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thai_cambodian_art.pdfThai-Cambodian Culture - Relationship through Arts1077 viewsThailand and Cambodia are very close neighbours with common borders and cultural relations. The Thai people received and adopted some arts and culture from ancient Cambodia. The pre-Thai scripts and spoken words were adopted from Khmer native language. The development of Cambodian arts can be seen in the Thai art of the Lopburi period (11th to 15th century A.D.) It was occupied by the Khmers and as such the art of this period is known locally as Khmer art which deals with Mahayana elements.Jan 04, 2016
life_of_tha_buddha.pdfLife of the Buddha in Gandhara Art1365 viewsThe tradition of Grandhara Art is the birthplace of many strands of Buddhist art and sculpture. Historically, it is in the Gandhara tradition – now in what is Pakistan - that the Buddha came to be represented first as a person. Prior to this, the Enlightened Buddha was symbolized in art and sculpture either through foot-prints or through a stylized Bodhi Tree. The personal representations of the Buddha originated probably through the inspiration derived from the Hellenistic tradition. In numerous bas-reliefs and friezes, phases of the Buddha’s life are elaborately depicted.Jan 04, 2016
Between_The_Lines_Vol2_By_Sylvia_Bay_2015.pdfBetween The Lines (Volume 2) An analytical appreciation of the Buddha's Life 2776 viewsThis book seeks to bring the historical Buddha back into the popular psyche. That story is as intriguing, and is perhaps even more inspiring than the best fantasy story that had ever been woven.Sep 12, 2015
Anapanasati_appreciation.pdfAnapanasati Sutra Appreciation (MN 118)2525 viewsFulfilling Awareness of the Breath Meditation

This is a concise and straightforward appreciation of the Anapanasati Sutta (MN 118). What makes this appreciation different is the emphasis on personal meditative insight leading to deepening wisdom through practical meditation instruction.
Sep 12, 2015
The_Eight_Discernments_of_Eminent_Men_Sutra.pdfThe Eight Discernments of Eminent Men Sutra2746 viewsA new translation of the 佛說八大人覺經 (commonly known as the Eight realizations of Great Beings Sutra), with added commentary from the Pureland perspective.Jan 23, 2015
MEDITATE_365.pdfMEDITATE 365 3719 viewsBrother Pho Quan has made a detailed meditation offering, covering the entire spectrum of Buddhist practice from beginners to full wisdom. Following Insight Meditation as detailed in the Theravada Pali Canon, a guided meditation per day is shared over an entire year.

The book is in a PDF file format with 12 chapters covering the 12 months of the year. With each month a particular Buddhist theme is highlighted (i.e. impermanence, non-self, the Four Noble Truths, Conditions Arising, etc.). At the left side bar of the eBook page as well as the table of contents are links taking the reader to each monthly themed section of meditations.
Jan 12, 2015
the_pali_canon_what_a_buddhist_must_know~0.pdfThe Pali Canon: What a Buddhist Must Know1812 viewsNov 24, 2014
toward_sustainable_science_a_buddhist_look_at_trend_in_scientific_development.pdfToward Sustainable Science: A Buddhist Look at Trend in Scientific Development.1273 viewsNov 24, 2014
vision_of_the_dhamma_a_collection_of_buddhist_writings_in_english.pdfVision of the Dhamma: A Collection of Buddhist Writings in English1441 viewsNov 24, 2014
sammasati_an_exposition_of_right_mindfulness.pdfSammasati: An Exposition of Right Mindfulness.1561 viewsNov 24, 2014
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