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The Immortal Buddha's Path to Liberation: A Comparative Introduction

B.K. Narayan (Author) Rajeev Sawhney (Author)
Synopsis All religions are within bounds as long as they are used to glorify human divinity. These are disastrous if used to promote hatred and conflict among mankind. The religion of humanity is above everything. Man came first and then the religions. Religion was made for the man and not the man for religion. The Man-God Buddha’s unprecedented sacrifice and saga was to show the part of liberation to the suffering humanity. He avoided doctrinaire discussions and intellectual sophistication that failed to provide a way out of sufferings and instead pointed to the over-riding need for the purity of intentions in ethical and moral behaviour. In answering questions, the Buddha made sure that the answer did not put off the questioner or make him depart from moral behaviour. Rightful living or Dharma was above all. The Blessed One put first things first in the scale of priorities in man’s search for liberation so that he would not waste the limited span of life at his disposal, in futile pursuits.
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About the authors

B.K. Narayan

B.K. Narayan (born 1922) has a wide ranging – army, diplomatic and academic – background. He is a linguist who has traveled widely, interviewed several leading public figures all over the world and authored several books. Among his biographical and philosophical publications are : Anwar al-Sadat – Man with a Mission (1977); The Prophet of Islam: A Flame in the Desert (1978); J.N. Chaudhury – A Military Biography (1978) (with a foreword by Lord Mountbatten); Pan- Islamism (1982); The Philosophy of Yoga (1986 – Published in Arabic in Beirut); A summary of Gits’s Teachings (1993 – in Arabic); Japji Saheb (1994 – an Arabic Translation); Saint Shah Waris Ali and Sai Baba (1996) and The Dialogues of Kabir (1998). He has won worldwide recongnition for his above said publications.

Rajeev Sawhney

Rajeev Sawhney (born 1953) is a leading business magnate and an ardent philanthropist who actively promotes traditions of liberalism and universalism in the esoteric doctrine.

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Title The Immortal Buddha's Path to Liberation: A Comparative Introduction
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8124109141
length 260 p., Figures; Plates (b/w); Bibliography; Index; 23 cm