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The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom
The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom
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From the Jacket

The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom Vol. I, is an Anthology of the selected papers presented in English by the scholars in the First and Second Annual conferences of the Indian Society for Buddhist Studies at Nalanda and Jammu in Aug. 2001 and March 2003 respectively. The Society provides a common academic platform to the researchers and teachers working on various aspects of Buddhist Studies and hence the varieties of articles in the present volume. Efforts have been made to measure literary (Pali, Sanskrit, Chinese, Tibetan, Thai etc.) historical (including general history, art, architecture, archaeology etc.), philosophical, cultural, social and such other perspectives of multifaceted and multicoloured Buddhism in this volume.

About the Author

Prof. Satya Prakash Sharma, President, ISBS and Editor-in Chie is the Chairman, Dept. of Sanskrit, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. It is because of his able and dynamic leadership as well as minute analytical, acumen and keen interest that the present volume has seen the light of day. An erudite scholar of Sanskrit and Pali as well as Indian philosophy and culture, Prof. Sharma and made a respectable place for himself in the world of scholarship.

Dr. Baidyanth Labh, Secretary, ISBS and Editor is indeed the real spirit behind the successful organization of various annual Conferences of the Society and publication of the present volume. Presently working as Reader in the Dept. of Buddhist Studies, University of Jammu, Jammu, Dr. Labh combines in him a blend of serious researcher, dedicated as well as a popular teacher and a visionary in the arena of Buddhist studies.

Dr. Vijay Kr. Singh joint Secretary, ISBS and Co-Editor is the Chairman, Dept. of Chinese and Tibetan, Panjab University Chandigarh. This energetic young scholar has played an exemplary role in popularizing Buddhist Studies in general and Tibetan Buddhism in particular. It is mainly because of his innovative ideas and efforts that the Indian Society for Buddhist Studies has crossed the boundaries of Indian and is attracting international. Buddhist Scholarship towards it, resulting in gradually increasing number.

Prof. Anita Billawaria, Treasurer, ISBS and Co-Editor is the Director Center for the History and Culture of Jammu and Ladakh Regions, University of Jammu, Jammu manages the financial responsibilities of ISBS. She has contributed significantly in editing the volume. She has a deep understanding of the history and culture of ancient India specially that of Jammu and Ladakh regions and his been writing profusely on the artistic aspects of this region.

Editor's Note

It is a matter of great pleasure for all of us that despite acing many hurdles-natural as well as created, the Indian society or Buddhist Studies (ISBS) is marching towards its goal steadily. Our years have elapsed since we had met at Nalanda (precisely August 11-12-2001) and had pledged to take the ISBS further by providing a common academic platform and bringing the scholars, researchers and admirers of Buddhist Studies working on its various aspects and at various institutions to share their researches and views on the subject. It is indeed heartening to note that during this short period of infancy, about 300 scholars have showed their committed support by joining the ISBS as Founder Donating -cum-Life Members and Annual Members. This number is ever increasing and inspiring.

The members have been meeting every year in encouraging number in our Annual Conferences held at Nalanda (Aug. 2002), Jammu (March 2003), Aligarh (March 2004) and Jaipur (October 2004). The fifth Annual Conference is the next link in the same chain. It is being hosted by Prof. Bhikshu Satyapala, Head, Dept. of Buddhist Studies, Delhi University, Delhi-the first Indian University to formally start the teaching of Buddhist Studies way back in the second half of 1950s.

Our deliberations have ultimately started taking concrete shape and hence this Volume with the title-'The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom, Volume-I'. Though we could not publish the proceedings earlier due to certain unavoidable reasons, we have succeeded partly, as the present volume covers the papers of the Nalanda and Jammu sessions only. Our efforts will be to become updated and be regular in future; which may however, take some more time. The present volume contains papers presented in English at the first and second conferences. It has been observed that some papers lack serious investigation into and serious analysis of the problem. Therefore, all paper could not be accommodated in the volume and some of them have been deleted from inclusion.

It has been decided by the Editorial Board to publish English and Hindi (which may include papers presented in Pali as well as Sanskrit) versions separately under the titles 'The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom' (Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4..) in Hindi.

We appeal our esteemed delegated and members to lend more attention and seriousness while writing their papers and make them more research oriented which could reflect their originality and depth of understanding of the subject taken up.

We express our hearty gratitude to Prof. Sanghasen Singh and Dr. Bimalendra Kumar for their untiring efforts in raising the superstructure of the ISBS.

Our indebtedness is due to Prof. A. K. Narain who very kindly had consented to be the first General President of the ISBS at its Inaugural conference at Nalanda (Aug. 2001); ana had given a novel and revealing definition of 'Buddhist Studies'. It is an eye-opener for those who intend and try to confine this vast subject unnecessarily and enjoy fighting in the name of Pali and Buddhist Studies.

Although it does not proper to thank the members of Editorial Board, I cannot resist from gratefully mentioning the visionary thinking and management of Prof. S. P. Sharma, our President, and the untiring efforts of Dr. V. K. Singh, our Jt. Secretary in preparing the first draft of the volume as well as generosity of Prof. Anita Billawaria, our Treasurer which became instrumental in publishing this volume.

We extend our sincere thanks to all the contributors of this volume for their valuable articles. We are thankful even to those member scholars who participated in the deliberations of the Conferences.

At the end, we express our and heartfelt thanks to Shri Subhash Jain, Shri Deepak Jain and the whole team of their New Bharatiya Book Corporation for taking pains in bringing out this volume.

Despite careful and minute proof reading as well as editing, some errors still remain in the volume, for which we regret and assure that there will be continuous efforts for improvement in our next volumes.

Hope the volume will serve the cause of students, researchers as well as teachers of Buddhist Studies in particular and those interested in it in particular.

CONTENTS

Editor's Notev
1Buddhist Studies and the Indian Society for Buddhist Studies-A. K. Narain1-7
2Social Content in Digha Nikaya-J. K. Sharma 8-18
3Studies in Apannaka Suttas and Apannaka Jataka-Maulichand Prasad19-21
4Hermeneutical Principle of Abhidharmakosabhasya-Avinash Kumar Srivastava22-28
5The Concept of Morality in Madhyamika school of Nagarjuna-Abha Singh29-37
6The Tradition of Lam Rim Teachings and Lam Tso Nam Sum-Vijay Kumar Singh38-50
7Some Buddhist Logical Terms and their Tibetan Renderings-Manotosh Mondal51-64
8Ancient Rock Carvings and Engravings of Ladakh-Phuntsog Dorjay65-69
9Scenario of the Buddhist Antiquities in Ladakh - S. K. Pathak70-79
10The Sukhavati as held by Buddhists and the Concept of Heaven-Rajeev Kumar Jha80-86
11Buddhist Philosophy as Presented in Bhasarvajna's Nyayasara and its Commentaries - Niradbaran Mandal87-94
12Concept of Sudden Enlightenment in Ch'an Buddhism-R. K. Rana95-105
13The Hua-Yen Doctrine of Dharmadhatu-R. K. Rana106-120
14Fourth Buddhist Council and its Significance - Yogita Kalgotra121-127
15Norms of Buddhism: A Model for Human Rights-Mahesh Kumar Bali128-138
16Buddhism in Indonesia- Binod Kumar Sinha139-150
17Manifestation of Indian Art in South-East Asia: A Glimpse-A. Q. Ansari151-158
18Buddhism in Korea-Anupama Vohra
19Economic Aspect of Buddhism in South-East Asia-Kamlesh Prasad164-168
20Impact of Buddhism on South-East Asian Trade and Linguistic Enrichment - Ram Sakal Singh169-175
21 "JETHIAN" - In Search of a Forgotten Historical Site - Vinod Kumar Singh 176-179
22Buddhism in Eliot's Literature - Raghunath Pd. Kachchway180-191
23Impact of Buddhism on Raja Rao's Novel-The Serpent and the Rope - R. K. Paramhans192-197
24The Buddha and Hamlet: Discovering Similarities between Princes dissimilar - Devendra Pd. Singh198-201
25Buddhist Stupas in Haryana: New Evidence - Arun Kesarwani & Surinder Kumar Vashist 202-205
26Significant Aspects of Tai Buddhist Art, Culture, Literature and Painting of Assam and North East India-Lalit Shyam 206-209
27Influence of Buddhism on Western Art and Literature: A Case Study of T. S. Eliot's 'The Wasteland' - Sucheta Pathania210-215
28Buddhism and Sikhism: Some Resemblances - Rajesh Ranjan216-220
29Propagation of Buddhism (in Ancient time) in Thailand: A historical Perspective - Lalan K. Jha221-228
30Geographical Spread of Buddhism under the Kalachuris from 6th C. AD to 12th C. AD - Rajiv Kr. Verma229-235
31Women Power in Buddhism and Buddhist Art - Jaya Verma236-242
32Development of Bodhicitta in Tibetan Buddhism in the light of Madhyamikas - V. K. Singh243-249
33A Doctrinal Survey of Buddhism (from an Ethical Way to the Tantric Esoterism) - S. K. Pathak250-269
34Buddhism and Behavioural Dignity - Baidyanath Labh270-280
35Buddhism in Shivaliks-Lalit Gupta281-285
36Role of Ladakhi Rulers and Propagation of Buddhism in Ladakh - Gurmet Dorjey286-293
37Role of Caste in Indian Politics with Special Reference to Buddhism - Perminder Kaur Our Contributors304-308

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From the Jacket

The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom Vol. I, is an Anthology of the selected papers presented in English by the scholars in the First and Second Annual conferences of the Indian Society for Buddhist Studies at Nalanda and Jammu in Aug. 2001 and March 2003 respectively. The Society provides a common academic platform to the researchers and teachers working on various aspects of Buddhist Studies and hence the varieties of articles in the present volume. Efforts have been made to measure literary (Pali, Sanskrit, Chinese, Tibetan, Thai etc.) historical (including general history, art, architecture, archaeology etc.), philosophical, cultural, social and such other perspectives of multifaceted and multicoloured Buddhism in this volume.

About the Author

Prof. Satya Prakash Sharma, President, ISBS and Editor-in Chie is the Chairman, Dept. of Sanskrit, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. It is because of his able and dynamic leadership as well as minute analytical, acumen and keen interest that the present volume has seen the light of day. An erudite scholar of Sanskrit and Pali as well as Indian philosophy and culture, Prof. Sharma and made a respectable place for himself in the world of scholarship.

Dr. Baidyanth Labh, Secretary, ISBS and Editor is indeed the real spirit behind the successful organization of various annual Conferences of the Society and publication of the present volume. Presently working as Reader in the Dept. of Buddhist Studies, University of Jammu, Jammu, Dr. Labh combines in him a blend of serious researcher, dedicated as well as a popular teacher and a visionary in the arena of Buddhist studies.

Dr. Vijay Kr. Singh joint Secretary, ISBS and Co-Editor is the Chairman, Dept. of Chinese and Tibetan, Panjab University Chandigarh. This energetic young scholar has played an exemplary role in popularizing Buddhist Studies in general and Tibetan Buddhism in particular. It is mainly because of his innovative ideas and efforts that the Indian Society for Buddhist Studies has crossed the boundaries of Indian and is attracting international. Buddhist Scholarship towards it, resulting in gradually increasing number.

Prof. Anita Billawaria, Treasurer, ISBS and Co-Editor is the Director Center for the History and Culture of Jammu and Ladakh Regions, University of Jammu, Jammu manages the financial responsibilities of ISBS. She has contributed significantly in editing the volume. She has a deep understanding of the history and culture of ancient India specially that of Jammu and Ladakh regions and his been writing profusely on the artistic aspects of this region.

Editor's Note

It is a matter of great pleasure for all of us that despite acing many hurdles-natural as well as created, the Indian society or Buddhist Studies (ISBS) is marching towards its goal steadily. Our years have elapsed since we had met at Nalanda (precisely August 11-12-2001) and had pledged to take the ISBS further by providing a common academic platform and bringing the scholars, researchers and admirers of Buddhist Studies working on its various aspects and at various institutions to share their researches and views on the subject. It is indeed heartening to note that during this short period of infancy, about 300 scholars have showed their committed support by joining the ISBS as Founder Donating -cum-Life Members and Annual Members. This number is ever increasing and inspiring.

The members have been meeting every year in encouraging number in our Annual Conferences held at Nalanda (Aug. 2002), Jammu (March 2003), Aligarh (March 2004) and Jaipur (October 2004). The fifth Annual Conference is the next link in the same chain. It is being hosted by Prof. Bhikshu Satyapala, Head, Dept. of Buddhist Studies, Delhi University, Delhi-the first Indian University to formally start the teaching of Buddhist Studies way back in the second half of 1950s.

Our deliberations have ultimately started taking concrete shape and hence this Volume with the title-'The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom, Volume-I'. Though we could not publish the proceedings earlier due to certain unavoidable reasons, we have succeeded partly, as the present volume covers the papers of the Nalanda and Jammu sessions only. Our efforts will be to become updated and be regular in future; which may however, take some more time. The present volume contains papers presented in English at the first and second conferences. It has been observed that some papers lack serious investigation into and serious analysis of the problem. Therefore, all paper could not be accommodated in the volume and some of them have been deleted from inclusion.

It has been decided by the Editorial Board to publish English and Hindi (which may include papers presented in Pali as well as Sanskrit) versions separately under the titles 'The Ocean of Buddhist Wisdom' (Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4..) in Hindi.

We appeal our esteemed delegated and members to lend more attention and seriousness while writing their papers and make them more research oriented which could reflect their originality and depth of understanding of the subject taken up.

We express our hearty gratitude to Prof. Sanghasen Singh and Dr. Bimalendra Kumar for their untiring efforts in raising the superstructure of the ISBS.

Our indebtedness is due to Prof. A. K. Narain who very kindly had consented to be the first General President of the ISBS at its Inaugural conference at Nalanda (Aug. 2001); ana had given a novel and revealing definition of 'Buddhist Studies'. It is an eye-opener for those who intend and try to confine this vast subject unnecessarily and enjoy fighting in the name of Pali and Buddhist Studies.

Although it does not proper to thank the members of Editorial Board, I cannot resist from gratefully mentioning the visionary thinking and management of Prof. S. P. Sharma, our President, and the untiring efforts of Dr. V. K. Singh, our Jt. Secretary in preparing the first draft of the volume as well as generosity of Prof. Anita Billawaria, our Treasurer which became instrumental in publishing this volume.

We extend our sincere thanks to all the contributors of this volume for their valuable articles. We are thankful even to those member scholars who participated in the deliberations of the Conferences.

At the end, we express our and heartfelt thanks to Shri Subhash Jain, Shri Deepak Jain and the whole team of their New Bharatiya Book Corporation for taking pains in bringing out this volume.

Despite careful and minute proof reading as well as editing, some errors still remain in the volume, for which we regret and assure that there will be continuous efforts for improvement in our next volumes.

Hope the volume will serve the cause of students, researchers as well as teachers of Buddhist Studies in particular and those interested in it in particular.

CONTENTS

Editor's Notev
1Buddhist Studies and the Indian Society for Buddhist Studies-A. K. Narain1-7
2Social Content in Digha Nikaya-J. K. Sharma 8-18
3Studies in Apannaka Suttas and Apannaka Jataka-Maulichand Prasad19-21
4Hermeneutical Principle of Abhidharmakosabhasya-Avinash Kumar Srivastava22-28
5The Concept of Morality in Madhyamika school of Nagarjuna-Abha Singh29-37
6The Tradition of Lam Rim Teachings and Lam Tso Nam Sum-Vijay Kumar Singh38-50
7Some Buddhist Logical Terms and their Tibetan Renderings-Manotosh Mondal51-64
8Ancient Rock Carvings and Engravings of Ladakh-Phuntsog Dorjay65-69
9Scenario of the Buddhist Antiquities in Ladakh - S. K. Pathak70-79
10The Sukhavati as held by Buddhists and the Concept of Heaven-Rajeev Kumar Jha80-86
11Buddhist Philosophy as Presented in Bhasarvajna's Nyayasara and its Commentaries - Niradbaran Mandal87-94
12Concept of Sudden Enlightenment in Ch'an Buddhism-R. K. Rana95-105
13The Hua-Yen Doctrine of Dharmadhatu-R. K. Rana106-120
14Fourth Buddhist Council and its Significance - Yogita Kalgotra121-127
15Norms of Buddhism: A Model for Human Rights-Mahesh Kumar Bali128-138
16Buddhism in Indonesia- Binod Kumar Sinha139-150
17Manifestation of Indian Art in South-East Asia: A Glimpse-A. Q. Ansari151-158
18Buddhism in Korea-Anupama Vohra
19Economic Aspect of Buddhism in South-East Asia-Kamlesh Prasad164-168
20Impact of Buddhism on South-East Asian Trade and Linguistic Enrichment - Ram Sakal Singh169-175
21 "JETHIAN" - In Search of a Forgotten Historical Site - Vinod Kumar Singh 176-179
22Buddhism in Eliot's Literature - Raghunath Pd. Kachchway180-191
23Impact of Buddhism on Raja Rao's Novel-The Serpent and the Rope - R. K. Paramhans192-197
24The Buddha and Hamlet: Discovering Similarities between Princes dissimilar - Devendra Pd. Singh198-201
25Buddhist Stupas in Haryana: New Evidence - Arun Kesarwani & Surinder Kumar Vashist 202-205
26Significant Aspects of Tai Buddhist Art, Culture, Literature and Painting of Assam and North East India-Lalit Shyam 206-209
27Influence of Buddhism on Western Art and Literature: A Case Study of T. S. Eliot's 'The Wasteland' - Sucheta Pathania210-215
28Buddhism and Sikhism: Some Resemblances - Rajesh Ranjan216-220
29Propagation of Buddhism (in Ancient time) in Thailand: A historical Perspective - Lalan K. Jha221-228
30Geographical Spread of Buddhism under the Kalachuris from 6th C. AD to 12th C. AD - Rajiv Kr. Verma229-235
31Women Power in Buddhism and Buddhist Art - Jaya Verma236-242
32Development of Bodhicitta in Tibetan Buddhism in the light of Madhyamikas - V. K. Singh243-249
33A Doctrinal Survey of Buddhism (from an Ethical Way to the Tantric Esoterism) - S. K. Pathak250-269
34Buddhism and Behavioural Dignity - Baidyanath Labh270-280
35Buddhism in Shivaliks-Lalit Gupta281-285
36Role of Ladakhi Rulers and Propagation of Buddhism in Ladakh - Gurmet Dorjey286-293
37Role of Caste in Indian Politics with Special Reference to Buddhism - Perminder Kaur Our Contributors304-308
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