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Though there were doctrinal differences between the Mahayana Buddhism and
the Brahmanical views, still the complexion it assumed for its followers was
nothing new or unheard of in the times. The Mahayana found that it could capture
of saving knowledge, and aims at the salvation of the individual, and refuses to
develop the mystery of nibbana in a positive sense ; the Mahayana lays as much
or greater stress on love, and aims at the salvation of every sentient being, and ...
Page 569. — Cp. Nivrttir api mudhasya pravrttir upajayate Pravrttir api dhirasya
nivrtti-phalabhaginl. Page 572.— See M.B., $&nti P., 320. 36 and 38. Page 576.
— See E.G., v. 23-5. CHAPTER X Page 590. — In the Mahayana, Buddha loses ...
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