Tibetan & Indian Religions

3.00 crs.

Knowledge-Values Courses: Religious Studies II
World Religions

This course surveys the primary religious traditions of India as well as the development of Vajrayana Buddhism in northern India and its elaboration and preservation in Tibet. Attention is paid to discovering contemporary expressions of the Indian and Tibetan religions in order to consider the ways they are changing to remain relevant in today’s postmodern and globalized societies.

This course replaces RELS U277.

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