Facing Mount Kanchenjunga

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Windhorse Publications, 29.04.2014. - 512 страница
In 1950 Kalimpong was a lively trading town in the intrigue-ridden corner of India that borders Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim and Tibet. Finding a welcome in this town, nestled high in the mountains, were a bewildering array of guests and settlers, including Sangharakshita, a young English monk. In this delightful volume of memoirs, Sangharakshita shares the incidents and insights of his early years in Kalimpong, including a meeting with Dr B.R. Ambedkar and his friendship with Lama Anagarika Govinda.
 

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On My Own in Kalimpong
A New Gate Opens
Stepping Stones
The Spirit of the Hills
Widening Circles
Acceptance and Rejection
Burma Raja and the Devas
Repairing the Damage
The Hermitage
Kindred Spirits
Contrasts in Kathmandu
A Big Setback
The Near and the
The Enemy of the Church
Discovering Dharmapala
A Reenshrinement and a Reunion

Traditions and Individual Talents
Preparing To Receive The Sacred Relics
Pretexts and Processions
Discussions in Bombay and Deolali
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