Hellmuth Hecker

Buddhist Women at the Time of the Buddha

Buddhist Women at the Time of the Buddha

A small booklet containing the following: the Verses of Final Knowledge of Bhikkhunī Sujātā; Queen Mallikā; What Cannot Be Got (The Buddha’s Words to King Pasenadi on Queen Mallikā’s Death); Khemā of Great Wisdom; Bhaddā Kuṇḍalakesā (The Former Jain Ascetic); Kisāgotamī (The Mother with the Dead Child); Soṇā (With Many Children); Nandā (The Half-Sister of the Awakened One); Queen Sāmāvatī; Paṭācārā (Preserver of the Vinaya).


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About Hellmuth Hecker

Hellmuth Hecker (October 12, 1923 - January 7, 2017) was a lawyer and a German interpreter of Theravada Buddhism, chronicler of Buddhism in Germany, and translator of the Pali Canon.

You yourselves must strive, the Buddhas only point the way

Buddha, Dhp 276

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