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Manual of a mystic; being a translation from the Pali and Sinhalese work entitled The Yogāvachara's manual, by F. L. Woodward, ed., with introductory essay, by Mrs. Rhys Davids.

Related Names: Davids, Caroline A. F. Rhys 1857-1942, ed., Woodward, F. L. 1870 or 1871-1952, tr.
Language(s): English
Published: London, Pub. for the Pali text society by H. Milford, 1916.
Note: The original manuscript bears no title either at the beginning or end. The text was published for the Pali text society by T. W. Rhys Davids with title "The Yogāvacara's manual of Indian mysticism as practised by Buddhists", London, 1896.
At head of title: Pali text society.
Physical Description: xxi, [1], 159 p. 23 cm.
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