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Buddhism is a religion indigenous to the Indian subcontinent that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs, and practices largely based on teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, who is commonly known as the Buddha (meaning "the awakened one" in Sanskrit and Pali). The Buddha lived and taught in the eastern part of Indian subcontinent some time between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE. He is recognized by Buddhists as an awakened or enlightened teacher who shared his insights to help sentient beings end suffering through eliminating ignorance and craving, by way of understanding and seeing dependent origination and non-self, and thus attain the highest happiness, nirvana.

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Buddhism is a religion indigenous to the Indian subcontinent that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs, and practices largely based on teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, who is commonly known as the Buddha (meaning "the awakened one" in Sanskrit and Pali). The Buddha lived and taught in the eastern part of Indian subcontinent some time between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE. He is recognized by Buddhists as an awakened or enlightened teacher who shared his insights to help sentient beings end suffering through eliminating ignorance and craving, by way of understanding and seeing dependent origination and non-self, and thus attain the highest happiness, nirvana.


The complete Buddhism collection is split up in 3 parts. This is Part 1.

Part 1 primarily includes English translations of the main teachings of the various branches of buddhism, including commentaries, as well as scholarly studies of the texts.

Types of Buddhism

1. Early Indian Buddhism also related to as Theravada; literally, "the Teaching of the Elders" or "the Ancient Teaching," is the oldest surviving Buddhist school. It was founded in India. It is relatively conservative, and generally closer to early Buddhism than the other existing Buddhist traditions. It represents the earliest phase of buddhist texts, the core being identified as the four main Nikayas of the Sutta Pitaka (the Digha Nikaya, Majjhima Nikaya, Samyutta Nikaya and Anguttara Nikaya). Early Indian Buddhism is the Buddhism presupposed by the early Buddhist schools as existing about one hundred years after the final enlightenment of the Buddha.

2. Indian Mahayana Buddhism is one of the two main existing branches of Buddhism and a term for classification of Buddhist philosophies and practice. Mahayana (The Great Vehicle) Buddhism originated in India, and is associated with the Mahasamghika sect of Buddhism. The Mahayana tradition is the larger of the two major traditions of Buddhism existing today. According to the teachings of Mahayana traditions, Mahayana also refers to the path of seeking complete enlightenment for the benefit of all sentient beings, also called the Bodhisattva Vehicle.

3. Chinese Buddhism refers collectively to the various schools of Buddhism that have flourished in China since ancient times. Buddhism has played an enormous role in shaping the mindset of the Chinese people, affecting their aesthetics, politics, literature, philosophy and medicine. At the peak of the Tang Dynasty's vitality, Chinese Buddhism produced numerous spiritual masters. Scholars classified Chinese buddhism into 7-15 schools, and more commonly into 10 schools.

4. Tibetan Buddhism is the body of Buddhist religious doctrine and institutions characteristic of Tibet and certain regions of the Himalayas, including northern Nepal, Bhutan, and India. It is the state religion of Bhutan. Texts recognized as scripture and commentary are contained in the Tibetan Buddhist canon, such that Tibetan is a spiritual language of these areas.

5. Japanese Buddhism has been practiced in Japan since at least 552 CE, though some Chinese sources place the first spreading of the religion earlier during the Kofun period (250 to 538 CE). It has had a major influence on the culture and development Japan over the centuries, and remains an important part of the culture. About 90 million people in Japan claim to be Buddhist practitioners and/or believers, which accounts for about 70% of the population. Due to syncretism in Japan, many Buddhists also profess adherence to Shinto. In modern times, Japan's most popular schools of Buddhism are Amidist (Pure Land), Nichiren Buddhism, Shingon Buddhism and Zen Buddhism.

A PDF collection of 199 eBooks about Buddhism. eBooks are sorted on author's name.

1. EARLY INDIAN BUDDHISM (41 eBooks)
Bapat, P.V. - Vimuttimagga and Visuddhimagga, A Comparative Study (1937) (no OCR).pdf
Bhikkhu Bodhi [editor] - A Comprehensive Manual of Abhidhamma, The Abhidhammattha Sangaha (2007).pdf
Bhikkhu Bodhi [translator] - The Connected Discourses of the Buddha, A New Translation of the Samyutta Nikaya Vol. 1 (2000) (Scan, OCR).pdf
Bhikkhu Bodhi [translator] - The Connected Discourses of the Buddha, A New Translation of the Samyutta Nikaya Vol. 2 (2000) (no OCR).pdf
Bhikkhu Nanamoli - The Life of the Buddha, According to the Pali Canon (1992).pdf
Bhikkhu Nanamoli [translator] - The Path of Purification, Visuddhimagga 4th (2010).pdf
Bhikkhu Nanamoli and Bhikkhu Bodhi [translators] - The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha, A New Translation of the Majjhima Nikaya (1995) (Scan, OCR).pdf
Book of the Gradual Sayings, The Anguttara Nikaya or More-Numbered Suttas Vol. 1 (1932) (no OCR).pdf
Book of the Gradual Sayings, The Anguttara Nikaya or More-Numbered Suttas Vol. 2 (1933) (no OCR).pdf
Book of the Gradual Sayings, The Anguttara Nikaya or More-Numbered Suttas Vol. 3 (1934) (no OCR).pdf
Book of the Gradual Sayings, The Anguttara Nikaya or More-Numbered Suttas Vol. 4 (1935) (no OCR).pdf
Book of the Gradual Sayings, The Anguttara Nikaya or More-Numbered Suttas Vol. 5 (1936) (no OCR).pdf
Choong Mun-keat - The Fundamental Teachings of Early Buddhism (2000) (Scan, OCR).pdf
Dutt, Nalinaksha - Buddhist Sects in India 2nd (1978) (Scan, OCR).pdf
Easwaran, Eknath [translator] - The Dhammapada 2nd (2007) (no OCR).pdf
Gethin, Rupert - Sayings of the Buddha, New Translations from the Pali Nikayas (2008).pdf
Grimm, George - Buddhist Wisdom, The Mystery of the Self (1978) (no OCR).pdf
Grimm, George - The Doctrine of The Buddha (1958) (no OCR)


HarperCollins Women of the Way, Discovering 2500 Years of Buddhist Wisdom (2006).pdf
Harvard University Press Being a Buddhist Nun, The Struggle for Enlightenment in the Himalayas (2004).pdf
Icon Books Introducing Buddha (2005).pdf
Kluwer Academic Publishers Buddhist Logic and Epistemology, Studies in the Buddhist Analysis of Inference and Language (1986) (Scan, OCR).pdf
Kluwer Academic Publishers Psychology and Buddhism, From Individual to Global Community (2004).pdf
Lexington Books Pyrrhonism, How the Ancient Greeks Reinvented Buddhism (2008).pdf
Library of Tibetan Works and Archives The Mahamudra, Eliminating the Darkness of Ignorance (1978).pdf
Macmillan Reference An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology (1979) (Scan, OCR).pdf
Macmillan Reference Secrets of the Lotus, Studies in Buddhist Meditation (1971) (Scan, OCR).pdf
Marquette University Press A Mounting East-West Tension, Buddhist-Christian Dialogue on Human Rights Social Justice and a Global Ethic (2009).pdf
New Harbinger Publications Buddha's Way of Happiness, Healing Sorrow Transforming Negative Emotion and Finding Well-being in the Present Moment (2010).pdf
Nias Press Making Fields of Merit, Buddhist Female Ascetics and Gendered Orders in Thailand (2007).pdf
North Atlantic Books Songs of Naropa, Commentaries on Songs of Realization (1997).pdf
Oneworld Publications The Buddhist Path to Awakening, A Study of the Bodhi-Pakkhiya Dhamma (2001).pdf
Oxford University Press Buddha in the Crown, Avalokitesvara in the Buddhist Traditions of Sri Lanka (1991).pdf
Oxford University Press Buddhist Ethics, A Very Short Introduction (2005).pdf
Oxford University Press Buddhist Philosophy, Essential Readings (2009).pdf
Oxford University Press Buddhist Saints in India, A Study in Buddhist Values and Orientations (1994).pdf
Oxford University Press Buddhist Warfare (2010).pdf
Oxford University Press Haunting the Buddha, Indian Popular Religions and the Formation of Buddhism (2004).pdf
Oxford University Press Himalayan Hermitess, The Life of a Tibetan Buddhist Nun (2004).pdf
Oxford University Press Knowing Body Moving Mind, Ritualizing and Learning at Two Buddhist Centers (2011).pdf
Oxford University Press Managing Monks, Administrators and Administrative Roles in Indian Buddhist Monasticism (2008).pdf
Oxford University Press Moonshadows, Conventional Truth in Buddhist Philosophy (2011).pdf


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