Cultures of Buddhist Manuscripts

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Buddhist Manuscript Cultures is a book that explores the religious and cultural practices of premodern Asia through the lens of Buddhist texts. It emphasizes the significance of the material forms of these texts rather than their doctrinal contents. Written by scholars in Buddhist Studies, the book takes a multidisciplinary approach, combining religious studies, art history, anthropology, and history. Published by Taylor & Francis Group, the book is available in English as a 212-page paperback. It provides insights into how and why Buddhist texts were made, shedding light on the intersection of literature, art, and spirituality in Buddhist traditions.


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