The Study of Indian and Tibetan Thought

Leiden, E. J. Brill (1967)
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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