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Buddhism in Kerala

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Published by Administrator in Registrar, Annamalai University

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        StatementRegistrar, Annamalai University
        PublishersRegistrar, Annamalai University
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        LC Classifications1949
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
        1
        2no. 8
        3Annamalai University historical series ;

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According to the Sangam tradition, there was a famous Buddhist chatty a temple at Vanchi Karur and a Palli Bana Perumal became a Buddhist. For Ezhavas in Travancore and Malabar, their Tharavad name were identified through their mother's house Thavazhi but some other families the in Cochin area excluding Kanayannur Taluk were Buddhism in Kerala through by their father's Tharavadu.

Krishnan-led historic spatial reclamation in Calicut was comparable to the inter-dining organized by Sahodaran Ayyappan in Cherai in 1917 and the bullock-cart ride of Ayyankali in 1890s that asserted the basic right to use public roads by the Untouchables. Many from the community were Kottaram Vaidyan palace physicians of important kings in the region Traditional toxicology Many Ezhava families were practitioners of Visha chikitsa toxicology for decades, treating poison from bites of snakes, scorpions, etc.

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Neo Buddhism in Kerala: The Legacy of Mithavadi C Krishnan

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New Delhi: Srisatguru Publications, 1970. The most important Buddhist shrines in ancient South India were : Amaravati, Nagarjunakonda, Bhattiprolu, Ghantasala and Jaggyyapetta in Andhra; Vanavasi in Karnataka; Vanji or Vanchi in Kerala; and Kanchi and Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu. The Brahmins, envious of the prosperity of this pilgrim town and in order to discourage people from going there, invented the absurd theory that one who dies in Harramba goes to hell, or is reborn as an ass, while he who dies in Kashi, the citadel of Brahminism, goes straight to heaven.

sufferings of life 2, causes of sufferings : Desires 3. It was discovered in headless condition. The role of statues are only in instilling in us the qualities that the Buddha embodied — Buddhism in Kerala, compassion, clarity of mind and the triumph over emotions. Kaviyoor, incidentally, is one of the 64 brahmin settlements linked to Parasurama.

As a subject of British Malabar, Krishnan had had the Buddhism in Kerala for higher education, which was then denied to Avarnas in Cochin and Travancore states. Chennai: The South India Saiva Siddhantha Works Publishing Society, 1978. Another notion is that they reached Kerala in 68 A. Daily puja in a Hindu temple is conducted by the chief priest and his helpers.

A large number of Buddha-images have been discovered in the coastal districts of Alleppey and Quilon; the most important Buddha-image is the famous Karumati Kuttan near Ambalappuzha.