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In this Book all The Doctrines of Buddha are clearly explained. In Awatamasakaa Sutraa Bhagawan Buddh says that there is no difference in His mind and the minds of ordinary sentient. His saying is that all beings have wisdom and morality of a Buddha, but they cannot be revealed by their false or misleading thoughts.
Buddha told to bring into practice the Ten Wholesome Dharmas. They are ability to give up forever killing, stealing, wrong conduct, lying, slandering, harsh language, frivolous speech, lust, hate and wrong view.
It is shown in this Book that above mentioned Ten Good virtues are the Great Earth and the Karma of bringing into practice these ten virtues is the foundation. If the foundation is firm the world will be peaceful. As all towns, cities, villages, grass, flowers, and forests have their foundation on ground similarly the whole system of Buddh Dharma is based on Ten Wholesome Dharmas.