Pudgala

In Jainism, Pudgala (or {IAST|Pudgalāstikāya}) is one of the six Dravyas, or aspects of reality that fabricate the world we live in. The six dravyas include the jiva and the fivefold divisions of ajiva (non-living) category: dharma (motion), adharma (rest), akasha (space), pudgala (matter) and kala (time). Pudgala, like other dravyas except kala...
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pudgala

(from the article `Sammatya`) ancient Buddhist school or group of schools in India that held a distinctive theory concerning the pudgala, or person. They believed that though an ... [4 related articles]
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Pudgala

(Skr. beautiful, lovely) The sou], or personal entity, admitted by some thinkers even though belonging to the schools of Buddhism (s.v.), they hold that at least a temporary individuality must be assumed as vehicle for karma (q.v.) -- K.F.L.
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