Religions of Tibet in Practice
Donald S. Lopez
Princeton University Press, 2007 - Religion - 421 pages
Originally published in 1997, Religions of Tibet in Practice is a landmark work--the first major anthology on the topic ever produced. This new edition--abridged to further facilitate course use--presents a stunning array of works that together offer an unparalleled view of the Tibetan religious landscape over the centuries.
Organized thematically, the twenty-eight chapters are testimony to the vast scope of religious practice in the Tibetan world, past and present. Religions of Tibet in Practice remains a work of great value to scholars, students, and general readers.
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As the title implies, this is an presentation of the rites and rituals of Tibetan religion rather than a collection of philosophical texts. Each chapter begins with an exegesis of a text along with an ... Read full review
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Accounts of Time and Place
The Royal Way of Supreme Compassion Matthew Kapstein
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