Eastern Philosophy

  1. Hindu: Geeta( htmlprose) | Mahabharat( html) | Ramayan( html) | Rig Veda( html) | Sama Veda( html) | Yajur Veda( html) | White Yajur Veda( html) | Atharva Veda( html) | Manu Smriti( html) | Sacred Laws of the Âryas I( html) | Sacred Laws of the Âryas II( html) | Chanakya (Philosophy( III ) Economy ( III ) | Tirukural( I ) | Upanishads ( I )
  2. Buddhist: The Eightfold Path( html) | Life of Buddha( html) | Zen Bible(html) | Gospel( html) | Tibetan( html) | Zen( html) | Chinese( html) | Creed of Buddha( html) | Dhammapada( html) | Sutta( html) | Vinaya I(html) | Vinaya II( html) | Vinaya III( html) | Dialogues( html) | Questions of King Milinda( html) | Udana( html) | Jataka I( html) | Jataka II( html) | Jataka III( html) | Mahayana( html) | Saddharma-Pundarika( html)
  3. Confucianism (Confucius 551-479 BCE China) : Analects( texthtml) | Doctrine of the Mean( texthtml) | Great Learning( texthtml) | Confician Canon( texthtml) | Mencius( texthtml) | Five Classics( IIIIIIIVVVI) | Shundai Zatsuwa( html)
  4. Lao-tzu (6th century BCE China): Tao-te Ching( texthtmlAlternative)
  5. Sun Tzu (4th century BCE China): Art of War( texthtml)
  6. Tagore (1861-1941 India): Gitanjali( html) | Saddhana( html) | Crescent Moon( html) | Fruit-Gathering( html) | Stray Birds( html) | Home and the World( html) | Thought Relics( html) | Songs of Kabir( html)

 

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