Tripiṭaka

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Tripiṭaka (Sanskrit; Pali: Tipitaka; Devanagari: त्रिपिटक; Bengali: ত্রিপিটক; lit. three baskets) is a traditional term used by various Buddhist sects to describe their various canons of scriptures.[1] Buddhists of the Theravāda school use the Pali variant Tipitaka to refer what is commonly known in English as the Pali Canon. Later Buddhist traditions also use other terms for their collections of scriptures, such as Kangyur (Tibetan Buddhism) and 大藏經 Dà Zàng Jīng (Far East Mahayana Buddhism).

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