[INDOLOGY] mīmāṃsā

patrick mccartney psdmccartney at gmail.com
Tue Sep 20 03:45:37 UTC 2016

Dear Friends,

I find myself intrigued by the idea that there are people today compelled
to carry on the karmakāṇḑa rituals.

I read a brief passage that alludes to the mīmāṃsā thought-world as
providing textual evidence and injunctions for this practice of reenacting
scriptural commandments, which were originally meant for a group of people
in a different time and place. However, it only mentions mīmāṃsā and does
not mention any specific author or text.

I would like to read this text but, as I know very little about mīmāṃsā I
do not really know where to start. I thought I might find some help here in
locating the passages I seek.

Thank you for your help.

All the best,

Patrick McCartney, PhD
School of Culture, History & Language
College of the Asia-Pacific
The Australian National University
Canberra, Australia, 0200

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