An offering in deep learning that extends courses on some of the greatest ancient and contemporary philosophers (draṣṭās) and schools of thoughts (darśanas).
What ultimately differentiates a culture are its ways of looking and seeing. How we see ourselves and the world is extremely important to our identity and to the way the world perceives us. But to Hindu civilization seeing was not merely a physical act of looking at saṃsāra using our external eyes. The focus of our civilization was as much on our internal journey.
This anchor was sādhanā, done under the guidance and grace of a guru. A purely intellectual civilization is anchorless. In order to have an opinion on saṃsāra one needs a world to look at and a worldview to look from – dṛśya and darśana.