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Nagarjuna's Precious Garland: Buddhist Advice For Living And Liberation Paperback – Jan 26 2007

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Nagarjuna is renowned for his analysis of reality May 18 2007
By Midwest Book Review - Published on
Format: Paperback
Nagarjuna is renowned for his analysis of reality, and in PRECIOUS GARLAND he offers up ideas on how to live a life reflecting Buddhist principles. From improving one's condition over the course of a lifetime to achieving spiritual and social satisfaction, PRECIOUS GARLAND is more than spiritual philosophy: it offers up a formula applying Buddhist thinking and principles to everyday life and personal evolution, making for a top pick spiritual collections will want.

Diane C. Donovan

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A Must April 23 2013
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Nagarjuna means to me the greatest and more profound thinker that ever walked this earth. His analysis of reality, his observations, his logic and dialectic has convinced me of his incredible talent and insights.
As an advice, his writings are mainly in stanzas and most be read very slow and every word has its hidden meaning!
This is a deep philosopher with an astonishing view of reality, with a very different approach to those we are familiar with!
I recommend ALL his texts and writing. I have read most of them and revise them once in a while.
Unfortunately, I'm not an scholar on this field. Nagarjuna makes me dream with Nalanda University and all the explosion of ideas that existed there 2000 years ago, same ideas and doubts we question and try to understand today!