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Buddhist-Art, History and Culture

D C Ahir (Editor)
Synopsis The late Dr. Lal Mani Joshi (1935-1984) was an eminent Buddhist scholar. He has authored many books and contributed articles to various journals. The present books contains his selected articles published in scholarly journals in India and abroad. They deals with Life and Times of the Madhyamika Philosopher Nagarjuna; Modernity of Buddha’s Gospel; True Buddhism; Buddhist Principle of Non-Egoity; Aspects of Buddhism in Ancient Indian Culture; The Concept of Dharma in Buddhism; The Mind and the mere Mind in Buddhism; Faith and Devotion in Buddhism; Buddhist Tradition and Guru Nanak: Aspects of Absolute Reality; Modernity of Ancient Buddhism; The Way to Nirvana according to the Dhammapada; Buddhist Contribution to Art and Architecture; Aspects of Buddhism in Indian History; and Santideva’s Siksasamuccaya-Karikas.
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About the author

D C Ahir

D.C. Ahir (born 1928, Punjab) is a reputed scholar of Buddhist studies, and has made notable contribution to the history of Buddhism during the last 42 years. He retired as Director to the Government of India in February 1986, and since then is fully engaged in enriching literature. He already has more than forty published works to his credit, besides numerous articles on Buddhism. In appreciation of his noble and notable contribution to the Buddhist Literature as a Distinguished Scholarand Author, the Maha Bodhi Society of India, Sarnath conferred on him on 30 November 2001 the Honorary Title of Buddha Sahitya Shiromani.

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Title Buddhist-Art, History and Culture
Author D C Ahir
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170307996
length viii+198p., Notes; Bibliography; 23cm.