Buddhist monasticism

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Buddhist monasticism.Buddhist monasticism is one of the earliest surviving forms of organized

monasticism and one of the fundamental.

institutions of Buddhism. Monks and nuns, called bhikkhu (Pali, Skt. bhikshu) and bhikkhuni (Skt. bhikshuni), are

responsible for the preservation and dissemination of the Buddha’s teaching and the guidance of Buddhist lay

people. Three surviving traditions of monastic discipline (Vinaya), govern modern monastic life in different regional

traditions: Theravada (Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia), Dharmaguptaka (East Asia), and Mulasarvastivada (Tibet and

the Himalayan region).

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