Buddhism and Indian Civilization
Discovery Publishing House, 2004 - Buddhism - 289 pages
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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Life of Buddha
The Doctrines of Buddhism
The Buddhist Doctrine of Karma and
Abhidharma according Aggivessana Amitabha Arhat arising Ariyan Truth arose ascetics Ashoka asked Atman attained Avatamsaka Sutra become Bhikkhus birth Bodhisattva body brahmans breath brethren brother abides Buddha called caste century Chinese consciousness Contemplation craving death deeds desire devas Dhammapada Dharma disciples doctrine of karma Enlightenment Ethics evil Exalted existence feeling five four Four Noble Truths Gods Gotama happiness Hinayana Hindu homeless human Ibid Indian inscriptions Kanishka karma King living Lord Lotus Mahasanghika Mahayana Buddhism Majesty means meditation mental mind monks moral Nagasena Nibbana Nikaya Nirvana Noble Truths Norm original painful Pali path Paticcasamuppada perfect person philosophy practice prayascitta Pure Land Rahula realm rebirth reborn regard religion Right Righteousness robes Sammitiya Sanskrit Sariputta Sarvastivada Sautrantika scriptures sects sorrow soul Sthaviravada stupa suffering Sutra Tathagata teacher teaching term Theravada things thought tradition transmigration Vinaya virtues wisdom words Yama