It is commonly believed bu Buddha followers that Sidddha Artha denied the existence of an unchanging permanent entity called Atma. However, he goes along with the transmigration (Punarjanma) concept. His denial of atma is entirely dependent on the Impermanence (Anitya Vaada). In region of our perception by the six indriyas, nothing remailns unchanged and everlasting. This is the essence of Anitya vaada. As per Him what takes form as another body is the Mental thought flow, which is a constant flow.
In this book, we analyse this Vaada and show the inconsistencies and paradoxes such theories lead to. Region of cognition - even as per Anitya vaada cannot be unchanging. Thought flow is also changing and cannot fix the identity of a being. Further in Pali Canon through Koota Danta sutra it is shown that Buddha converted by convincing Koota Danta of the non-existence of Atma or Anatta. We find several inconsistencies as produced from the posthumous writings of Bouddha. This is the content of this book