Anagārika Dharmapāla on the World Stage: Pictorial

15 Dharmapāla at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago, 1893, with Swami Vivekānanda on his left

246 Dharmapāla ( in the far right corner) at ADYAR with Japaanese Buddhist Naguchi

 

305 Dharmapāla in USA

574 Dharmapāla on an inspection at Sarnath

584 Dharmapāla consecrating the Sarnath sima as a donation to the Sangha led by Mudugalle Siddharta (who is on the far right) of the Malwatte Chapter of the Siyam Nikāya

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anagarika lions roar

 

  • Hardcover: 728 pages
  • Publisher: Vijitha Yapa Publications, Sri Lanka; 1st edition (July 31, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9556652876
  • ISBN-13: 978-9556652871
  • ASIN: B01JIDW5X4
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ALSO SEE

Sarath Amunugama: “Ideology and Class Interest in One of Piyadasa Sirisena’s Novels: The New Image of the ‘Sinhala Buddhist’ Nationalist,” in M. Roberts (ed.)  Collective Identities, Nationalisms and Protest in Modern Sri Lanka, Colombo: Marga, 1979, pp. 314-36.

Anne Blackburn Locations of Buddhism, Colombo, Social Scientists’ Association, 2010.

Ananda Guruge (ed.) 1965 Return to Righteousness, Colombo, 1965.

Steven Kemper The Presence of the Past, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1991.

Gananath Obeyesekere: The Awakened Ones, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015.

Michael Roberts: “Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka and Sinhalese Perspectives: Barriers to Accommodation,” Modern Asian Studies, 1978, vol. 12, 353-376.

Michael Roberts: “Elite Formation and Elites,” in M. Roberts (ed.)  Collective Identities, Nationalisms and Protest in Modern Sri Lanka, Colombo: Marga, 1979, pp. 153-213.

Michael Roberts: “Stimulants and Ingredients in the Awakening of Latter-Day Nationalisms,” in M. Roberts (ed.)  Collective Identities, Nationalisms and Protest in Modern Sri Lanka, Colombo: Marga, 1979, pp. 214-40.

Michael Roberts: “The Political Antecedents of the Revivalist Elite within the MEP Coalition of 1956,” Modern Sri Lanka Studies, 1987, vol. 2: 185-220.

Michael Roberts: “For Humanity. For the Sinhalese. Dharmapala as Crusading Bosat,” Journal of Asian Studies, 1997, vol. 56, 1006-42.

Michael Roberts: “Emotion and the person in nationalist studies,” Sri Lanka Journal of the Humanities,1998, vol.24: 65-86.

Michael Roberts: “Himself and Project. A Serial Autobiography. Our Journey with a Zealot, Anagarika Dharmapala,” Social Analysis, 2000, vol. 44(1), 113-141

Michael Roberts: “The Burden of History: Obstacles to Power Sharing in Sri Lanka,” Contributions to Indian Sociology, 2001, vol. 35(1), 65-96.

Ananda Wickremaratne: The Genesis of an Orientalist, Delhi, Motilal Banardas, 1984

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