The path of practice as taught in ancient india by gotama buddha was open to both women and men the texts of early indian buddhism show that women were lay followers of the buddha and were also granted the right to ordain and become nuns. Women in early indian buddhism comparative textual studies edited by alice collett south asia research new editions transcriptions and translations of previously unstudied manuscript fragments first english translations of sources. This volume is a broad ranging comparative study of texts sections of texts and textual fragments that are concerned with women in early indian buddhism. Ebook pdf women in early indian buddhism comparative textual studies south asia research contains important information and a detailed explanation about ebook pdf women in early indian buddhism comparative textual studies south asia research its contents of the package names of things and what they do setup and operation. In her introduction to the present volume of comparative textual studies alice collett 1 16 states that a wealth of evidence in early buddhist texts attests to a relatively positive situation for women in sharp contrast she notes to textual records from other ancient civilizations 2
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