“The Questions of King Milinda” or “Milindapañha” in Pali. It is a text from the Theravada Buddhist tradition that presents a dialogue between King Milinda (Menander I, a historical Indo-Greek king) and the Buddhist sage Nagasena.
The book is considered a valuable resource for understanding Buddhist philosophy and teachings. It offers insights into the intellectual and philosophical traditions of ancient India and provides readers with an opportunity to engage with profound philosophical discussions within a Buddhist context.
“The Questions of King Milinda” explores various philosophical and ethical topics through a series of dialogues between the king and Nagasena. It covers a wide range of subjects, including morality, the nature of self, consciousness, karma, and the path to liberation.