Buddhism

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Flame Tree, 2006 - Buddhism - 384 pages
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After originating in India around the fifth century BC and spreading throughout Asia, Buddhism is now a major world religion attracting more and more followers. This beautifully illustrated title – part of a new series celebrating philosophies and civilizations of the world – explores the enlightened message of Buddhism, from Theravada and Mahayana, to Tibetan and Zen.

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'Endless Path: Buddhism' contains the basics of Buddhism, coupled with beautiful pictures. Read full review

Contents

arly Euddhísm
9
шум and Hisívry
11
Uva Message vf Èuddhism
47
Therovodo tife
49
54editotion
68
Mahayana Buddhism
180
Zen Buddhism
277
Euddhism Yfvday
328
Picture Credits
382
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About the author (2006)

John Bowman has been a practising Buddhist for over 20 years. As well as contributing to many books and journals on Buddhism, he has also lectured in psychology. He is currently living in Sri Lanka.

Diane and Jon Sutherland are professional writers. They have written a wide variety of titles, spanning household hints, travel, children’s, true crime, the paranormal, military history and education. They have won several literary prizes, including New York Libraries’ Best of Reference and Booklist Editors’ Choice Award.

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