CONTENTS:- 1. An Analysis of Recollection of Buddha: Buddhanusmrti; 2. Abhidharma Texts in Tibetan; 3. A Study of Pali Suttas in the Tibetan Buddist Literature; 4. An Analytical Study of the Tibetan and Chinese Version of Mahayanasatadharmavidyadvarasastra; 5. A Study of Rituals of Tibetan Bonpos at Solan, Himachal Pradesh; 6. The Yuktisastika-Karika of Nagajurna; 7. Lo-Che Rin-Chen Bzan-po As a Great Translator; 8. Bilateral Cultural Contacts Between India and China; 9. A Study of Buddhism in Sikkim; 10. Relevance of Tibetan Buddhism in Modern society; 11. Tibetan Buddhist Monastic Education and Humanism; 12. A Study of Socio-Cultural Systems of Immigrant Bonpos of Himachal Pradesh; 13. Contribution of Rahul Sankrityayan in Indo-Tibetan Studies; 14. Theory of action (Kamma) and Causal relation (Paccaya) in Early Buddhist Philosophy; 15. Concept and Practice of Satya (Truth) in Buddhism; 16. Buddhism and Humanism; 17. Ethical Value in the Theory of relation; 18. Theory of Relation and Meditation in Buddhism; 19. A Study of the Patthana-pakarana; 20. Mahapandita Rahul Sankrityayan and His Contribution in the Developmrt of Pali Literature; 21. A Satudy of Ayodhya in Pali Literature; 22. Casual Relation in Madhayamika Thought; 23. The Law of Dependent Origination and Relations; 24. A Study of the Term Bodicaryavatara; 25. Non- Violence(Ahimsa): Buddha's and Gandhi's Views; 26. Contribution of Professor Giuseppe Tucci in yogacara Philosopht; 27. Tabo Monastery as a World Heritage; 28. Symbolical Significance of Svastika in Tibetan Buddhism; 29. Contribution of AcaryaBuddhaghosa in Sinhalese Buddhist Tradition; 30. A Study of Patliputra (Based on Pali and Tibetan Sources); 31. Abhidharma and Ecology; 32. Social Work and Buddhist; 33. Relevance of Buddhism in Present Context; 34. A Study of Material World in Buddhism; 35. Buddhism and Environment Pollution; 36. The Origin and Growth of Schism in the Buddhist Order.
The present book contains thirty-six research papers pertain-ing to a variety of themes ranging from different aspects of Tibetan and Buddhist Studies. It also includes some selected topics of early Buddhism related with social, historical and cultural aspects. The title given to the volume virtually reflects the diver-sity of its contents related with Tibetan and Buddhist Studies. All the articals are substantially based on canonical Buddhist texts, available in Tibetan, Pali and Sanskrit sources.