International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 1, Part C (2014)
Buddhism-Its Philosophy and Feature of Education
Dr. Pragya Aggarwal
It is known through the Tripitak books that in Buddha’s time and before him, the discussion on self, world, other world, sins and libration etc. were very common. Politically, the country was divided into different small states whose inhabitants used languages. The philosophical systems did not assume a systematic form so far. The Vedas were considered to be sacred in the spiritual field. Most of the time was wasted in useless discussions. Thus philosophy became a verbal jugglery. In the religious field, there was more emphasis on miracles rather than communion with God. The ethics was based on religion and religion depended on God. Hence the efforts importance of human efforts and the sense of responsibility was disappearing. Everywhere one could find superstitions, useless discussions and irresponsible behavior.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Pragya Aggarwal. Buddhism-Its Philosophy and Feature of Education. International Journal of Applied Research. 2014; 1(1): 118-119.