The Āryan Path of the Buddha
Sundeep Prakashan, 2005 - 512 pages
The Book Makes A Serious Attempt To Go Into The Reasons Why Lord Buddha Called His Dharma As Aryadharma.
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The Ariyan Eightfold Path
Wheel of Dhamma
Proving through Similes Upam»
The Middle Path Devoid of Extremes
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