The Abhidharma texts of the Chinese Canon include the translations of the Abhidharma Pitakas from several different traditions of early Buddhism.
The Chinese Canon contains translations of the complete Sarvāstivādin Abhidharma Piṭaka as well as many commentaries of this tradition.
Other early Buddhist traditions
- Of the works of Vibhajyavadins, it includes the Abhidharma Sastra of Sariputa, which is the only important work that links up the Southern and Northern Abhidharmas.
- The Vimmuttimagga which is a different version of the Pali Visuddhimagga.
- The Sammitiya Sastra of the Vatsiputriya School.
- The Abhidharma-kosha of the third to fourth century which combines teachings of the Sarvastivada and Sautrantika schools, and
- the Satyasiddi Sastra of Harivarman which greatly influenced Chinese Buddhism.