Arhat

[n] - a Buddhist who has attained nirvana
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Arhat

Arhant noun a Buddhist who has attained Nirvana
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arhat

in Buddhism, a perfected person, one who has gained insight into the true nature of existence and has achieved nirvana (spiritual enlightenment). The ... [5 related articles]
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Arhat

In Theravada Buddhism, an Arhat (Sanskrit: अर्हत् arhat; Pali: arahant; `one who is worthy`) is a `perfected person`{sfn|Warder|2000|p=67} who has attained nirvana.{sfn|Warder|2000|p=67} In other Buddhist traditions the term has also been used for people far advanced along the path of Enlightenment, but who may not have reached ful...
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Arhat

an englightened Buddhist devotee.
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Arhat

an englightened Buddhist devotee.
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arhat

Foe or Enemy Destroyer. One who has destroyed the enemy of dualistic ego-grasping/clinging, and thus accomplished LIBERATION of CYCLIC EXISTENCE. There are three types of Arhats
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Arhat

One who has attained the final stage of enlightenment in Theravada Buddhism. Over time, a distinction arose between arhats and bodhisattvas, and some Mahayanists came to malign arhats as a selfish and inferior enterprise, lacking in the compassion of the bodhisattva. There has been some debate as to whether only monks and nuns or laypeople can be a...
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