Buddhism, Human Rights and Social Renewal VIEW ALL BOOKS Purchase this Publication Book Price: (include stardard airmail service) Hong Kong : HK$ 60.00 Outside Hong Kong : US$ 25.00 Cheque payment: US$ 32.00 The radical elements of early Buddhism have now been submerged by dominant social values… Yet canonical works clearly indicate that the first Buddhists raised a banner of revolt against caste, priestcraft, tyranny and social injustice. This submerged tradition can be recovered and revivified. It can provide inspiration for Buddhists and others who are committed to social renewal and creation of just and humane society. by Nalin Swaris Published in December 2000 by the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), 140 pages, Language: English. ISBN – 962-8314-11-4 / 962-8341-11-9 For orders and enquiries: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +(852) 2698 6339 +(852) 2698 6339. Click here to download this publication in PDF format.