6 edition of The Inconceivable Emancipation found in the catalog.
by Windhorse Publications (UK)
Written in English
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The most recent edition of this book is found in Volume 16 of The Complete Works of Sangharakshita, and is available in hardback, paperback and eBook format.
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By Sangharakshita. By Sangharakshita. A commentary on the Vimalakirti-Nirdesa. If the book is not available, please leave a. Krishna was the key political figure in overthrowing Kansa, the king of Surasena kingdom of Surasena was the native kingdom of Yadava clans constituted by the Andhakas, Vrishnis and Bhojas.
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These lectures have since been transcribed and made into a book – The Inconceivable Emancipation, which were inspired by Robert Thurman’s then recently published translation The Holy Teaching of Vimalakirti.
I highly recommend Roshi Joan Sutherland's book but only if you also read the Vimalakirti sutra in concert with it. If you're looking for more background on the sutra, I can also recommend Sangharakshita's (Inconceivable Emancipation: Themes from the Vimalakirti-Nirdesa) which brings its own important background understanding to the s: 7.