1 edition of Asceticism in ancient India found in the catalog.
Asceticism in ancient India
Chiefly on Hinduism.
|LC Classifications||BL1239.5.A82 M57 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||2010317639|
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The rich Indian medical tradition is usually trace Language: English Pages: About the Book: "From the beginning of her history, India has adored and idealized not soldiers and statesmen, not men of science and leaders of industry, not even poets and philosophers but those rarer and chastened has discredited heroes as easily as it has forgotten every one else but the saints remain," said the late Dr.
Radhakrishnan, the Early Asceticism in India Book Summary: Ājīvikism was once ranked one of the most important religions in India between the 4th and 2nd centuries BCE, after Buddhism, ‘Brahmanism’ and before Jainism, but is now a forgotten Indian religion.
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Asceticism And Healing In Ancient India available for download and read online in other :// About the Book In the Ancient Hindu society the system of ashramas had great significance.
The Hindu Philosophers regarded the worldly as well as transcendental life of man as of equal importance but always preferred the latter.
According to the perception of the thinkers the true aim of life is no indulge in sensuousness ad worldly enjoyment but to seek salvation by following the spiritual Asceticism and Healing in Ancient India: Medicine in the Buddhist Monastery by Kenneth G.
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In this book Kenneth Zysk shows that Buddhist scriptures some centuries older than this contain abundant information about medical practice, and are our earliest evidence for a rational approach to These tales give rise to questions about how power and violence are related to the phenomenon of play.
Indian Asceticism focuses on the powers exhibited by ascetics of India from ancient to modern time. Carl Olson discusses the erotic, the demonic, the comic, and the miraculous forms of play and their connections to power and ://.