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Genesis of Indigenous Chakma Budhist And Their Pulverization Worldwide

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ISBN: 9788178357584    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2009     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 308        Language: English
Description About The Author:- A well known and respected freelance writer with several publications to his credit, S.P. Talukdar, initially commenced a career in merchant shipping and travelled far and wide...Read more
Description About The Author:- A well known and respected freelance writer with several publications to his credit, S.P. Talukdar, initially commenced a career in merchant shipping and travelled far and wide across seven seas. However, it was a career in the state civil sevice which beckoned him and he served as an administrative officer in a state in the north eastern part of India where he spent most of his best years of his eventful life and where he had the opportunity to further interact closely with the members of the minority Buddhist indegenious tribes and understand the challenges that were being faced by the members of such tribes. These experiences motivated him to write on the origin, history and present plight of one of such Buddhist tribes - the chakma Buddhist Tribe, after having retired voluntarily from the government services as Director Relief and rehabilitation, thus owing no allegiance to any authority, he set out to write on these Buddhist tribes with no restrictions, reservations or prejudices. One of his accredited tasks in initiating the DNA study on the origin of the Sakyas, the tribe to which Gautam Buddha was born, which study was conducted by Dr. Mark G. Thomas of London University. He was also a visiting member of the Buddhist Organisation Amida Trust, London.Contents:- Contents, Preface 11, Introduction 13, Prologue 15, 1. Progenetory 25, 2. Sprinkling of Chakma 41, 3. Buddhism Religious Faith of Daily Life 143, 4. Chakma Language and Script 211, 5. The Holocaust of Human Rights 237, Conclusion 285, Bibliography 289, Index 293About The Book:- The Book Has Been Written Eclectically All Encompassing Informations Of Buddhist Chakmas. The Book's Locale On The Valleys Of The River Karnaphuli The Native Land Of Indigenous Buddhist Chakmas-A Factive Description Of Them And In Faggots Of Coverings, Who's Ageing Feeling They Belong To Sakyan Family In Which Gautama Buddha Was Born. As We Get To Know From History That There Was Not A Single Buddhist In India More Than One Thousand Years Back, Barring The Buddhist Hill Tribes Chakmas In The Erstwhile East Bengal Province At One Time, The Last Remnants Of Sakyan Buddhist Purfling Buddhism That Remained Unperfidiousness In Them. It May Be A Racy Presentation And It May Not Be Fragile To Say: "Buddhism, In India Without Chakmas Is Nothing, Chakmas, Without Buddhism In India, Is Nothing," The Indigenous Chakmas Are Now In Holocaust Winter-The Sands Of Time Is Running Out Of Them. Unesco Declared Buddhism World Religion (Effectual Means Of Preserving Peace) On The Buddha Purnima Day On 13Th May (Saturday), 2006. One Would Cash This Check Getting Into The Real, With Worthwhile Documents., About The Author:- A Well Known And Respected Freelance Writer With Several Publications To His Credit, S.P. Talukdar, Initially Commenced A Career In Merchant Shipping And Travelled Far And Wide Across Seven Seas. However, It Was A Career In The State Civil Sevice Which Beckoned Him And He Served As An Administrative Officer In A State In The North Eastern Part Of India Where He Spent Most Of His Best Years Of His Eventful Life And Where He Had The Opportunity To Further Interact Closely With The Members Of The Minority Buddhist Indegenious Tribes And Understand The Challenges That Were Being Faced By The Members Of Such Tribes. These Experiences Motivated Him To Write On The Origin, History And Present Plight Of One Of Such Buddhist Tribes - The Chakma Buddhist Tribe, After Having Retired Voluntarily From The Government Services As Director Relief And Rehabilitation, Thus Owing No Allegiance To Any Authority, He Set Out To Write On These Buddhist Tribes With No Restrictions, Reservations Or Prejudices. One Of His Accredited Tasks In Initiating The Dna Study On The Origin Of The Sakyas, The Tribe To Which Gautam Buddha Was Born, Which Study Was Conducted By Dr. Mark G. Thomas Of London University. He Was Also A Visiting Member Of The Buddhist Organisation Amida Trust, London., Content:- Contents, Preface 11, Introduction 13, Prologue 15, 1. Progenetory 25, 2. Sprinkling Of Chakma 41, 3. Buddhism Religious Faith Of Daily Life 143, 4. Chakma Language And Script 211, 5. The Holocaust Of Human Rights 237, Conclusion 285, Bibliography 289, Index 293
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