Family Planning and Birth Control in Buddhist Perspective

Author: Louis van Loon
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No of Pages: 33
Edition: na
Year of Publication: na
File Size: 400 KB
Permission: Available through the generosity of the Buddhist Publication Society.
Blurb: Buddhism’s attitude to fertility and procreation was different from the traditional Hindu outlook. The Buddha considered married life to be an obstacle to the fruit of his path. The “best life,” he maintained, could be had by “going forth” from worldly society and becoming a monastic celibate.
Notes: Contents at end of book. Notes.
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