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How School Books Destroyed Buddha Dhamma In Sri Lanka

How School Books Destroyed Buddha Dhamma In Sri Lanka - presents a thought-provoking analysis of the impact of educational materials on the traditional teachings of Buddha Dhamma (Buddhism) in Sri Lanka. Through meticulous research and critical examination, the book explores how the content and presentation of school textbooks have influenced the understanding and practice of Buddhism among the younger generations. It delves into the historical, cultural, and socio-political factors that have shaped the portrayal of Buddhism in educational materials, highlighting the distortions, omissions, and misinterpretations that have arisen over time. By shedding light on these issues, the book aims to stimulate dialogue and reflection within the Buddhist community, fostering a renewed commitment to preserving the authentic teachings of Buddha Dhamma in Sri Lanka's educational system and society at large.

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Publisher : L Jayasooriya

ISBN       : 9559674536

Pages      : 58

Weight     : 220g

Binding    : Hard Binding

Name      : How School Books Destroyed Buddha Dhamma In Sri Lanka

L Jayasooriya
L Jayasooriya


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