Sacred Books of the East (POD)
Routledge – 2013
These subsets of the Sacred Books of the East series include translations of all the most important works of the seven non-Christian religions which have exercised a profound influence on the civilizations of the continent of Asia. The Vedic Brahmanic System claims 21 volumes, Buddhism 10, and Jainism 2; 8 volumes comprise Sacred Books of the Parsees; 2 volumes represent Islam; and 6 the two main indigenous systems of China. The works were translated by twenty leading authorities in their respective fields.
The Upanisads 0700715401 | The Sacred Laws of the Aryas 070071541X | The Sacred Books of China 0700715428 | The Zend Avesta 0700715436 | Pahlavi Texts 0700715444 | The Qur'an 0700715452 | The Institutes of Vishnu 0700715460 | The Bhagavadgita with the Sanatsujatiya and the Anugita 0700715479 | The Dhammapada, Sutta-Nipata 0700715487 | Buddhist Suttas 0700715495 | The Satapatha Brahmana 0700715347 | Vinaya Texts 0700715355 | The Fo-Sho-Hing-Tsan-King 0700715363 | The Saddharma-Pundarika or The Lotus of the True Law 0700715371 | Jaina Sutras 070071538X | Manu 0700715398 | The Grihya-Sutras 0700715266 | Vedic Hymns 0700715274 | The Minor Law Books 0700715282 | The Vedanta-Sutras 0700715290 | The Questions of King Milinda 0700715509 | Hymns of the Atharva-Veda 0700715517 | The Vedanta-Sutras with Ramanuja's Sribhasya 0700715525 | Buddhist Mahayana Texts 0700715533 | Index 0700715541