Buddhism, Reincarnation, and Dalai Lamas of Tibet

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APH Publishing, Jan 1, 1998 - Dalai Lamas - 236 pages
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Tibetan Buddhist theory of reincarnation based on the system of recognizing the Dalai Lamas.
  

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On p. 100 of this book there is material from Shakabpa's "Tibet: A Political History" (p. 45) that is not properly attributed, and then immediately after that another passage from Shakabpa (p. 100) has also been lifted. This book is also littered with misprints and typos. This author is a very shabby and dishonest writer.
Nick Gier, Professor Emeritus, University of Idaho
 

Contents

Introduction
1
Tracing the Tulku
11
The Suffering Flame
25
A Change in Continuity
37
The Divine Incarnate
45
Sikhism Buddhism
53
The First
65
The Second
77
The Third
85
The Fourth
95
The Sixth
109
The Seventh
115
The Eighth
121
The Ninth
127
The Eleventh
135
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