Buddhism Holy Book?


Buddhism does not have a single holy book. The practices of Buddhism are based on many different texts. The Buddhism practices are widely taught with the P?li Tipitaka. The P?li Tipitaka is made up of three different parts. These parts include the Vinaya Pitaka, the Abhidhamma Pitaka, and the Sutta Pitaka. Another set of text that is often used in Buddhism is called the Mahayana sutras. There are many other forms of Buddhist text used to teach the religion in different parts of the world.
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