Mahāyāna Buddhism

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Bharatiya Kala Prakashan, 2003 - Buddhism - 310 pages
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In This Book The Author Has Extensively Used All The Literary Philosophical And Epigraphic Sources Available On Mahayana Buddhism And Analysed Them With Much Througness. The Book Is An Excellent Piece Of Outstanding Work Of Author Consisting Of Detailed And Dependable Account Of Various Historical Events Relating To The Growth And Development Of Philosophy And Doctrines Of Buddhism In General And Mahayana In Particular Propagated And Flourished In India And Abroad From The Reign At The Great Buddhist King Ashoka. The Comparision Of Important And Essential Aspects Of Mahayana And Hinayana With Specia Reference To The Advance Stages Of Arhat And Bodhi-Sattva Undertook By The Author Are Quite Magnificient And Appreciable. Besides, The Concepts Of Nirvana, Parinirvana And Buddhahood, The Truths And The Absolute Enshrined In Chapter-Vi, Vii And Viii Respectively Of The Book Are Marvelous And Will Be Helpful To Those Who Are Determined To Attain The Excellence In The Stream Of Buddhism.

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Political and Cultural Background
Mahayanic Traces in the Nikayas
Three Main Phases of Buddhism

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