The seer and poet, singer and saint have been the deep stream of life in various lands sharing the etemity of Dharma with India. From the snowy north of Buryatia and Mongolia, to Nepal and Tibet in the lap of the Himalayas, and going up to East Asia there is an interwovenness of culture with India. It is a thread that weaves its way through the fabric of history and of individual lives to our day. In the words of Milarepa the great cotton-clad yogi of Tibet the radiant rays of Dharma and the glory of Life open wide the petals of the lotus of the heart.
The volume begins with Nepal the abode of Pasupati Siva whence Prof. Raghu Vira got the photostats of an 11th century manuscript of the Ramayana. In 1961 he went to Kathmandu to discuss his new concept of microplanning. Father got the Tibetan Astasahasrika with its rich pantheon from Kathmandu.
**Contents and Sample Pages**
Language & Literature (443)
Sacred Sites (102)
Tantric Buddhism (87)
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