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Nikaya period

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Nikāya period; or Nikāya Buddhism; in the pali canon of the theravada school, the term nikāya is used an unknown translator, from around the three qin (三秦) period, 352-431 ce.
- period between the second and third Buddhist councils these schools are namely the mahāsāṃghika nikāya, sthavira nikāya, mūlasarvāstivāda nikāya

- the samyutta nikaya (saṃyutta nikāya sn, 'connected discourses' or 'kindred sayings of both structure and content in the pre-sectarian period
- the amarapura nikaya is a sri lanka n monastic fraternity (a lineage of ordained this was a period when buddhist vinaya rules had been

- the siam (also siyamopali and siyam) nikaya is a monastic order within sri lanka , this was a period when buddhist vinaya rules had been
- as a small town, it was established in the late vedic period during other legends and references: kosambī is mentioned in the samyutta nikāya

- the dhammayuttika nikaya or thammayut nikaya php ratanakosin period, buddhism in thailand, dhammathai - buddhist information network .
- 上座部), corresponding to the sanskrit 'sthavira nikāya' and the pali ' appear to have tampered with what they already had from an earlier period

- jīng) (t. 1 corresponds to the dīgha nikāya of the theravada school. mahāyāna in the northwest during this period edward conze goes
- during the early period of chinese buddhism , the indian buddhist continues today with the dharmaguptaka nikāya in east asia, and the

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