There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?
- Sympathetic joy,
- And equanimity.
|The Pentecostal movement: its origin, development, and distinctive character||Bloch-Hoell, Nils|
So sor thar pa'i mdo yi mchan 'grel
Commentary on the Pratimoksasutra
mKhan-po gZhan phan Chos-kyi sNang ba.
mKhan-po gZhan phan Chos Kyi Snang ba.
|Delhi: Konchhog Lhadrepa||Reprint. See volume for full contents.||180.94||MKH|
|Nagarjuna from Tibetan and Chinese|
Shukyo ronshu, shokanshu
A collection of essays on religion, and, letters
Makiguchi, Tsunesaburo, 1871-1944.
[chosha Makiguchi Tsunesaburo].
|The faiths of the world; an account of all religions and religious sects, their doctrines, rites, ceremonies and customs. Vol. I : A-G||
compiled by the Rev. James Gardner.
|London & Edinburgh : A. Fullarton||160.03||GAR|
|The awakening of faith in the Mahayana, and its commentary, The principle and practice of Mahayana Buddhism||
Asvaghosa; translated for the first time from the Chinese version by Teitaro Suzuki.
|Taipei: SMC Publishing||Reprint. First published: Chicago: Open Court, 1900.||183.9||ASV / SUZ|
|Other sheep: a study of the peoples of India, with particular reference to the collusion between Christianity and Hinduism||
by Harold Begbie.
|London: Hodder & Stoughton||162.25||BEG|
|The Tattva-muktâvalî of Gauḍa-Pûrṇânanda-Chakravartin||
Gauḍapūrṇānandacakravarti, active 17th century., Cowell, Edward B. (Edward Byles), 1826-1903.
edited and translated by E.B. Cowell.
|London : Royal Asiatic Society||Offprint, Journal of The Royal Asiatic Society, vol. XV, Part 2, pp.1-37.||126.62||TAT / COW|
|There are no dead||
Besant, Annie Wood, 1847-1933.
by Annie Besant.
|London: Theosophical Society||169.3||BES / THE|
|Buddhism: being a sketch of the life and teachings of Gautama, the Buddha||
Davids, T.W. Rhys (Thomas William Rhys), 1843-1922.
by T.W. Rhys Davids.