- Mīmāṃsā - kośa records
is in 2 parts much like yin and yang
1 Bliz Nochi - Kalabhairava Ashtakam
2 Yair Albeg Wein - Nandi Hills
3 Abbesses - Darjeeling
4 Tolga Maktay - Kundalini
5 Planet Caravan- Agdal
6 Jose Solano - Dharma
7 VINZOO - RAoNI
8 Electronica Massiva - Phanoman & Mozkai - Gazel (Edit)
1 Degman - Şindi
2 Passierschein A38 - The Art of Complaining
3 Jose Solano - Ganesha
4 Jack Essek - Sema (original Mix)
5 Miqou - Vedanta
6 Einida Eleven - Om Ram Ramya Swaha
7 KELLIE SAKKAKU - Varanasi Skies
8 Chöko Aba - Hoshun
Mīmāṃsā is a Sanskrit word that means "reflection" or "critical investigation" and thus refers to a tradition of brahminical thought which reflected on the meanings of certain Vedic texts.
This tradition is also known as Pūrva-Mīmāṃsā because of its focus on the earlier (pūrva) Vedic texts dealing with ritual actions, and similarly as Karma-Mīmāṃsā due to its focus on ritual action (karma). It is one of six Vedic "affirming" (āstika) schools of Hinduism.
This particular school is known for its philosophical theories on the nature of dharma, based on hermeneutics of the Vedas, especially the Brāḥmanas and Saṃhitas.
The Mīmāṃsā school was foundational and influential for the vedāntic schools, which were also known as Uttara-Mīmāṃsā for their focus on the "later" (uttara) portions of the Vedas, the Upaniṣads. While both "earlier" and "later" Mīmāṃsā investigate the aim of human action, they do so with different attitudes towards the necessity of ritual praxis