[INDOLOGY] quote search

Stella Sandahl stella.sandahl at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 10:29:46 UTC 2017

The most original interpretation of this famous passage is by the late Ronald Morton Smith.
"What Was One's Own Language? Vinaya 2.139". The article can be found in
Contacts between Cultures: South Asia 2 (Selected Papers  from the 33rd International Congress 
of Asian and North African  Studies (Toronto, Aigust 15-25, 1990). Ed. by  K.L. Koppedrayer,
Lewiston 1992, pp, 240-241

Best regards to all
Stella Sandahl
University of Toronto

On Mar 17, 2017, at 5:42 AM, alakendu das via INDOLOGY <indology at list.indology.info> wrote:

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> In fact, Buddha always insisted on delivering his teachings in Ardha-Magadhi Prakrit ,which was 
> the local vernacular in around Magadha.
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andhaµ tama˙ pravißanti ye ‘vidyåm upåsate tato bhËya iva te tamo ya u vidyåyåµ ratå˙ ||
B®hadåraˆyaka Upanisad IV.4.10

“Those who worship ignorance enter into blind darkness.  Those who are devoted to knowledge enter, as it were, into a greater darkness.”



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