By Har Dayal
This paintings contains 7 chapters that take care of the Bodhisattva doctrine as expounded within the precept Buddhist Sanskrit literature. bankruptcy 1 describes the character of the Bodhisattva doctrine with specific pressure at the certain features of arhat, bodhisattva and sravaka. bankruptcy 2 recounts different components together with the effect of Persian religio-cult, Greek artwork and Christian ethics that contributed to the increase and progress of the Bodhisattva doctrine. bankruptcy three expounds the construction of the concept of Enlightenment for the welfare and liberation of all creatures. bankruptcy four describes 37 practices and ideas conducive to the attainment of Enlightenment. bankruptcy five explains the ten perfections (Paramitas) that bring about welfare, rebirth, serenity, religious cultivation and ultimate wisdom. bankruptcy 6 states assorted levels of religious development within the aspirant's lengthy trip to the target of ultimate emancipation. bankruptcy 7 relates the occasions of Gautama Buddha's previous lives as Bodhisattva. Lucidly written, it comprises finished notes and references in addition to a common index.
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The Bodhisattva Doctrine in Buddhist Sanskrit Literature by Har Dayal