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[The ten stories pre enlightenment of Buddha] / Talanyeh Panditha
Bib ID 384428
Format BookBook
Author
Talanyeh Panditha
 
Description Bangkok : Jonda Nama Bhikku Ponnya khondha cara Monastary, Einda Kheinla Nagara (aka) Phrapadeng District (Formally known as Ratana Ghoseindara Maha Nagra), 2451 [1908] 
78 p. ; 24 cm. 
Summary

The Mon and Pali languages book, compiled to the ten full story of the pre-enlightenment of the Buddha with written in old Mon script version in a poetic literature in Mon vs Pali.

Notes

Text in Mon and Pali.

Subjects Gautama Buddha.  |  Enlightenment (Buddhism)  |  Dharma (Buddhism)

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