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Dhamma on Air #24 Audio

09-09-2016

Dhamma on Air #24 Audio: Cosmology and Genesis

https://soundcloud.com/bhikkhu-samahita/dhamma-on-air-24-audio

Corresponding Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyVijoNjrZo

Dhamma Questions answered:

Q47: Has Lord Buddha ever said studying Universes, Stars and Galaxies is a useless thing?

Q48: Has Lord Buddha ever said starting of Mankind happened from the evolution of Apes?

Q49: How did the planet Earth and mankind emerge according to Lord Buddha?

Q50: How does the End of the world and universe happen according to Lord Buddha?

Q51: Please explain the universal cosmology briefly according to Lord Buddhas Discourses?

Long Speeches of the Buddha. Digha Nikaya 27 on Genesis and Cosmology:
The Aggañña Sutta: On Understanding the Beginning.
Book: The Long Discourses of the Buddha. 1996
Fair Digha Nikaya translation by Maurice Walshe.
http://store.pariyatti.org/Long-Discourses-of-the-Buddha_p_1542.html

Links to Buddhist Cosmology
https://what-buddha-said.net/library/ati_website/html/ptf/dhamma/sagga/loka.html

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