History and emergence of Buddhism is, in no way, different from the life and canons of Buddha, because whatever forms part of Buddhist teachings and philosophy, is nothing but the teachings of the great preacher.
Buddha-s teachings have a universal appeal which is a dominant factor in the spread of Buddhism. It is too hard to follow a course of onset, progress and decline, and all the other religions also had to pass through the same order.
This book explains the basic concepts governing Buddhism, with particular emphasis on its teachings and philosophy. It also focusses on Buddhism Practices, Mahayana Buddhism Zen (Ch- an) Japanese Buddhism, Tibetan, Korean and Srilankan Buddhism. A critical analysis of Buddhism about its philosophy is presented through this book.