A Survey of Vinaya Literature (Routledge Critical Studies in by Charles S. Prebish

By Charles S. Prebish

an important study instrument for vinaya stories. Covers either basic and secondary resources in Sanskrit, Pali, Tibetan, and chinese language in addition to smooth assets in English, French, German and Japanese.

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