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“This is the entire spiritual life, Ananda, that is, good friendship, good companionship, good comradeship." - The Buddha

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“Treasures from Asia’s Oldest Museum: Buddhist Art from the Indian Museum, Kolkata” – Exhibition Review

“Treasures from Asia’s Oldest Museum: Buddhist Art from the Indian Museum, Kolkata” – Exhibition Review

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Review of an Indian Buddhist art exhibit at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore
The Wonders of Kham and Larung Gar

The Wonders of Kham and Larung Gar

Dharma Eye: Text and images, Victoria Knobloch
A photographic journey to Larung Gar and Kham with Dharma Eye
Hong Kong Tulku—A Little-known Side of Jonangpa

Hong Kong Tulku—A Little-known Side of Jonangpa

Elbe Lau; images, Ngawang Kunga Tenzin Gyatso Rinpoche
Elbe Lau's pilgrimage in the Jonangpa tradition
Spiritual Receptiveness: A Conversation with Reverend Shomon

Spiritual Receptiveness: A Conversation with Reverend Shomon

Raymond Lam
Our interview with Danish Tendai priest Rev. Shomon
Buddhistdoor View: Communicating Buddhism to Young People

Buddhistdoor View: Communicating Buddhism to Young People

Buddhistdoor
Ideas for communicating Buddhism to youth
Buddhist Ministry Initiative Conference: Building Partnerships and Forging Ties

Buddhist Ministry Initiative Conference: Building Partnerships and Forging Ties

Harsha Menon
Reflections on the Buddhist Ministry Initiative at Harvard Divinity School
“Devout Patrons of Buddhist Art” – Exhibition Review

“Devout Patrons of Buddhist Art” – Exhibition Review

Soyon Kang
“Devout Patrons of Buddhist Art” is showing at The National Museum of Korea from 23 May to 2 August
The Butcher Who Laid Down His Knife and Became a Buddha

The Butcher Who Laid Down His Knife and Became a Buddha

Alan Kwan
A story of a Tang-era butcher whose life was transformed by Pure Land master Shandao.

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Last Updated: 10 Jul 2015
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Abbreviation

Total glossary entries273414

啞羊僧


Source: 佛光電子大辭典

Description:

梵語 edamūka-sajgha。又作羊僧。指愚癡之僧。四種僧之一。啞羊,即譬喻至愚之人。據大智度論卷三載,雖不破戒,鈍根無慧,無勇猛精進之力,不別好醜,不知輕重,不知有罪無罪,若有僧事,二人共諍,不能斷決,默然無言。譬如白羊,乃至被人殺,不能作聲,故稱為啞羊僧。又根本薩婆多部律攝卷七,謂羊僧即於三藏不能解者。(參閱「四種僧」1817)

Page: p4415


Source: 明,一如《三藏法數》字庫

Description:

謂愚癡魯鈍,不能了知根本等罪犯與不犯,及於微小之罪,不能發露懺悔,是名啞羊僧。(根本等罪,即殺盜婬妄也。)


Source: 明,一如《三藏法數》字庫

Description:

謂於三藏教無所了達,譬如啞羊,無辯說用,是名啞羊僧。(三藏教者,經藏、律藏、論藏也。)


Source: 佛教漢梵大辭典, 平川彰 Buddhist Chinese-Sanskrit Dictionary, Akira Hirakawa

Description:

eḍa-mūka-saṃgha*.

Page: p. 523-533

Home | Buddhistdoor
Tuesday 4 August 2015
“This is the entire spiritual life, Ananda, that is, good friendship, good companionship, good comradeship." - The Buddha

FEATURES Updated Fridays

“Treasures from Asia’s Oldest Museum: Buddhist Art from the Indian Museum, Kolkata” – Exhibition Review

“Treasures from Asia’s Oldest Museum: Buddhist Art from the Indian Museum, Kolkata” – Exhibition Review

Shuyin
Review of an Indian Buddhist art exhibit at the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore
The Wonders of Kham and Larung Gar

The Wonders of Kham and Larung Gar

Dharma Eye: Text and images, Victoria Knobloch
A photographic journey to Larung Gar and Kham with Dharma Eye
Hong Kong Tulku—A Little-known Side of Jonangpa

Hong Kong Tulku—A Little-known Side of Jonangpa

Elbe Lau; images, Ngawang Kunga Tenzin Gyatso Rinpoche
Elbe Lau's pilgrimage in the Jonangpa tradition
Spiritual Receptiveness: A Conversation with Reverend Shomon

Spiritual Receptiveness: A Conversation with Reverend Shomon

Raymond Lam
Our interview with Danish Tendai priest Rev. Shomon
Buddhistdoor View: Communicating Buddhism to Young People

Buddhistdoor View: Communicating Buddhism to Young People

Buddhistdoor
Ideas for communicating Buddhism to youth
Buddhist Ministry Initiative Conference: Building Partnerships and Forging Ties

Buddhist Ministry Initiative Conference: Building Partnerships and Forging Ties

Harsha Menon
Reflections on the Buddhist Ministry Initiative at Harvard Divinity School
“Devout Patrons of Buddhist Art” – Exhibition Review

“Devout Patrons of Buddhist Art” – Exhibition Review

Soyon Kang
“Devout Patrons of Buddhist Art” is showing at The National Museum of Korea from 23 May to 2 August
The Butcher Who Laid Down His Knife and Became a Buddha

The Butcher Who Laid Down His Knife and Became a Buddha

Alan Kwan
A story of a Tang-era butcher whose life was transformed by Pure Land master Shandao.

NEWS Updated Weekdays View All

3 Aug 2015
Archaeologists Work to Conserve “The World’s Largest Book” in Mandalay
Archaeologists to clean and document hundreds of stelae at Kuthodaw Pagoda
31 Jul 2015
Myanmar Frees Nearly 7,000 Prisoners on Buddhist Holiday
Myanmar has handed out presidential pardons to almost 7,000 state detainees.
30 Jul 2015
Thai Buddhist Group Plans Dharma Camp for International Students
The Young Buddhists Association of Thailand's second annual international camp.
29 Jul 2015
Buddhist Rains Retreat to Begin on 31 July
The three-month Vassavasa rains retreat for monks and nuns begins.
28 Jul 2015
China Plans Expansion of Baima Temple
Baima Temple in Henan holds a ceremony to mark the launch of an expansion project.

COLUMNS Updated Fridays View All

Dharma Eye
The Wonders of Kham and Larung Gar
A photographic journey to Larung Gar and Kham with Dharma Eye
Last Updated: 31 Jul 2015
Teachings of Amitabha
The Butcher Who Laid Down His Knife and Became a Buddha
A story of a Tang-era butcher whose life was transformed by Pure Land master Shandao.
Last Updated: 24 Jul 2015
Ancient Dances
A Concern for Beauty
The earthquakes in Nepal were not merely geological—some of humanity’s oldest symbols got jumbled and tumbled. Mount Everest and the Kathmandu Valley have been wonders of the world since time immemorial.
Last Updated: 17 Jul 2015
Teachings of Amitabha
Can Amitabha-recitation Help One to Overcome Lust?
The question of lust in Pure Land practice.
Last Updated: 10 Jul 2015
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