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Gotama The Buddha : Son Of Earth


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  • ISBN-13 :9788193341551
  • ISBN-10 :8193341554
  • Language :English
  • Binding :Paperback
  • Publisher :Embassy Books
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  • ISBN-13 :9788193341551
  • ISBN-10 :8193341554
  • Language :English
  • Binding :Paperback
  • Publisher :Embassy Books
  • Author :A.H.Shalunkhe/ Dhananjay Chavan
  • Number of Pages :608
  • Year of Publishing :2017
  • Edition : 1
  • SUPC: SDL376106822

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A book not only for every follower of the Buddha around the world but also for every Indian who wants to understand the Buddha. This book is a study with a heart but one where reason is allowed to be free. In any study of the historical Buddha there are two major obstacles to confront. Firstly, there are the systematic prejudices that developed against him through the centuries in his own country. Secondly, some of the fantastic myths associated with him can give pause to a modern man of science. As this book shows, however, these hurdles can be readily surmounted. This is done by responding to the Buddhas famous exhortation to "come and see". Rather than accept the Buddha blindly, the book invites readers to simply open their hearts and minds enough to examine him in a fair manner. Though the author uses the Tipitaka as his primary authority, he does not tie himself to any particular tradition. The Buddhas universal teaching came out of the Indian subcontinents agrarian culture. He was firmly rooted in this world and not in any heavenly realms. The book takes the reader on a journey into the life and the teachings of this Son of Earthan extraordinary human being who offered his fellow humans a timeless road map to a happy life. The book also raises questions that will hopefully help to foster healthy dialogue, in the true spirit in which the Buddha wanted others to look at and follow his teaching.

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