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Encyclopaedia of Tibetan Buddhism (5 Volumes) / Agnihotri, Kuldeep Chand & Kumar, Sanjay (Eds.)
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Encyclopaedia of Tibetan Buddhism (5 Volumes)
Agnihotri, Kuldeep Chand & Kumar, Sanjay (Eds.)
 
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  Book ID : 38236
  ISBN-10 : 81-261-4653-2 / 8126146532
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-261-4653-6 / 9788126146536
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2012
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  viii, 1480p., Bib., Index, 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol. 1: History of Tibetan Buddhism:
1. Introduction / Dr. Sanjay Kumar.
2. Meditation in Tibet / Dr. Lalit Kishore.
3. Tantra in Tibet / Dr. Rajesh Kumar.
4. Karmapa / Dr. Manju Pathak.
5. Women in Tibetan Buddhism / Dr. Anuradha Jaiswal.
6. Doctrine in Tibetan Buddhism / Dr. Kamakhya Tiwari.
7. Monastic Life / Dr. Nandan Kumar.
8. Mythology and Gods / Dr. Renu Kumari.
9. Ritual and Sorcery / Mohit Ranjan.
10. Popular Lamaism / Dr. Ramesh Prasad.
11. Tibetan Buddhist Teachers / Dr. Shiv Charan.

Vol. 2: Native Development in Tibetan Buddhism:
1. Introduction / Dr. Sanjay Kumar.
2. An Introduction to Mahamudra and its Practical Application to Life / Pramod Kumar.
3. Mysticism / Dr. Mahesh Kumar Singh.
4. Pure Land Buddhism / Ashwani Kumar.
5. The Lotus Deity a Lost Goddess / Pakeeja Bano.
6. Questions of Self and Other / Arvind Kumar.
7. Tibetan Buddhism in West / Dr. Abbas Zafar.
8. Tibetan Buddhism in the Contemporary World / Dr. Aditya Narayan Mishra.

Vol. 3: Schools of Tibetan Buddhism:
1. Introduction / Dr. Sanjay Kumar.
2. The Four Noble Truths / Dr. M. M. Raheman.
3. The Emergence of the Mahayana as the Bodhisattva-vehicle / Dileep Kumar Yadav.
4. Katok Monastery / Rajani Sahay.
5. Kagyu / Bipin Chandra.
6. Sakya / Dr. Birendra Kumar Singh.
7. Gelug / Rohan Singh.

Vol. 4: Monasticism in Tibetan Buddhism:
1. Introduction / Dr. Sanjay Kumar.
2. Bon in Tibetan Buddhism / Shri Prakash Narayan.
3. Kadam/Geluk in Tibetan Buddhism / Dr. Shashi Kant Rai.
4. Kagyu in Tibetan Buddhism / Dr. Prem Singh.
5. Drukpa Lineage / Dr. Surendra Kumar Singh.
6. Nyingma in Tibetan Buddhism / Dr. Suraj Nandan Prasad.
7. Sakya in Tibetan Buddhism / Shekhar Kumar.
8. Buddhist Ethics and Monasticism / Praveen Kumar.

Vol. 5: Tibetan Buddhahood and its Practice:
1. Introduction / Dr. Sanjay Kumar.
2. Sarvastivada Abhidharma / Dr. Amrit Kumar.
3. The Buddha's Embodiment of Dharma / Pragati Badhwar.
4. Embodiment of Buddhahood / Dr. Neeraj Kumar Tiwari.
5. Literary-critical Analysis of Abhisamayalamkara / Dr. Jagbir Singh.
6. Haribhadra's Analytic-inferential Perspective on Buddhahood / Dharmendra Dhari Singh.
7. The Dharma Common to the Five Vehicles / Dr. Anita Saini.
8. Buddhas as Many as Stars in the Sky / Vishal Singh.

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Tibetan Buddhism derives form the confluence of Buddhism and yoga which started to arrive in Tibet from India briefly around the late eighth century and then more steadily form the thirteenth century onwards. Indian Buddhism around that time had incorporated both Hindu yogic and tantric practices along with the classical teachings of the historical Buddha who lived around 500 BC. It acknowledge that there were two paths to enlightenment (complete transcendence of identification with the personal ego). One path was that taught in the Sutras according to the historical teachings. The heart of Sutra practice was based on morality, concentration and wisdom. The other path, which has become the cornerstone of Tibetan variations, was tantric. This practice blended the sutra teachings with techniques adapted from Hindu systems of yoga and tantra. Hinayana and Mahayana are two schools of Buddhist practice that have basically similar goals and techniques but somewhat differing philosophies. For instance, Theravadin Buddhism is a Hinayana teaching and Zen Buddhism is a Mahayana teaching. It is very much like trying to deal with a wide horse charging towards you. One-way is denial: put up your hands and shout out, stop, stop! Prabably the animal will bowl you over. Another, more clever, approach is to step aside and then jump on its back as it charges past you. Volumes of the present book deal the teachings of Buddha from the purest available sources i.e. Buddhism in Tibet.

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