Yellow Robe - A Real Buddhist's Journal

Friday
Sep 22nd
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home
Search
Search Only:

Search Keyword councils

Total: 15 results found.

1. What is the Pali Canon (Tipitaka)
(Pali Canon/General)
... several hundred and have always been recited word for word ever since the First Council was convened. Subsequently, more Councils have been called for a number of reasons but at every one of them the entire ...
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
... number several hundred and have always been recited word for word ever since the First Council was convened. Subsequently, more Councils have been called for a number of reasons but at every one of them ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
3. Sects of Buddhism
(History/Sects and Schism)
After the Second Buddhist Council, Buddhism had split into two parts: one orthodox (Theravada) and the other unorthodox (Mahayana). Then in the Third Buddhist Council, there were 18 different unorthodox ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
... every monk in the Sangha back then. After the Pali Canon was finally written down, it was further reaffirmed and re-examined in the Buddhist Councils led by Great Arahants. Therefore its authenticity ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
It is what most scholars agree upon to be true, correct, and authentic. This is based on the introduction to the Six Buddhist Councils included in the Sixth Buddhist Council Pali Canon CD.  ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
...  Teachings of Tipitaka - Buddha Minders http://www.buddhamind.info/leftside/teachings/ti-pi2.htm Basic Buddhism - The Golden Land Myanmar http://www.myanmar.com/buddhism/councils.html  ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
7. Sri Lanka Timeline
(History/Sects and Schism)
... in the Buddhist Councils for more than 2,500 years. Major events before Venerable Buddhaghosa arrived Sri Lanka (Ceylon): Kings of Ceylon Relevant Events References  ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
8. The Sixth Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
... met on the 17th of May, 1954. As in the preceding councils, its aim was to affirm and preserve the genuine Dhamma and Vinaya. However it was unique that the monks who joined it came from eight different ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
9. The Fifth Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
The Fifth Council took place in Mandalay, Burma (Myanmar) in 1871 A.D. in the reign of King Mindon. The chief objective of this meeting was to recite all the teachings of the Buddha and examine them ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
10. The Fourth Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
The Fourth Council was held in Tambapanni (Sri Lanka) in 29 B.C. under the patronage of King Vattagamani. The main reason for its convening was the realization that it was now not possible for the ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
11. The Third Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
The Third Council was held primarily to rid the Sangha of corruption and bogus monks who held heretical views. The Council was convened in 326 B.C. At Asokarama in Patiliputta under the patronage of ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
12. The Second Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
The Second Council was called one hundred years after the Buddha's Parinibbāna in order to settle a serious dispute over the 'ten points.' This is a reference to some monks breaking of ten minor rules. ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
13. The First Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
King Ajatasattu sponsored the First Council. It was convened in 544 B.C. in the sattaparnaguha Cave situated outside Rajagaha three months after the Buddha had passed away. A detailed account of this ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
14. What is Buddhism
(History/General)
... Canon, which was the most ancient and authentic teachings of the Buddha. The compilation session is known as The First Great Council. Throughout human history, there has been 6 Great Councils, and each ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
15. Buddhist Councils
(Category)

Preserve this Website

Quotes

" Better than the recitation of a hundred verses that are senseless and unconnected with the realization of Nibbana, is the recitation of a single word of the teaching (Dhamma), if on hearing it one is calmed. "

The Dhammapada


Social Bookmark

Yellow Robe Newsletter