A History of Indian Buddhism: From Śākyamuni to Early Mahāyāna, Issue 36
This comprehensive and detailed survey of the first six centuries of Indian Buddhism sums up the results of a lifetime of research and reflection by one of Japan's most renowned scholars of Buddhism.
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Indian Religion at the Time of the Buddha
The Life of the Buddha
Early Buddhist Doctrine
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abhidharma Abhidharmakosa According Agamas Amitabha arhat Asoka attained enlightenment biography bodhisattva Buddha Buddha's death Buddhahood Buddhist order called canon cause central India century c.e. chapter Chinese translation classified compiled concerning consciousness defilements Dependent Origination developed dharmas dhism dhist disciples discussed dynasty Early Buddhist Early Mahayana edicts existence five Four Noble Truths functions Hirakawa Hlnayana included Indian Buddhism inscriptions karma King later lineage literature Lokaksema Lotus Sutra Mahakasyapa Mahasarighika School Mahayana Buddhism Mahayana scriptures Mahayana texts Manjusri Mathura meditation mental faculties mind monastery monastic monks Nikaya Buddhism nirvana Pali path perfection of wisdom person practitioner preached precepts realized rebirth refers reign Religion religious practice Sakyamuni Sanskrit Sanskrit texts Sarvastivadin Sarvastivadin School Sautrantika schisms scholars schools of Nikaya second century b.c.e. six perfections sources Sri Lankan chronicles stages Sthavira stream-entrant stupa teachings term Theravada Theravada School Tibetan tion tradition twelve links types unconditioned dharmas vinaya