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" I am now going to the city of Benares to establish the kingdom of righteousness, to give light to those enshrouded in darkness, and to open the gate of immortality to men. "
Benares, the Sacred City: Sketches of Hindu Life and Religion - Page 40
by Ernest Binfield Havell - 1905 - 226 pages
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Indian Pictures, Drawn with Pen and Pencil

William Urwick - 1891 - 220 pages
...his enlightenment under the Bo-tree, made his way to Benares, affirming, ' I am going to that city, to give light to those enshrouded in darkness, and to open the gates 142 of immortality to men.' The place where he taught, once called the Deer Park, now Sarnath, lies...
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The Land of the Ganges and the Ghauts: Or, Sketches of Northern and Southern ...

Jabez Marrat - 1892 - 337 pages
...he considered the perfection of his soul, said, as he started for Benares, ' I am going to that city to give light to those enshrouded in darkness, and to open the gates of immortality to men.' At Sarnath, four miles from the city, there are richly sculptured memorials of Buddhism, a sacred tower,...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 7

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener, Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - 1896
...Bow tree and his victorious encounter with temptations, he declared, " I am now going to the city of Benares to establish the kingdom of righteousness,...to give light to those enshrouded in darkness, and open the gates of immortality to men. I have completely conquered all evil passions, and am no longer...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 7

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener, Karl M. Dallenbach, Madison Bentley, Edwin Garrigues Boring, Margaret Floy Washburn - 1895
...Bow tree and his victorious encounter with temptations, he declared, " I am now going to the city of Benares to establish the kingdom of righteousness,...to give light to those enshrouded in darkness, and open the gates of immortality to men. I have completely conquered all evil passions, and am no longer...
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Buddhism and Its Christian Critics

Paul Carus - 1897 - 316 pages
...(according to the translation of Prof. Samuel Beal from a Chinese text) : " I am now going to the city of Benares to establish the kingdom of righteousness, to give light to those enshrouded in darkness and open the gate of Immortality to men." * Buddha's idea of salvation is ultimately based on enlightenment,...
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Psychology, an Account of the Principal Mental Phenomena: With Numerous ...

Alfred Cook - 1904 - 386 pages
...to under the branches of the original one. Asked where he was going he replied : " To Benares, there to give light to those enshrouded in darkness, and to open the gates of immortality to men. For now," said he, " I only live to be the prophet of perfect truth." Establishing, as Wesley did after...
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Christian Ways of Salvation

George Warren Richards - 1923 - 332 pages
...life to the spread of his gospel. "For this purpose," he said, "am I going to that city of Benares, to give light to those enshrouded in darkness and to open the gate of immortality to men." The substance of his message to men was spoken in the discourse at Benares,...
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The Secret of the East: Observations and Interpretations

Oliver Huckel - 1924 - 368 pages
...what it was that made him so glad and yet so calm. And Gautama answered : "I am going to the city of Benares to establish the kingdom of righteousness, to give light to those enshrouded in darkness and open the gate of immortality to men." His acquaintance smiled at this seeming high-flown pretension...
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A Comparative History of Ideas

Hajime Nakamura - 1992 - 572 pages
...Bread of Life. — With this tender compassion for all beings, the Buddha set forth "to establish a kingdom of righteousness, to give light to those enshrouded in darkness and to open the gate of immortality to men." 6 So, soon after the founding of the Order, the Buddha sent out twelve...
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The Art of Ajanta and Sopoćani: A Comparative Study : an Enquiry in Prāṇa ...

Om Datt Upadhya - 1994 - 316 pages
...healing and the blind receiving sight. He also begins mission with twelve disciples and sets forth 'to establish the kingdom of righteousness, to give light to those enshrouded in darkness and open the gate of immortality to men.'178 Caring for the sick is again similar in their missionary lives...
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