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The Life of Gautama Buddha

 
N C Panda (Author)
Synopsis Buddhism is undoutedly one of the oldest system of indian philosophy.The life of gutama buddha,the founder of buddhism,is fairly well known.Lord buddh's moral teachings have a great importance today for the common people to live in peace &to maintain unity & brotherhood in the society.The aim of this work is to furnish different ideas & conceptions found in pali canons,presenting them to the english readers of buddhist thought,as the work contains the original pali text(buddha-vacana)along with its english translation.
The book is divided in to twelve chapters.
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N C Panda

Nrusingh Charan Panda is the 1929 born Scientist Emeritus having retired from the Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology, Bhubaneswar, as Professor and Dean of the Veterianary Faculty. Notwithstanding his specialization in Nutritional Biochemistry, with M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees of the University of Missouri, Columbia, USA, Dr. Panda is essentially a versatile personality, combining in him the endowments of a scientist, a Sanskritist, a philosopher, a psychologist, a litterateur, a yogi and a Tantrist. His achievements have been recognized, at different times, with a number of prestigious awards in both science and literature. Internationally reputed for his scientific interpretations of Vedic literature, Professor Panda has also authored a number of widely acclaimed books like Maya in Physics, The Vibrating Universe, Mind and Supermind (2 Vols.) and Cyclic Universe (2 Vols.). His is truly the integral, synthetic, holistic approach.

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Title The Life of Gautama Buddha
Author N C Panda
Format Hardcover
Date published: 18.10.2010
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788180902628
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