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Eastern Monachism An Account Of The Origin, Laws, Discipline, Sacred Writings, Mysterious Rites, Religious Ceremonies And Present Circumstances Of The Order Of Mendicants by Robert Spence Hardy

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages456
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11926378M
ISBN 101430466979
ISBN 109781430466970
OCLC/WorldCa154804131

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Eastern monachism: an account of the origin, laws, discipline, sacred writings, mysterious rites, religious ceremonies, and present circumstances. EASTERN MONACHISM (An Account of the Origin, Laws, Discipline, Sacred Writings Mysterious Rites, Religious Ceremonies, Present Circumstances of the Order of Mendicants Founded by Gautama Buddha) by R. SPENCE HARDY. Hardy, R. Spence (Robert Spence), Eastern monachism: an account of the origin, laws, discipline, sacred writings, mysterious rites, religious ceremonies, and present circumstances, of the order of mendicants founded by Go̲tama Budha, (compiled from Singhalese mss. and other original sources of information); with comparative notices. Eastern Monachism: An Account of the Origin, Laws, Discipline, Sacred Writings, Mysterious Rites, Religious Ceremonies, and Present Circumstances of the Order of Mendicants founded by Gotama Budha Hardy was a member of the Ceylon Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

  Eastern Monachism: An Account of the Origin, Laws, Discipline, Sacred by Robert Spence HardyPages:   Eastern monachism: an account of the origin, laws, discipline, sacred writings, mysterious rites, religious ceremonies, and present circumstances of the order of mendicants founded by Gótama Budha, (compiled from Singhalese mss. and other original sources of information); with comparative notices of the usages and institutions of the western ascetics and a review of the Pages: Eastern monachism: an account of the origin, laws, discipline, sacred writings, mysterious rites, religious ceremonies, and present circumstances,. [R Spence Hardy] Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Eastern Monachism: An Account of the Orgins, Laws, Discipline of the Order of Mendicants Founded by Gôtama Buddha. London: Partridge and Oakey, Hartenstein, Gustav.

About the Book This treatise on the growth and early development of the Sangha (Buddhist Monastic Order) has often been referred to by scholars as the most complete and masterly treatment of the subject and, as such, invaluable to students of Buddhism. "Eastern monachism : an account of the origin, laws, discipline, sacred writings, mysterious rites, religious ceremonies, and present circumstances of the order of mendicants founded by Gótama Budha, (compiled from Singhalese mss. and other original sources of information); with comparative notices of the usages and institutions of the western ascetics and a review of the monastic system". For a right understanding of monastic history and monastic practices in the West generally, and even in England, it is necessary to have some idea at least of the main features of Eastern monachism. It has been pointed out by Dom Butler, in his masterly introduction to the Lausiac History of Palladius, [1] that monachism developed along two. "Eastern Monachism" (E.M.) and "Manual of Buddhism" (M.B.) have been constantly in hand, as well as Rhys Davids' Buddhism, published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, his Hibbert Lectures, and his Buddhist Suttas in the Sacred Books of the East, and other writings. I need not mention other authorities, having endeavouredFile Size: KB.