Milindapa˝ho: Pali - English Bilingual Study Edition

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Lennart Lopin, Dec 11, 2009 - 166 pages
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The Milindapa˝ho or "Questions of Milinda" is a Buddhist text which dates from approximately 100 BCE. It records a dialogue in which the Indo-Greek king Menander I (Milinda in Pali) of Bactria, who reigned in the second century BCE, poses questions on Buddhism to the sage Nagasena.This unique study edition contains the English translation side by side the original Pali text. This allows any reader to casually read the text while improving their fundamental understanding of some of the most important Buddhist concepts through the eyes of the original text and Ven. Nagasenas unmatched witty replies.
 

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Contents

Mahavaggo
7
Addhanavaggo
43
Addhanapa˝ho
67
Vicaravaggo
69
Nibbanavaggo
100
Buddhavaggo
116
Sativaggo
126
Arupadhammavavattanavaggo
137
Milindapanhapucchavisajjana
160
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A Buddhist monk from around 100 BC.

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