Buddhist Monks and Monasteries of India: Their History and Their Contribution to Indian Culture

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INDEX
(In Order of English Alphabet) (Note--'ā' follows 'a'; 'ś" follows 's';'A'
Abbhāna, 88, 89
Abhayākara-gupta, 345, 346 fn.I, 362, 379
Abhidhamma, 92, 114, 121, 174, 183, 249, 253, 322
Abhidhamma-Kathā, 92
Abhidhamāvatāra, 260
Abhidharma-kosś, 280-282, 284, 286 fn. 1, 315, 325
Abhidharma śāstra, 314
Adhikaraṇa, 71 fn.1, 86 fn.1, 89, 90
Adhikaraṇa-samatha(s), 68, 71, 90
Aḍḍhayoga, 93,95
Aisles, 147, 188
Aitareya (upaniṣad), 37
Aitareya-Brāhmaṇa, 41
Ajanta, 25, 141, 142 (style of painting), 143 (school, murals), 150, 153, 155, 159, 160, 163-165, 192, 199, 224 fn.1
Ajātsatru, 86, 102
Alaṅkāra, 264, 270
Alexander (the Great), 43, 107
Aliyavasāni, 111
Almsman (-men), 35 (wandering), 36, 42, 45, 49, 52
Amarāvatī, 83, 118, 124, 126, 134-136, 149 fn.3, 187, 194, 221, 256
Amata, 22
Amoghavajra, 350
Anāthapiṇḍada, 62-64
AndhrabhZṛtyas, 124, 125
Antarā-muttaka, 56
Anti-authoritarian principle, 170
Anumati, 90
Anussāvanā, 89
Aṅguttara Nikāya, 47, 49 fn.2, 52 fn.1, 111, 112, 250 fn.2, 258, 259, 322
Aparśailīas, 83, 136
Aparihāniyā Dhammā, 85
Apattādhikaraṅa, 89
Apsidal, 145, 147, 148, 223
Arhaśāstra(s), 85, 86, 195
Aryanism, 41
Aryanized, 42
Aryan tradition, 40
Asaṅga, 243, 247, 261, 262, 266, 268, 277, 281, 283, 284, 283, 306 fn.1
Asaṅga story, 247
Asoka(n), 27, 28, 43, 80, 102, 103, 104, 107, 108, 109-119, 140, 182, 183, 186, 187, 215-217, 220, 325, 376
Asoka-Sātavāhana Age, 99, 117
Asoka's Edict(s), 43 fn.1, 49, 80 fn.4, 101 fn.2, 104 fn.2, 108-114, 117, 118 fn.2, 183 fn.1
Asokārāma Monastery, 251
Assaji (monk), 50
Aśvaghoṣa, 238, 245, 263, 268, 270, 272 fn.1, 277, 278, 307
Aśvamedha, 126
Aṭṭa-saraṇa, 75
Aṭṭaṅga-uposatha, 104, 113
Avadāna-kalpalatā, 197
Avalokana (or Avalokita) Sūtra, 185
Avalokiteśvara(s), 154, 160, 271 fn.2, 320, 337
Acalokiteśvara Litany, 160
Avatāras, 196
Ācariy(s), 47, 50, 235, 309
Ācāra, 287
Ācārya(s), 30, 31, 126, 161, 240, 242, 244, 247, 248, 252, 264, 268, 271, 273-278, 282, 284, 289 (śāstra master), 292, 333, 338, 362, 378
Ācāryopādhyāya, 54
Ājīvaka, 97
Ālocanā, 72
Āmrakādeva, 221, 222
Āraññaka(s), 54, 103, 161
Āraṇyakas, 73
Ārāma(s), 25, 55, 56, 58-63, 65, 67, 69, 75, 88, 92-95, 97, 102-104, 151, 171
Ārāmika, 59
Ārāmika-pesaka, 59
Āsana-peṭhikas, 150
Āśrama(s), 39, 41, 210 fn. I(matha)
Āvāsa(s), 25, 54-59, 67, 69, 75, 82-84, 88, 92-95, 102-104, 151, 152, 171, 172, 177, 249
Āvāsakappa, 84, 172, 177
Āvāsika(s), 57, 93
Āyaka, 128
Āyaka-pillars (-stambhas), 128, 129
'B'
Bahujana, 22, 26, 35, 51
Bahussuta, 30, 336
Bappāpādiya Monastery, 225, 291, 292 fn.1 (Bappaāpāda)
Bāgh caves, 25, 97, 162, 163, 165, 199
Bāhmani coins, 154
Bāhujañña, 22, 23
Bāvarī, 122

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