Saṅgha

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sangha

Buddhist monastic order, traditionally composed of four groups: monks, nuns, laymen, and laywomen. The sangha is a part—together with the Buddha and ... [8 related articles]
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Sangha

In Buddhism, the monastic orders, one of the Three Treasures, or Three Refuges, of Buddhism (the other two are Buddha and the teaching, or dharma). The term Sangha is sometimes used more generally...
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Sangha

In Buddhism, the monastic orders, one of the Three Treasures, or Three Refuges, of Buddhism (the other two are Buddha and the teaching, or dharma). The term Sangha is sometimes used more generally by Mahayana Buddhists to include all followers, including the Buddhist laity. Buddhists believe that living in an organized community with common spiritu...
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Sangha

Monks and nuns who make up the Buddhist monastic community (Esposito et al. 2012b
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sangha

sangha: see Buddhism.
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sangha

Spiritual community. 1. In the broadest sense; whole community of Buddhists
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