Vinaya

The Vinaya (a word in Pāli as well as in Sanskrit, with literal meaning `leading out`, `education`, `discipline`) is the regulatory framework for the Buddhist monastic community, or sangha, based on the canonical texts called Vinaya Pitaka. The teachings of the Buddha, or Buddhadharma can be divided into two broad categories: `Dharma` or ...
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vinaya

(from the article `Buddhism`) ...Sanskrit: Tripitaka). Its arrangement reflects the importance that the early followers attached to the monastic life (Pali and Sanskrit: Vinaya), ... ...a general laxity of morals, increasingly less-rigorous observance of monastic rules, and deviations in the interpretation of the tantras. He ... Anot...
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vinaya

(Sanskrit, Pali) The Buddha's teachings about monastic rules, ethics and karma.
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vinaya

Discipline. Rules governing the conduct of the SANGHA (here usually monks and nuns).
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vinaya

rules of Buddhist monastic life
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