An Analysis of the Pali Canon is a comprehensive overview of the contents of the works that make up the Tipitaka, the Canon of the Theravada school of Buddhism. It also contains an index of the suttas and sections of the Tipitaka, as well as an extensive bibliography of the translations of canonical works and secondary literature. The second part of this book, A Reference Table of Pali Literature, is an extensive list of all the works composed in the Indic language known as Pali. It lists all the works of the Tipitaka, the commentaries and subcommentaries, historical chronicles, works on medicine, cosmology, grammar, law, astrology, Bible translations, etc. It also gives data on the authors, time of composition, country of origin and includes references to secondary literature that provide more information on the works listed. This book is an essential resource for students and researchers of the Tipitaka and other Pali literature.MaggaA²ga DAnpanAn: Manual of the Constituents of the Noble Path. Rangoon 1961, Abingdon 1984. Rev. ed., The Noble Eightfold Path and its Factors Explained. BPS 1977, 1998. 4. aSammAidiA¾A¾hi DAnpanAn: Manual of Right Understanding.
|Title||:||An Analysis of the Pali Canon and a Reference Table of Pali Literature|
|Author||:||Russell Webb, Bhikkhu Nyanatusita|
|Publisher||:||Buddhist Publication Society - 2011-12-01|