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Arahattamagga Arahattaphala (The Path to Arahantship)

Ven. Acariya Maha Boowa's Dhamma, translated by Bhikkhu Dick Silaratano

A compilation of Venerable Acariya Maha Boowa's Dhamma talks about the development of his meditation practice.  He explains the direct route to the end of all suffering.


Buddhism in Chinese Society: An Economic History from the Fifth to the Tenth Centuries (Studies in Asian Cultures)

J Gernet

"This work will remain one of this century's classic histories of China. Gernet's account of Buddhism is sobering."
"This is perhaps the greatest contribution of Gernet's work: he demonstrates through the skilled use of a dazzling variety of literary evidence the complexity of the interchange between Buddhism and Chinese society." -- China Review International "This is an analysis of Buddhist practice within its socio-economic context and still one of the best examples of Chinese social history in any discipline in forty years. For new generations of researchers, the forty years' wait [for the English translation] has been worth it." -- China Review "The value of this book is its translations of primary sources and its salutary reminder of the importance of economic motivations and activities in the history of Chinese Buddhism."
First published in French in Saigon in 1956, this classic work integrates the study of Buddhist doctrine with the study of Chinese society from the fifth to the tenth centuries.


Buddhism Key Stage II

Jing Yin and W.Y.Ho, published by Buddhist Education Foundation (UK)

Buddhism Key Stage II is the second publication in our seried of Buddhist textbooks, and is devised for pupils between the ages of seven and eleven. This edition is produced under the guidelines stipulated in the syllabus prescribed in the UK by the revised National Curriculum of 1994.
The subjects covered in this book are an extension of the theme on the Triple Gem presented in Buddhism Key Stage I, with the contents augmented to include additional information on the life of the Buddha, his teachings, the development of Buddhism and its characteristics as a religion.


Cittaviveka - Teachings from the Silent Mind

Venerable Ajahan Sumedho

'Cittaviveka', the title of this book, is a word in the Pali language meaning 'the mind of non-attachment'. A major theme of the Buddha's teaching - known as the Dhamma - is that suffering is caused by attachment, and that the aim and result of the correct aplication of the teachings is a mind of non-attachment.


KAMAKURA BUDDHISM, JAPAN: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's Encyclopedia of Buddhism


The “Encyclopedia of Buddhism” provides a comprehensive overview of one of Asia's most important religious and social forces, describing the Buddhist worldview, basic teachings and practices, history, and the different schools and sects. This intriguing set illuminates a religion that is a mystery to most Westerners by exploring Buddhist scriptures, art, architecture, saints, demons, monastic orders, festivals, rites and ceremonies, as well as the different forms Buddhism has taken in different parts of the world, and how it has blended with other religions like Shinto, Confucianism, Daoism and Christianity.

$6.95 Digital available for download.
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