|1. The Buddhist Saints and the Two-Tiered Model of Buddhism , ||15|
|The Two-Tiered Model , ||15|
|Some Ideological Features of the Two-Tiered Model , ||23|
|2. Buddha Śākyamuni as a Saint , ||44|
|Buddha Śākyamuni's Life as Paradigm , ||47|
|Some Historical Considerations , ||61|
|3. Saints of the Theragāthā and Therīgāthā , ||79|
|4. Some Orthodox Saints in Buddhism , ||105|
|A Preeminent Saint among the Buddha's Disciples: Mahākāśyapa , ||105|
|A Latter-day Orthodox Buddhist Saint: Upagupta , ||118|
|A Paradigmatic Saint of Settled Monasticism: Śāriputra , ||131|
|5. Saints Criticized and Condemned , ||151|
|A Criticized Saint: Piṇḍolabhāradvāja , ||151|
|A Condemned Saint: Devadatta , ||162|
|6. Cults of Arhants , ||179|
|The Sixteen Arhants , ||179|
|The Chinese Pilgrims on the Cult of Arhants , ||187|
|7. The Solitary Saint, the Pratyekabuddha , ||213|
|Images of Pratyekabuddhas , ||214|
|Some Questions of Interpretation , ||232|
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Book title: Buddhist Saints in India:A Study in Buddhist Values and Orientations.
Contributors: Reginald A. Ray - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: xi.
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