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'''Abhidhammattha Sangaha''' is a highly popular primer, or digest, of the [[Abhidhamma]] corpus (the scholastic section of the canon) of the [[Theravada]] tradition. The Abhidhammattha-sangaha was composed in [[India]] or in Myanmar ([[Burma]]), the chief centre for [[Abhidhamma]] studies. Written in [[Pali]] by the monk Anuruddha, it dates from no earlier than the 8th century and probably from the 11th or 12th.
 
'''Abhidhammattha Sangaha''' is a highly popular primer, or digest, of the [[Abhidhamma]] corpus (the scholastic section of the canon) of the [[Theravada]] tradition. The Abhidhammattha-sangaha was composed in [[India]] or in Myanmar ([[Burma]]), the chief centre for [[Abhidhamma]] studies. Written in [[Pali]] by the monk Anuruddha, it dates from no earlier than the 8th century and probably from the 11th or 12th.
  
Full text here:  [[A Comprehensive Manual of Abhidhamma]]
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An outline of the text is here:  [[A Comprehensive Manual of Abhidhamma]]
  
 
[[Category:Pali terms]]
 
[[Category:Pali terms]]
[[Category:Pali Canon]]
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[[Category:Theravada Commentaries]]

Latest revision as of 22:02, 28 August 2010

Abhidhammattha Sangaha is a highly popular primer, or digest, of the Abhidhamma corpus (the scholastic section of the canon) of the Theravada tradition. The Abhidhammattha-sangaha was composed in India or in Myanmar (Burma), the chief centre for Abhidhamma studies. Written in Pali by the monk Anuruddha, it dates from no earlier than the 8th century and probably from the 11th or 12th.

An outline of the text is here: A Comprehensive Manual of Abhidhamma