras

Vedanta

  • Brahma Sudras of Vyasa
  • Yoga Vasishtha

Samkhya

  • Samkhyapravachana Sutra
    • Sāṁkhyapravacana bhāṣya (Vijnanabhikhsu)
    • Kāpilasāṁkhyapravacanasūtravṛtti (Aniruddha)
    • Sāṁkhyapravacanasūtravṛttisāra (Mahadeva)

    • Laghusāṁkhyasūtravṛtti (Nagesa)
  • Samkhyakarika (Oldest text on Samkhya philosophy, written by Ishvarakrishna.)
    • Commentary by Gaudapada


Key for above:

Sutras (A Sutra or an aphorism is a short formula with the least possible number of letters, without any ambiguity or doubtful assertion, containing the very essence, embracing all meanings, without any stop or obstruction. These constitute the main categorical quality, with types of commentaries nested beneath).

Bhasyas (A Bhashya is an elaborate exposition, a commentary on the Sutras, with word by word meaning of the aphoristic precepts, their running translation, together with the individual views of the commentator or the Bhashyakara.)

Vrittis (A Vritti is a short gloss explaining the aphorisms in a more elaborate way, but not as extensively as a Bhashya)

Vartikkas (A Varttika is a work where a critical study is made of that which is said and left unsaid or imperfectly said in a Bhashya, and the ways of making it perfect by supplying the omissions therein, are given)

Vyakhyanas or Tikas (A Vyakhyana is a running explanation in an easier language of what is said in the original, with little elucidations here and there. Tika is another name for the same.)

Tippanis (A Tippani is just like a Vritti, but is less orthodox than the Vritti. It is an explanation of difficult words or phrases occurring in the original.)

Prakarana Grantha (Philsophical Treatise)

Stotra (A Stotra is a divine hymm)

SutrasEdit

Shiva Sutras of Vasugupta (Foundational text of Kashmir Shaivism)

Spanda Karikas

Bhasyas (Commentaries)Edit

Bhagavad Gita

  • Dnyaneshwari (Dnyaneshwar's commentary on the Bhagavad Gita)
  • Shankara Bhashya (Shankaracharya's commentary on the Bhagavad Gita)
  • Bhagavadgītārtha-saṃgraha of Abhinavagupta (unique version of BG)

ArthasamgrahasEdit

TikasEdit

Other/UnclassifiedEdit

Tevaram

Tiruvachakam

Thirukurral by Thiruvalluvvar

Amritanubhav by Dnyaneshwar

Tripura Rahasya

Shiva Rahasya

Vishnu Sahasranama

Lalita Sahasranama

Yoga Vasista Sara

Kaivalya Navaneetam

Advaita Bodha Deepika

Ellam Ondre

Narada Bhakti sutra

Nalayira Divya Brabandha

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