Buddhism and Indian Civilization

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R.K. Pruthi
Discovery Publishing House, 2004 - Buddhism - 289 pages
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Indian civilization and culture is not only ancient but is also extensive and varied. Many races and peoples have contributed and enriched it. Its key not is synthesis on the basis of eternal values. Thus the foundations of the two great ideals of Indian civilization synthesis of cultures and spiritual regeneration of man have been truly laid, on which future structure of India s culture and civilization has been raised. Contents: Life of Buddha, Buddhism, Buddhist Thought, Buddhist Ethics, The Doctrines of Buddhism, Buddhism Persecuted, Theravada Buddhism, The Buddhist Doctrine of Karma and Development of Indian Civilization, Contribution of Buddhism to Art, Some Saying of The Buddha, The Stability of Societies.
 

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Contents

Life of Buddha
1
Buddhism
8
Buddhist Thought
36
Buddhist Ethics
44
The Doctrines of Buddhism
73
Buddhism Persecuted
83
Theravada Buddhism
100
The Buddhist Doctrine of Karma and
160
Contribution of Buddhism to Art
180
Some Sayings of the Buddha
189
The Stability of Societies
207
Chronology
240
Glossary
245
Bibliography
285
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