Buddhism for the Agricultural Societies

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Kanthacha Winyuwiriwong


The Buddha’s teachings about the agricultural development are according to the social contexts are the best practices which are the suitable practices call “ The Middle Paths ” or the 8 Noble Paths. The Buddha taught about the benefit and the happiness to be searched  by the people at the 3 levels :- The first level is the present benifit the second level is the future benefit and the third one is the hightest benefit which is the Paramatta Benefit. The Doctrinal Principles causing the benefit and the happiness to arise in this word are Bayaggha Dhammas  and the formular of KÛtadanta SÛtra and 12 Cokkavatti  SÛtra  supporting the agricultures to be complete practices for applying to solving the problems and agricultural development for the personal level and community level including to solve the problem and social economy development. for the national level. It is the best practice to be applies to the solving of the problems about the agriculture, both at the level the individual, the communities and the nation.

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Winyuwiriwong, K. (2018). Buddhism for the Agricultural Societies. Journal of Arts Management, 1(3), 139–150. Retrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jam/article/view/139588