|Other titles||Abstract of four lectures on Buddhist literature in China, delivered at University College, London.|
|Statement||by Samuel Beal.|
|Series||Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica ;, no. 46|
|LC Classifications||BQ1029.C62 B43 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 185 p., 5 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||88900410|
Perfection of Wisdom literature (Prajñāpāramitā). This Buddhist literature was composed over a long period, the nucleus of the material appearing from BCE to CE, with additions for perhaps two cents. later. There followed a period of summary and restatement in the form of short sūtras such as the Diamond and Heart Sūtras, c– CE, followed by a period of Tantric influence. Book Description. The influence of Buddhism on the Chinese language, on Chinese literature and on Chinese culture in general cannot be overstated, and the language of most Chinese Buddhist texts differs considerably from both Classical and Modern Chinese. About the BookThis book, based on the author's PhD thesis, offers a serious look at the exploration of ancient Indian literature Buddhist figurative literature in particular. Chinese moral books underplayed by most scholars, on the other hand, may be regarded as the end product/ byproduct of the literature. The author has addressed this issue in detail, and has suggested his own explanations. Buddhist Literature includes Tripitaka viz. Sutta Pitaka, Vinaya Pitaka, Abhidhammapitaka as well as Jatakas and other books such as Milinda Panha, Dipavamsa, Mahavamsa, Mahavastu, Buddha Charita, Mahāvibhāsa Śāstra, Lalitavistara, Divyavadana, Udanavarga, Udana, Bodhi Vamsa.
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