Bringing Buddhism to the West: Life of Sangharakshita
Londoner Dennis Lingwood realized at the age of 16 that he was a Buddhist. Conscripted during World War II, he went on Army service to India, where he stayed on to become a Buddhist monk with the name Sangharakshita. As hippies flocked eastward in the Sixties, he returned to England to establish the Friends of the Western Buddhist Order. This book, written by one of his leading disciples, tells Sangharakshita’s story.