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Ancient Buddhist Monasteries: India and Nepal

S. Gajrani (Author)
Synopsis The theme deals with the spread of Buddhism and its influence on the people of Nepal and India. Indeed Buddha’s philosophy of life traveled fast in Nepal, India and several other countries of our continent. His disciples who led the life of austerity and utter simplicity inaugurated a chain of monasteries which became the centres of Buddhism. These monasteries attracted several people in Nepal, India and elsewhere. The disciples of Lord Buddha greatly influenced the rulers and the ruled and thus there was a large scale of conversion of people to Buddhism. In fact this process continued for a long time. The volume would be useful for teachers, scholars and students interested in the Philosophy of Buddhism.
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About the author

S. Gajrani

Prof. Shiv Gajrani, PG with Doctrate in History, has taught History and Philosophy as head of department to PG students. He attended several national and international history conferences; is member of many History Societies and submitted project reports on culture, politics and nationalism. By adding findings of his research, the author has kept the agenda for college students, teachers, research scholars, historians, trusts and religious persons in sight. Indices of Volumes are their subject dictionary. He has not left out essential sidelines to bring out a reference.

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Bibliographic information

Title Ancient Buddhist Monasteries: India and Nepal
Author S. Gajrani
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1998
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 818516391X
length x+211p., Plates; References; Appendices; Index; 23cm.