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The Editor’s and anonymous Pandita Commentator’s intent is to redact an extensive non-profit educational-use-only commentaried synthesis redaction of Buddhist Ayurveda based on the concepts of the following disciplines: Explication, Explanation, Translational science, Syncretism, Moral syncretism, Exegesis, Eisegesis, Exegete, Shastra, Hermeneutics, Source criticism, Source evaluation, Critical reading, Textual criticism, Historical criticism, Redaction Criticism, Content analysis with Peer review. This is offered to our enrolled students for Non-Profit Educational Purposes for Distance Learning by this Non-Profit Educational Institution free of charge.

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