Tripitaka


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Tripitaka

(trɪˈpɪtəkə)
n
(Buddhism) Buddhism the three collections of books making up the Buddhist canon of scriptures
[from Pali tri three + pitaka basket]
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Holy books -- Gita, Quran, Bible, Tripitaka, Jinvani and Guru Granth Sahib -- besides Gandhis autobiography My Experiments with Truth are kept in separate glass boxes besides soil from 30 pilgrim spots.
Numata's biggest efforts in this regard were twofold: To widely distribute a compilation of basic Buddhist philosophy and guidance, The Teaching of Buddha, and to undertake the translation of the entire massive Chinese Mahayana canon, or Tripitaka, into English.
19) For the next two decades the only books mentioned, with monotonous regularity, are copies of the Tripitaka and occasionally the Great Sutra of the Perfection of Wisdom ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; Skt.
It is also known as the Pali canon since the language is in Pali and to better differentiate it from the Mahayana Tripitaka (only one letter difference)
Today is Tripitaka ceremony and everybody all around the world, I believe, has come here to celebrate.
The 2013 Tripitaka Koreana Festival was held for 45 days in a venue near Haeinsa, or Haein Temple, in this southern county with the goal of spreading awareness of the rare 13th-century Buddhist scriptures.
Compiled by monastic disciples of Tripitaka Master Hsuan Hua, it was written by the American Reverend Heng Sure, PhD, director of the Berkeley Buddhist Monastery and the former Chin He Shi, a Spanish novice monk from Madrid and illustrated by Guo He, a Vietnamese novice and designed by Heng Lung, a Taiwanese Bhikshuni.
The two-character term, qi gong, is nowhere to be found in the texts Scripture of Dan Cultivation, the Daoist Canon, or the Tripitaka [the Buddhist Canon].
After being too cheeky in heaven he reluctantly helped a Buddhist monk, Tripitaka, on her journey.
The book is a collection of stories about the real-life journey of a 7th-century monk, Tripitaka, who was played by a woman in the series, for added strangeness.
Michael Jarvis, who is on holiday in Barbados, has an improver in Tripitaka, who made it three wins from four starts despite drifting to the stands' side rail in the 1m4f handicap.