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  • ...nçaise d'Extrême Orient'', July-December 1907, page 425; ''How Thervada is Theravada'', ed Skilling et al, Silkworm Books, Chieng Mai, Thailand, 2012</ref> As t Theravada may be considered a single denomination, not being clearly subdivided. It,
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  • the scriptures of Theravada Buddhism
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  • ...nçaise d'Extrême Orient'', July-December 1907, page 425; ''How Thervada is Theravada'', ed Skilling et al, Silkworm Books, Chieng Mai, Thailand, 2012</ref> As t Theravada may be considered a single denomination, not being clearly subdivided. It,
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  • {{r|Theravada}}
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  • ...ndian inscriptions, including mention of Buddhism; probable date of Third (Theravada?) Council, Pataliputta (Patna) to deal with wrong views; Asoka's son Mahind ...: Pali Canon said to have been written down from oral tradition at Fourth (Theravada) Council in Ceylon
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  • {{r|Theravada}}
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  • ...e a series of 29 Buddhist cave temples in Ajanta, India. Encompassing both Theravada and Mahayana Buddhist traditions, the Ajanta caves preserve some of the bes
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  • ...zner, Frankfurt/Berlin, volume 1, 1966, page 105, note 362; Kate Crosby, ''Theravada Buddhism'', Wiley-Blackwell, 2014, page 81</ref> This page covers these rec According to Theravada sources this was held in the reign of Emperor Asoka (traditionally about 30
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  • *[http://www.accesstoinsight.org/history.html A chronology of Theravada Buddhism], from accesstoinsight.org
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  • ...ndian state government of Bihar, so it is not clear whether it is really a Theravada edition.
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  • ...(sometime President of the Pali Text Society) says this is the traditional Theravada position,<ref>in Hinnells, ed, ''New (Penguin) Handbook of Living Religions ...Cathy Cantwell,<ref>''Buddhism'', Routledge, 2010, page 68</ref> this is a Theravada formulation and Mahayana prefers others.
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  • ...o Cathy Cantwell,<ref>''Buddhism'', Routledge, 2010, page 68</ref> it is a Theravada formulation and Mahayana prefers others.
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  • ...account of that council tells its story from the same point of view as the Theravada (and all other surviving ones), so specialist scholars reject this account.
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  • ...ferences in teachings. Buddhists divide themselves into [[Mahayana]] and [[Theravada]], the former being further subdivided. ...its heartland in the Middle Ages, but is little used by any Buddhists now. Theravada uses Pali, a dialect from an earlier phase of Buddhist history, while Chine
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  • The country has been a stronghold of Theravada Buddhism for centuries, and has hosted two ecumenical councils.
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  • ...ipal Western publisher in the field. Pali is the traditional language of [[Theravada]] [[Buddhism]], and the most important Pali texts are those constituting th ...had approached Pali via Sanskrit (and still do), while teaching within the Theravada tradition starts with the later, not the canonical, idiom. Warder, however,
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  • * Gombrich, Richard F. ''Theravada Buddhism: A Social History from Ancient Benares to Modern Colombo'' (1988)
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  • The '''Pali Canon''', or ''Tipiṭaka'', is the scripture collection of [[Theravada]] Buddhism. The name "Pali Canon" is a Western term, apparently invented (i Non-Theravada forms of [[Buddhism]], which at the present day group themselves under the
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  • * Gombrich, Richard F. ''Theravada Buddhism: A Social History from Ancient Benares to Modern Colombo'' (1988)
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  • ...hists to recommend contributors; he ended up with 7 Japanese professors, 3 Theravada monks and a Tibetan official
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  • ...y increased the number of immigrants arriving from China, Vietnam, and the Theravada-practicing countries of southeast Asia. ...Zen]], [[Tibetan Buddhism]], and [[Vipassana]], which is an outgrowth of [[Theravada Buddhism]]. Because its membership tends strongly to be among educated, whi
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