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January 26, 2017


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I would like to thank you for pointing out to me the book by G.C. Pande, Studies in the Origins of Buddhism. Pande digs to find the lost gold buried in the Pali texts. Studying the Advaita Vedânta, in particular Shankara's philosophy of adhyâsa (super-imposition), seems to me to leave little doubt as to its perfect agreement, or at least common deep philosophical grounds, with the Yogacara school and in particular the Lankavatara. The golden fragments and sections that Pande pinpoints in the Pali canon seem to me to prove that this was the original attainment and gnôsis of the Buddha.

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