Buddhism, the religion of no-religion the edited transcripts by Alan Watts

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Published by C.E. Tuttle in Boston .

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StatementAlan Watts.
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LC ClassificationsBQ4055 .W356 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 98 p. ;
Number of Pages98
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Open LibraryOL813973M
ISBN 100804830568
LC Control Number95051266

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Beliefs and Practices in Ancient India There was no reason at all for the Buddha to introduce another religion because at that time years ago there were already 62 religious cults in India alone.

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