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The Universal Perspective of Mahayana Buddhism

by Sangharakshita (1971)

Sangharakshita explores the contrast between Hinayana ('Little Vehicle') and Mahayana ('Great Vehicle') Buddhism. Pursuing the theme of the Mahayana, he outlines its path, its historical roots and its principal scriptures, particularly the White Lotus Sutra.

Talk given in 1971.

This talk is part of the series Parables, Myths and Symbols of Mahayana Buddhism in the White Lotus Sutra.

Total running time: 1:26:17