The Buddha - Mimansa: The Buddha relation to vedic Religion

FREE Delivery
Ships in 1-3 days
Item Code: IDF521
Author: H.H. Swami Maharaja Yogiraja
Publisher: Sri Satguru Publications
Language: English
Edition: 1982
Pages: 177
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details 10" X 6.4"
Weight 240 gm
Fully insured
Fully insured
Shipped to 153 countries
Shipped to 153 countries
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
More than 1M+ customers worldwide
100% Made in India
100% Made in India
23 years in business
23 years in business
From the Jacket:

The book presents a comparative study of a all Religion made with a view to arrive at the universal Religion. The whole range of Vedic and Buddhist literature native as well as foreign has been researched in preparing this book.

The little "Buddha Mimansa" is significant. It reveals in essence the doctrines of Buddha and their relation to the Religion of the Vedas.

There is a lot of difference between the faiths of the Hindus and Buddhists. Here is a book that lays emphasis on the similarity and concordance between the two.

The book consists of 2 parts. Part I deals with the three main topics viz. that the Buddha was a follower of the original Religion of the original Religion of the Hindus that the Hindus were the original followers of Buddha that the Buddhists formed a sect ejected by them.

Part II is an appendix which explains the doctrine of ahinsa in Buddhism. It also contains notes to the first part and the appendix.

The books opens with the introduction which deals with the Original Hindu Religion- the Religion of the Vedas. It concludes with an Index and the two portraits of the Buddha and their remarkable significance.

The author has shown that in its origin Buddhism was an off shoot more of a Social than of a Religious Reformation. It was an attack upon the web of priest craft which Brahmanism had woven round the society. Otherwise like Vedic sages Buddha believed in the soul and its rebirth and in the law of retribution. He believed the system of Yoga too and practiced it himself. His doctrine of Sunyata as the Vedanta concept of Maya the dream like unreality of all sensible things that make up the unverse. In religion Buddha bore the sacred mark on his forehead and wore the sacred thread across his shoulders.

For he was never ejected by the Hindus. His doctrine of non-violence is positively a doctrine of Universal love. The author has shown on the basis of Vedic and Puranic texts how Budha entered the Hindu fold, was accepted as the ninth incarnation of Visnu and how the concept of purification and Nirvana preached by him could be equated with the Hindu of Samskaras and Moksa.

The books is a unique contribution in the field of Buddhist and Indian studies.


First Part Introduction: The Sanatana Dharma or Religion of the Vedas (The Original Hindu Religion) i-6
Chapter I Buddha himself a follower of the original Religion of the Hindus 7-24
Chapter II Hindus themselves the original followers of the Buddha 25-44
Conclusion The Buddhists a sect of Hindus ejected by them. 45-67
Second Part Appendix: The doctrine of Ahinsa in Buddhism 69-76
Notes to the First Part and to the Appendix 77-150
Index, especially to subjects occurring in more than one place in the First Part and Appendix 151-164
Plates with their Explanations 165-177
Add a review
Have A Question

For privacy concerns, please view our Privacy Policy