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A unique and fascinating collection of 37 rare, hidden and out-of-print vintage books, compiled together for the first time in one collection. Covering all aspects of one of the world's largest and most interesting religions - BUDDHISM.

You can discover the life of Buddha, his doctrines, his teachings, his beliefs, his original order and his philosophy. You can learn about practicing Buddhism through ancient Buddhist scriptures and sacred texts. Uncover the history of Siddhartha Gautama and the origins of the ancient religion. These books reveal ancient stories, legends, customs and traditions of the Buddha's followers.

Some of these books are extremely rare and provide a valuable reference and research tool for anyone with an interest in The Buddha and Buddhism as a religion.

See the full list below;

The Manual Of Zen Buddhism by D. T. Suzuki (1921)

The Light of Asia by E. Arnold (1894) +++

A Buddhist Bible by D. Goddard (1921) +++

Dhammapada And The Sutta Nipata by F. M. Muller (1881) **

31 Planes Of Existence by Jinavamsa (1891)

Esoteric Buddhism by A. P. Sinnett (1889) +++

The Dhammapada, a Collection of Verses; Being One Of The Canonical Books Of The Buddhists by Max Muller (1881) ++++

Buddha and Buddhism by Arthur Lillie (1900)

The Gospel Of Buddha by P. Carus (1917) ++

The Questions Of King Milinda Pts. 1 & 2 by T. W. Rhys Davids (1890) ++

The Tree Of Wisdom by Nagarjuna (1919) ++

A Buddhist Catechism by H. S. Olcott (1908)

A Record Of Buddhistic Kingdoms by J. Legge (1886)

Buddha His Life, His Teachings by M. N. Shastri (1901)

Buddhist Mahayana Texts Pts. 1 & 2 by E. Cowell (1894)

Buddhist Suttas by T. W. Rhys Davids (1881)

Early Buddhism by T. W. Rhys Davids (1908)

Eastern Stories and Legends by M. L. Shedlock (1920)

Nirvâna - A Story of Buddhist Psychology by P. Carus (1902)

Sermons Of A Buddhist Abbot Zen For Americans by S. Shaku (1906)

Buddhist Scriptures by E. J. Thomas (1913)

The Buddhist praying-wheel - a collection of material bearing upon the symbolism of the wheel and circular movements in custom and religious ritual by W. Simpson (1896)

The Dhammapada by Suriyagoda Sumangala Thera (1914)

The Essence of Buddhism by P. Lakshmi Narasu (1907)

The Gateless Gate by Ekai, called Mu-Mon (1921)

The Gods of Northern Buddhism by A. Getty (1914)

The Jataka or stories of the Buddha's former births Vols. 1, 2, 3 & 6 by E. B. Cowell (1895)

The legends and theories of the Buddhists, compared with history and science, with introductory notices of the life and system of Gotama Buddha by R. S. Hardy (1866)

The Life Of Buddha by A. F. Herold (1922)

The life of the Buddha and the early history of his order by W. W. Rockhill (1907)

The life, or legend, of Gaudama, the Buddha of the Burmese Vol. 2 by P. Bigandet (1911)

The Saddharma Pundarika by H. Kern (1884)

The Soul Of a People by H. Fielding (1902)

The Way Of The Buddha by H. Baynes (1913)

The Way to Nirvana by L. de la Vallée Poussin (1917)

The wheel of the law. Buddhism, illustrated from Siamese sources by the Modern Buddhist, a Life of Buddha, and an account of the Phrabat by H. Alabaster (1871)

The word of the Buddha; an outline of the ethico-philosophical system of the Buddha in the words of the Pali canon, together with explanatory notes by B. Nyanatiloka (1907)

This amazing collection of 37 rare and out-of-print books provide 1000's of pages of facinating content and compelling illustrations for the reader. All books have been personally reviewed by The Lost Book Project and checked for their authenticity. The Books are presented in PDF format, easy to read on your laptop, tablet and mobile via an instantly downloadable file. 


After purchasing, you'll have instant access to download all of the books in this collection. A link will also be emailed to you, allowing you to easily download the PDF files to your laptop or computer, or directly to your mobile or tablet. You can even transfer the files to your Kindle or e-reader, or print the pages using a printer. If you prefer, you can also order these books on a USB device, which will be sent to you in a sleek presentation gift box from the United Kingdom.

This extensive collection has been carefully curated, preserved, and distributed by The Lost Book Project, and is only available here.

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