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" The countries of India respect them and follow them. The day is not sufficient for asking and answering profound questions. From morning till night they engage in discussion; the old and the young mutually help one another. "
A History of Civilisation in Ancient India - Pągina 148
per Romeshi Ciiunder Dut - 1893
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Buddhism in Its Connexion with Brāhmanism and Hindūism ..., Volum 63;Volum 165

Sir Monier Monier-Williams - 1889 - 563 pągines
...highest ability. Their conduct is pure and unblamable, although the rules of the monastery are severe. The day is not sufficient for asking and answering profound questions. From morning till night the monks engage in discussion ; the old and the young mutually helping one another. Those who cannot...
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Xi You Ji : Buddhist Records of the Western World: Da Tang Xi you ji. Books 6-12

Xuanzang - 1906
...the moral law. The rules of this convent are severe, and all the priests are bound to observe them. The countries of India respect them and follow them....another. Those who cannot discuss questions out of the Tripitalca are little esteemed, and are obliged to hide themselves for shame. Learned men from different...
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The Essence of Buddhism

Pokala Lakshmi Narasu - 1907 - 212 pągines
...highest ability. Their conduct is pure and unblamable, although the rules of the monastery are severe. The day is not sufficient for asking and answering profound questions. From morning till night the monks engage in discussion, the old and the young mutually helping one another. Those who cannot...
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New Light on Early Buddhism

Balkrishna Govind Gokhale - 1994 - 208 pągines
...the moral law. The rules of this convent are severe, and all the priests are bound to observe them. The countries of India respect them and follow them....the old and the young mutually help one another." The rules of admission were very rigorous and the institution boasted of many renowned teachers such...
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Si-Yu-Ki: Buddhist Records of the Western World, Volum 2

Samuel Beal - 2000 - 380 pągines
...the moral law. The rules of this convent are severe, and all the priests are bound to observe them. The countries of India respect them and follow them....another. Those who cannot discuss questions out of the Tripifaka are little esteemed, and are obliged to hide themselves for shame. Learned men from different...
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Virtuous Bodies: The Physical Dimensions of Morality in Buddhist Ethics

Susanne Mrozik - 2007 - 200 pągines
...the moral law. The rules of this convent are severe, and all the priests are bound to observe them. The countries of India respect them and follow them....who cannot discuss questions out of the Tripitaka [Buddhist canon] are little esteemed and are obliged to hide themselves for shame. Learned men from...
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Glimpses of Indian Heritage

Raman Varadara, Raman Varadara Staff - 1993 - 311 pągines
...Buddhists, attempted to assassinate him. On life at Nalanda University, Hiuen Tsang had this to say: "The day is not sufficient for asking and answering...questions. From morning till night they engage in discussions. The old and the young mutually help one another." He describes the ancient scholars of...
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