NAMARUPA, Categories of Indian Thought, is a journal that seeks to record, illustrate, honor, as well as  comment on the many systems of knowledge, practical and theoretical, that have originated in India. Passed down through the ages, these systems have left tracks, paths already traveled, which can guide us back to the Self    the source of all names [NAMA] and forms [RUPA]NAMARUPA presents articles that shed light on the  incredible array of DARSHANAS, YOGAS and VIDYAS that have evolved over thousands of years in India’s  creatively spiritual minds and hearts. The publishers have created this journal out of a love for the knowledge that it reflects, and desire that its content be presented clearly and inspirationally, but without any particular agenda or sectarian bias. The aim is to permit contributors to present offerings that accurately represent their own traditions, without endorsement or condemnation. Each traditional perspective on reality is like a different branch on a vast tree of knowledge, offering diverse fruits to the discerning reader.

“Just as a big Banyan tree sprouts from a tiny seed, so the wide universe with names & forms sprouts forth from the Heart.” Sri Ramana Maharishi

Publishers & Editors:

Robert Moses and Eddie Stern

Production, images and accounts:

Robert Moses
P.O. Box 271, Dublin, NH 03444
Tel. 603.933.0266
Skype. robertmoses

Editorial, letters and submissions:

Eddie Stern
206 Vanderbilt Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Tel. 646.509.4174


Dr. Robert E. Svoboda


Roberto Maiocchi