By Bimala Churn Law
This publication is in 2 volumes and has develop into a vintage in Pali reviews. It presents an unlimited volume of knowledge approximately early Buddhism and approximately early Indian historic historical past. it's a helpful reference publication for the student in addition to the overall reader attracted to Buddhism.
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