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The '''Abhidharma Pitaka''' is a collection of texts developed by the [[Early Buddhist schools]] that were subsequently incorporated into the major [[Buddhist Canons]].  
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The '''Abhidharma Pitaka''' is a collection of texts developed by the [[Early Buddhist schools]] that present the teachings on [[Abhidharma]], or higher knowledge.
  
Each major canon has its own version of the Abhidharma texts:
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Each of the early Buddhist schools developed there own versions of the Abhidharma Pitaka. The pitakas from some of the early schools were subsequently incorporated into the major [[Buddhist Canons]]. See:
* [[Abhidhamma Pitaka (Pali Canon)]]
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* [[Abhidhamma Pitaka (Pali Canon)]]  
 
* [[Abhidharma texts (Chinese Canon)]]
 
* [[Abhidharma texts (Chinese Canon)]]
 
* [[Abhidharma texts (Tibetan Canon)]]
 
* [[Abhidharma texts (Tibetan Canon)]]
  
These texts present the teachings on [[Abhidharma]], or higher knowledge.
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 18:33, 10 July 2019

The Abhidharma Pitaka is a collection of texts developed by the Early Buddhist schools that present the teachings on Abhidharma, or higher knowledge.

Each of the early Buddhist schools developed there own versions of the Abhidharma Pitaka. The pitakas from some of the early schools were subsequently incorporated into the major Buddhist Canons. See:


See also