Saving Buddhism: The Impermanence of Religion in Colonial Burma by Alicia Turner (Hardback, 2014)

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Saving Buddhism explores the dissonance between the goals of the colonial state and the Buddhist worldview that animated Burmese Buddhism at the turn of the twentieth century. For many Burmese, the salient and ordering discourse was not nation or modernity but s'sana, the life of the Buddha's teachings.