The Study of Indian and Tibetan Thought

Leiden, E. J. Brill (1967)
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From the earliest period Tibetan scholars attached great importance to the study of these Indian sciences and arts to which they devoted — and still devote — much attention. In fact, even long after the virtual disappearance of Buddhism in ...
Keywords Philosophy, Indic  Philosophy, Buddhist  Tantrism
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