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Marco Pallis praises this book by Bhikshu Sangharak-shita for the clarity with which it is written making available to a more popular audience understanding of the three main pillars of Buddhism – Buddha, doctrine and the assembly of followers. The author concludes with a short survey of popular Buddhism and here ‘he shows that all the traditional institutions, when rightly understood, provide links and keys whereby the "three jewels" are kept continually in the minds of people like a seed which, ripened by good karma, will by and by flower in complete self-dedication to "the one thing needful."’
The Three Jewels: An Introduction to BuddhismSangharak-shita, Bhikshu *Pallis, Marco Vol. 2, No. 2. ( Spring, 1968) Buddhism
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