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bodhic01.pdf
bodhic01.pdfBodhicharyavatara2627 viewsShantideva is representative of the Madhyamika school of Mahayana Buddhism. Shantideva was a king's son from South India. He flourished in the 7th to 8th centuries and was a monk at the monastic university Nalanda. He was the author of two surviving works, the Collection of Rules and Entering the Path of Enlightenment.Jan 01, 1970
pureland.pdf
pureland.pdfPure Land Buddhism2657 viewsThis book presents the teachings and major tenets of the Pure Land school of Buddhism,as seen from the perspective of two major sister schools: Zen and Taien Taai (Lotus School). Further insights,from the viewpoint of a contemporary Pure Land Master are included in the Appendix. The principal teachings of the Pure Land School are summarized for the benefit of readers.Jan 01, 1970
ancientsgrfx.pdf
ancientsgrfx.pdfPopular Deities of Chinese Buddhism3075 viewsThis elementary book on Chinese Buddhism and its more popularly worshipped Deities, has been written for the benefit of Buddhists amongst the Chinese community. Apart from giving a general outline of Buddhism and its entry into China, I have also attempted to provide brief accounts on the important doctrines that the Buddha has taught, prayers that one may recite to the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, how to become a Buddhist, and a number of interesting articles that are related to Chinese Buddhism - Kuan Ming.Jan 01, 1970
miao_yun.pdf
miao_yun.pdfTeachings in Chinese Buddhism2518 viewsVen. Master Yin ShunThe Most Venerable Yin Shun's expertise and writings in Buddhism have been widely acknowledged by Chinese Buddhists this century. The Miao Yun Collection (Teachings in Chinese Buddhism) provides us with important information and a systematic approach to Buddhism. These teachings give us a clear insight into, and a deep understanding of Chinese Mahayana Buddhism. This book also includes a section on the position of the Chinese Tripitaka in World Buddhism.Jan 01, 1970
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