Author: Kadambari Kaul
Publisher: Indialog Publications
ISBN/UPC (if available): 818443006X
The “Dhammapada” contains a number of self-explanatory verses written in a style that would appeal to the lay as well as the informed reader.
These verses deal primarily with the universal subject of “human suffering”, showing us the path to the cessation of suffering and the attainment of the abiding bliss of Nirvana, in this world itself.
The verses are accompanied by a commentary and an introductory essay which apart from tracing the history of the Dhammapada, also gives us a fascinating account of the life and times of Lord Buddha, throwing light on various aspects of his philosophy.
Praise for Dhammapada
The Dhammapada contains a number of verses that deal primarily with the universal subject of human suffering, showing the path to cessation of suffering and attainment of Nirvana. The style of writing is such that would appeal to the lay as well as informed reader. A commentary and an introductory essay give an account of the life and times of Lord Buddha.
— The Statesman, 1st April 2007
DHAMMAPADA - AN INTRODUCTION
The wise Man
The Person Established in the Dhamma
The Eightfold Path
The Downward Course