By Thich Thien-an
Recently, Vietnam has aroused the eye of the Western global and made the duty of knowing Vietnamese Buddhism extra valuable. This Buddhist ebook supplies a entire account of Buddhism in Vietnam and many of the Zen Buddhist faculties in Vietnam and their relation to Buddhism in different Asian nations. scholars of Vietnamese tradition and Zen Buddhism will locate this penetrating and enlightening learn of incalculable value.
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