Nalanda Tradition Sanskrit Buddhism Lineage from the Ancient Indian Monastery Monastic University College

See also Nalanda Monastery France, Nalanda Monastery Ancient India

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Nalanda Monastery in Ancient India

See also Nalanda Monastery France, and Nalanda Tradition

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Venerable Moggaliputtatissa

VenerableMoggaliputtatissa (ca. 327–247 BC), was a Buddhist monk and scholar who was born in PataliputraMagadha (now PatnaIndia) and lived in the 3rd century BC. He is associated with the Third Buddhist council, the emperor Ashoka and the Buddhist missionary activities which took place during his reign.[1]Fair Use Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moggaliputta-Tissa

Arhat

Year of Birth: 327 BC

Year of Passing into Parinirvana: 247 BC

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Aśhvaghoṣha (a.k.a. Mātṛceṭa, Āchārya Vīra) – Ashwaghosha

Aśhvaghoṣha (a.k.a. Mātṛceṭa – Matriceta, Āchārya Vīra – Acharya Vira) – Ashwaghosha or Ahsvaghosha.

Aśvaghoṣa 切勝, 阿溼縛窶沙, 阿濕縛窶沙, 馬鳴, 馬鳴大士, 馬鳴菩薩

A Historic Buddhist Master.

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