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(New page: '''Later teachers''' are those monks, nuns, and lay people who practiced and taught Theravada Buddhism after the Buddha and after the first century BCE, but before the year 1800.)
 
 
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'''Later teachers''' are those monks, nuns, and lay people who practiced and taught Theravada Buddhism after the Buddha and after the first century BCE, but before the year 1800.
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'''Later teachers''' are those monks, nuns, and lay people primarily from [[Theravada]] Buddhism after the [[Buddha]] and after the first century BCE, but before the year 1800.  A few prominent figures from other traditions are also shown.

Latest revision as of 23:29, 18 July 2009

Later teachers are those monks, nuns, and lay people primarily from Theravada Buddhism after the Buddha and after the first century BCE, but before the year 1800. A few prominent figures from other traditions are also shown.

Pages in category "Later Teachers (after Buddha)"

The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.