Buddhism, a religion and a philosophy has spread teachings like All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become, Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else, you are the one getting burned. Supriya Rai, with her work, Spiritual Masters: The Buddha allows the reader to absorb the significance of the teachings of Buddhism. In Spiritual Masters: The Buddha, Supriya Rai has used the perspectives of Buddhas son and disciple, Rahula, King Bimbisaras charioteer, Triguna and Ananda who was Buddhas cousin, disciple as well as his attendant. Retaining the element of fiction, Triguna is a character that is fictitious. Supriya Rai has done a splendid job in the intermingling of these three characters and beautifully bringing out the inner meaning of the ideals preached by Buddha.
Supriya Rai has a doctorate in Buddhist Studies from the University of Mumbai and is currently pursuing research on Buddhist meditation. Her other areas of interest are the study of Japanese and Sanskrit.
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