Buddhism: A History (Religions of the World)
Review: N. Ross Reat seems to have accomplished the impossible: a one-volume survey of Buddhism that is accurate, inclusive and readable. In an excellent narrative that links facts and ideas over three millennia, Buddhism: a History begins with four chapters on the background, inception and development of early Buddhism, then moves on through nine individual chapters on Buddhism in each of its major geographic locales, from Sri Lanka to Japan and even the West. A valuable work for student and casual reader alike.
Specifications of Buddhism: A History (Religions of the World)
|Author||Ross Reat, Noble Ross Reat|
|Publisher||Jain Pub Co|
|Number Of Pages||392|
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