Indian Philosophy forms the 50% part of Paper 1 of Philosophy optional in civil services. Given below are the philosophy articles which will surely help you to get a good grasp of Indian Philosophy.
Jainism & Buddhism Form the Heterodox Schools (nastika) of Indian Philosophy which defied the authority of Vedas; and took the more pragmatic & rational view of human life.
6 Indian Philosophy Schools which believed in authority of Vedas were termed as astika (orthodox) schools – Nyaya, Vaishesika, Yoga, Samkhya, Mimamsa & Vedanata – Vedic system of thoughts. Vedic School itself consist of the several school of thoughts like Samkara School, Ramanuja School, Madhva School etc.
- Samkhya Philosophy
- Yoga School Philosophy – (Neo Samkhya)
- Nyaya School Philosophy
- Vaisheshika School Philosophy
- Charvaka Philosophy
- Mimamsa Philosophy
- Vedanta Philosophy – Shankaracharya, Ramanuja
- Vedanta Philosophy – Madhavacharya Dvaitvada
Aurobindo Ghosh Philosophy in Indian Philosophy system mainly is the integration of all Indian & Western school of thoughts; which he propounded in his Philosophy of Integral Yoga.