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Animals in Early Buddhism

Arvind Kumar Singh (Author)

Buddhism is a religion of Compassion and Philosophy of Being and Existence. Animal does occupy an important position in Buddhism. Animal maintains a delicate balance between delicate balance between eschatology and utopia on which depends the very survival of mankind. The book deals with this complex problem from Buddhist philosophical perspective. The examination and analysis of this complex problem reveals and unfolds the new religion philosophical dimensions of animal world and its profound relation with being and existence. According to Buddhism, animal does from Buddha nature. This book highlights the sotoreological and sacradotal value and importance of animal world. This is original and profound work on this subject.

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About the author

Arvind Kumar Singh

Arvind Kumar Singh spent his early life in the spiritual ambience of Bodh-Gaya. He received his schooling their. He did his Graduation in History (Hons.) from Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi. He did his M.A. & M.Phil. from Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi. He was awarded Ph.D. degree of University of Delhi. He has presented his research papers at the National and International Conferences. Currently he is teaching at the Department of Buddhist Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi.

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Title Animals in Early Buddhism
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2006
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788178540948
length 192p., 9.0 Inch X 6.0 inch