Kadam

[Tibetan Buddhism] The Kadampa ({bo|t=བཀའ་གདམས་པ་|w=Bka` gdams pa}) tradition was a Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist school. Dromtönpa, a Tibetan lay master and the foremost disciple of the great Indian Buddhist Master Atisha (982-1054), founded it and passed three lineages to his disciples. The Kadampa were quite famous and
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Kadam

[clan] Kadam (कदम) is a Maratha clan found largely in the Maharashtra and Karnataka states of India. ==Origins== Kadams are Kshatriyas who trace their lineage back to the Kadamba dynasty, having good relationships with prominent Maratha houses. The Kadam clan served the Maratha Empire and also served as noblemen in the Sultanate Era.
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