Conference: Buddhism and Conflict in Sri Lanka

SSN 1076-9005 Volume 10 2003 Bath Conference on “Buddhism and Conflict in Sri Lanka”    Theravāda Attitudes Toward Violence Dr. Mahinda Deegalle Recording, Translating and Interpreting Sri Lankan Chronicle Data Bhikku Professor Dhammavihari Response to Ven. Prof. Dhammavihari Prof. Heinz Bechert The Buddha’s Attitude Toward Social Concerns as Depicted in the Pāli Canon Dr. Mudagamuwe … Continue reading Conference: Buddhism and Conflict in Sri Lanka

Bibliography on Sinhala Buddhism

ISSN:1076-9005 Volume 4 1997 A Bibliography on Sinhala Buddhism Mahinda Deegalle Kyoto University Scholars identify the Theravāda form of Buddhism that grew in Sri Lanka as Sinhala Buddhism. The adjective Sinhala is both a reference to an ethnic group—Sinhala people, the majority population in Sri Lanka—and to an Indo-European language—Sinhala, spoken by the Sinhala public. … Continue reading Bibliography on Sinhala Buddhism