Buddhism: A Religion of Salvation

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Item Code: IDE035
Author: Moti Lal Pandit
Publisher: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Language: English
Edition: 2004
ISBN: 8121511143
Pages: 317
Cover: Hardcover
Other Details 8.8" X 5.8"
Weight 550 gm
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Buddhism as a religion of salvation is not so much concerned with the question of heaven and hell as much as with the existential question of suffering. It is, thus, the text of human suffering that has determined the soteriological goal of Buddhism, which is characterized as to how to obtain release from human suffering itself. Since suffering is a fact of life, so the aim has been to search for such ways and means by the application of which suffering may be overcome. It is this concern of Buddhism with suffering that is the focus of this book, that is, what basically suffering means to a Buddhist. It is on the basis of this insight of the Buddha that the Buddhist thinkers have attempted to find such a practical framework that would serve that purpose of reaching the transcendent goal of salvation. Whatever the Buddhists have spoken about suffering, it must be seen as a practical devise of reaching the goal of salvation.

About the Author:

Moti Lal Pandit has been engaged in the Indological research for last thirty years. Upon completing his studies, the author had the opportunity of studying the abstruse Vedantic texts from Dayananda Saraswati. Later he studied the important tantric texts of Kashmir Shaiviam from Dr. Baljinath Pandit. The author has contributed numerous papers on Comparative Religion. Theology, Spirituality and Mysticism. The earlier works of the author include Vedic Hinduism; Philosophy of the Upanishads; The Essentials of Buddhism; Beyond the Word; Transcendence and Negation; Sunyata: The Essence of Mahayana Spirituality; and The Hidden Way.




Acknowledgement vi
Introduction 1
Chapter 1 - The Buddha of Buddhism 21
Chapter 2 - The Four Noble Truths 58
Chapter 3 - The Nature of Reality 91
Chapter 4 - The Nature of Man 115
Chapter 5 - Samsara versus Nirvana 150
Chapter 6 - The Method and Goal of Meditation 208
Chapter 7 - The Nature of Nirvana 266
Bibliography 295
Index 305

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