Heterodoxe lehren und ihre widerlegung im Kālacakra-tantra

in Indo-Iranian Journal
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Abstract

At the end of the second chapter of the Buddhist Kālacakra-Tantra (dated c. 10th century) we find a group of verses in which several doctrines are characterized and criticized: Brahmanism, Vaisnavism, Śaivism, materialism, Islam and Jainism. Moreover the text refers to Buddhism itself as well as the so-called heterodox Buddhist schools. It is the only old Sanskrit text known until now in which the Islam is mentioned and recognized as a doctrine.

Heterodoxe lehren und ihre widerlegung im Kālacakra-tantra

in Indo-Iranian Journal

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