Among the fundamental; Books of Early Buddhism
the Majjima Nikaya is next in importance to the Digha Nikaya translated as
Dialogues of Buddha.
The present reprint is the earliest translation of the
Lord chalmers translators of the Majjima Nikaya after editing
this published by the Pali text society, London began work on translation of this
text. He also studies Buddha ghosa's commentary for his work, which is evident
from brief footnotes in the Book and presented before us in English 152
discourse of the Buddha. These discourses cover a wide range of subjects
including the important biographical material on Gautam, the Buddha the Founder
Lord Chalmer's in his introduction discusses the importance
attached to asceticism in ancient India. He also briefly explains some fundamental
tanets of Buddhism. This work also contains important notes and references on
Buddhist terms & concepts.
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