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>GO Downloads e-Book What should I do if the main link does not work ? To download the file please copy this alternative short link Ctr + C and paste it into the browser address bar Ctr + VGO Downloads File url: Details:Publisher: Nilgiri Press; 2nd edition (April 13, 2007)Pages: 256 pagesLanguage: EnglishISBN-10: 1586380206ISBN-13: 978-1586380205Format: 0.8 x 5.2 x 8 inchesBook Description:Dhammapada means the path of dharma, the path of truth, harmony, and righteousness. Eknath Easwaran's best-selling translation of this essential Buddhist text, based on the oldest version, consists of 423 short verses gathered by the Buddha's direct disciples after his death and organized by theme: anger, thought, joy, pleasure, and others. The Buddha's timeless teachings take the form of vivid metaphors from everyday life and are well served by Easwaran's lucid translation. An authoritative introduction and chapter notes offer helpful context for modern readers. Tags: The Dhammapada (Classics of Indian Spirituality) by Eknath Easwaran, pdf, epub, mobi, fb2, djvu, lit, txt, rtf, doc, docx, chm, htmlz, lrf, azw, azw3, kindle, ebook, torrent, downloadsGO Downloads The Dhammapada (Classics of Indian Spirituality) by Eknath Easwaran

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Parallax Press is a nonprofit publisher founded by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. We publish books and media on the art of mindful living and Engaged Buddhism. We are committed to offering teachings that help transform suffering and injustice. Our aspiration is to contribute to collective insight and awakening, bringing about a more joyful, healthy, and compassionate society.

Thomas Cleary holds a PhD in East Asian Languages and Civilizations from Harvard University and a JD from the University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law. He told us in an interview:"I am not in Engaged Buddhism, have never supported cults, am not a member of any academic clique, and do not belong in organized education. I am not confined to any group. I want to stay independent and reach those who want to learn directly through my books... Of the eight languages and some 80 books I translated, I would say Old Irish was the most challenging."

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THOMAS CLEARY IS one of the country's most prolific translators of classical spiritual texts. Since the initial publication of The Blue Cliff Record (Shambhala), a core text of Chan Buddhism Cleary translated with his brother in the late 1970s, he has authored, edited, or translated more than 70 books from Celtic, classical Chinese and Japanese, Pali (the scriptural and liturgical language of Hinayana, or "lesser vehicle," Buddhism), Old Bengali, and Arabic. If you've pursued any interest in Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, conflict studies, or women's spirituality, you've most likely been aided by his contributions.

The audiobook containsthe full Introduction and the translation of each of the verses, but omits thechapter introductions. It is read by Paul Bazely, a professional actor and longtime student of Easwaran. Music is by Yann Stoneman, also an Easwaran student.

In The Dhammapada, Easwaran now embarks on a similar voyage of peace and calmin the exploration of Buddhism, as he did with the Upanishads. The introductionof the book once again gives a brief background into the life of Siddhartha theprince, and charts his transformation into the Buddha, the "one who isawake". The book then goes on to describe one of the fundamental"religious-books" of Buddhism, the Dhammapada and its teachings. Theparallels with the Upanishadic teachings, the mystic Sufis and the Sermon onthe Mount is often illustrated, thus underlining Easwaran's belief of the unityof fundamental thought across religions.

Every two chapters are preceded with an introduction to the concepts andprinciples enshrined in them, and hence makes reading and comprehension andindeed, personal thinking and evaluation that much more effective. Buddhism inthe end, comes out as it should, another monumental religion based on verybasic truths and grounded in infallible and extremely rigorous logic. The bookis a pure delight to read and has an almost immediate impact on the reader'sapproach to life itself.

Not This, and other teachings from the Spiritual Heart(This book has now been re-issued with new stories and anecdotes.)More beautiful Dhamma Talks to rouse the heart and inspire the spirit.

Treasure of Truth Illustrated Dhammapada is a huge work by Ven. W. Sarada Maha Thero from Singapore Buddhist Meditation Centre. It was published in 1994 and it is now a classic. Dhammapada is the most widespread and popular collections of the sayings of the Buddha. The Dhammapada is considered one of the most popular pieces of Theravada literature. Treasure of Truth is one of the most comprehensive version and the rich, colorful illustrations helps to explain the concepts and makes it perfect for reading aloud for kids. The book begins with a poem by the former prime minister of India, Sri Nehru, A Radiant Sun:

Acknowledgements viiPronunciation Guide ixAbbreviations xiiiIntroduction xivBibliography lxviNote on the Text lxxivThe Dhammapada1 Twins 32 Awareness 73 The Mind 94 Flowers 115 Fools 146 The Wise Man 177 The Arahat 208 Thousands 229 Evil 2510 The Rod 2811 Old Age 3112 Self 3313 The World 3514 The Buddha 3715 Happiness 4016 The Dear 4217 Anger 4418 Rust 4719 The Just 5120 The Path 5421 Miscellaneous 5722 Hells 6023 The Elephant 6324 Craving 6625 The Monk 7126 The Brahmin 75Appendix I Extract from the Gandhari Dharmapada 83Appendix II Extract from the Patna Dharmapada 89Appendix III Extract from the Mahavastu 93Glossary 100Notes 113Index of Names in Stories 227General Index 231if(typeof performance.mark !== 'undefined' && typeof performance.measure !== 'undefined')performance.mark("Product_Tabs_loading_end");performance.measure("productTabsDur","Product_Tabs_loading_start","Product_Tabs_loading_end");Related Subjects Buddhist Literature & Sacred Texts Buddhist Literature & Sacred TextsCustomer Reviews$(function() {var isLoggedIn = false;var ratingsParams = categoryID: 'Products',streamID: '1101481979', /* use Product ID for unique identifier? SkuID? - prd9780140449419 - ProductID? */containerID: 'ratingsDisplay',width: '100%',showCommentButton: false,ratingTemplate: '',onReadReviewsClicked: gotoReviews,onLoad: function() ,ratingsParamsComments = {categoryID: 'Products',streamID: '1101481979',containerID: 'prodReviewInfo',ratingTemplate:'' +' 350c69d7ab


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