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|Statement||translated from the original Pali text of the Dhammapada commentary, by Eugene Watson Burlingame. --|
|Series||Harvard Oriental Series., v. 28-30, UNESCO collection of representative works|
|Contributions||Buddhaghosa, supposed author., Burlingame, Eugene Watson, 1876-1932, tr. & ed., Lanman, Charles Rockwell, 1850-1941, series ed.|
|LC Classifications||BL1411.D6 E52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
|LC Control Number||20027590|
This is a e-book edition of Buddhist Legends: Books 1–26 by Eugene Watson Burlingame. It was originally published as part of the Harvard Oriental Series and is now available in print from the Pali Text Society. The translation is in the public domain, although this e-book edition is strictly for free distribution. The Ashokavadana (Sanskrit: अशोकावदान; IAST: Aśokāvadāna; "Narrative of Ashoka") is an Indian Sanskrit-language text that describes the birth and reign of the Maurya Emperor contains legends as well as historical narratives, and glorifies Ashoka as a Buddhist emperor whose only ambition was to spread Buddhism far and : possibly the Buddhist monks of Mathura region.
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A book of encouragement and inspiration for anyone on the spiritual path by one of America's most popular Buddhist teachers. Sharon Salzberg talks about the inevitable ups and downs of meditation practice, the cultivation of wisdom and compassion, and how to . The Dhammapada commentary is in the main a commilation of Buddhist legends and tales ascribed to Buddhaghosa pt. 1. Introduction; synopses; translation of books 1 and pt. 2. Translation of books 3 to pt. 3. Translation of books 13 to
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Buddhist Legends I,II and III is the most recent reprint of the Harvard Oriental Series Vol. 28, 29 and the English translation by Eugene Watson Burlingame of the Pali Dhammapada Commentary, edited by Prof. Charles Rockwell Lanman. The Dhammapada Commentary is one of the best known commentaries on the stanzas of the Dhammapada.3/5(1).
Buddhist Legends VOL I-III consists of a direct translations from the original Dhammapada Commentary Pali texts. The translations where made by various scholars at Yale University in during and and the work was published in the USA in The collection features hundreds of stories about great saints.
: Buddhist Legends: Vol. II: Vol. II: Translation of Books 3 to 12 (Volume 2) (): Burlingame, Eugene Watson: Books. The book artfully draws together Buddhist scholarship, story-as-teaching, folktales, and myth into what is both an engaging story book and an informative resource, sure to delight and enlighten all by: 4.
The Dhammapada commentary is in the main a compilation of Buddhist legends and tales ascribed to Buddhaghosa. Preview this book» What people are saying Buddhist legends book Write a review. Buddhist Legends, Volume 28 [Buddhaghosa] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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An English translation of this complete translation of the Dhammapada Commentary, which relates many events from the life of the Buddha and his disciples (with an embedded reading of part of the text).
Translated from the original Pāli text of the Dhammapada Commentary by. Buddhist Legends Translated from the original Pāli text of the Dhammapada Commentary by Eugene Watson Burlingame Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; sometime Harrison Fellow for Research, University of Pennsylvania, and Johnston Scholar in Sanskrit, Johns Hopkins University; Lecturer on Pāli () in Yale University Vol.
Buddhist Legends Translated from the original Pāli text of the Dhammapada Commentary by Eugene Watson Burlingame Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; sometime Harrison Fellow for Research, University of Pennsylvania, and Johnston Scholar in Book XXVI.
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Buddhist Legends Translated from the original Pāli text of the Dhammapada Commentary by Eugene Watson Burlingame 4 Cf. Hardy’s Manual of Buddhism, pp. Text: N i. Book III. Thoughts, Citta Vagga - 9. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: The Dhammapada commentary is in the main a compilation of Buddhist legends and tales ascribed to Buddhaghosa.
A highly readable translation of legends from the Tibetan oral tradition. Recounts stories of the masters who embodied various paradigms for psychic and spiritual awakening. There is no better illustration of the nature of Tantric Buddhism than the lives of the masters who founded it/5(9).
Buddhist legends (v. 1) (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, c) Tools: Click here and hold to drag menu around. Search this book. Jump to page: Table of Contents Page Buddhist Legends Home Page Next Story.
Book XXIV. Thirst Or Craving, Taṇhā Vagga. XXIV. The Summum Bonum Cf. Rogers, Buddhaghosha’s Parables, xxiv: ; also the last half of the Kevaḍḍha Sutta, Dīgha, i. translated in the Introduction, § 2 : N iv.
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