Difference between revisions of "Hindus"

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[[thun mong gi theg pa]] - common/ general vehicle [path common to [[mahayana]] and [[hinayana]]. sometimes considered as a path in common w Hindus] [IW]
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[[mu stegs rtag lta ba]] - the eternalist view of the Tirthikas (Hindus) [RY]
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[[mu stegs pa]] - tirthika, extremists, realists, all non-buddhist schools, a hindu (not a heretic), heretic, schismatic, non-buddhist, non-Buddhist, Mutegpa philosophers, thrthika, hindu, view of Hindus who assert the real existence of a permanent abiding unchanging entity called the self, term used to designate all followers of other religious traditions [JV]
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Latest revision as of 23:00, 9 April 2006

thun mong gi theg pa - common/ general vehicle [path common to mahayana and hinayana. sometimes considered as a path in common w Hindus] [IW]

mu stegs rtag lta ba - the eternalist view of the Tirthikas (Hindus) [RY]

mu stegs pa - tirthika, extremists, realists, all non-buddhist schools, a hindu (not a heretic), heretic, schismatic, non-buddhist, non-Buddhist, Mutegpa philosophers, thrthika, hindu, view of Hindus who assert the real existence of a permanent abiding unchanging entity called the self, term used to designate all followers of other religious traditions [JV]