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21. Is the teaching in the Pali Canon reliable?
(FAQs/Buddha's Teachings)
It is. The Pali Canon was written down 2,000 years ago, and before that, for 500 years it had been transmitted strictly by a firm and consistent oral tradition. Before it was written down, monks would ...
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
23. Sri Lanka Timeline
(History/Sects and Schism)
... is no doubt that there are new chapters written by later scholars that are not the original teachings of the Buddha. However, the Pali Canon (Theravada Canon) has always been well-preserved and re-examined ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
24. 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
25. 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
26. What is Buddhism
(History/General)
... his various qualities. In the most ancient and authentic canon of Buddhism (Pali Canon), there is description of what he actually looks like. Generally speaking, he has golden hair, blue eyes, his hands ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
27. Pali Canon
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28. Pali Canon
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29. Pali Canon
(News Feeds / Newsflash)
https://www.palicanon.org/index.php?option=com_ninjarsssyndicator&feed_id=1&format=raw ...

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