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buddhadharma (P. buddhadhamma; T. sangs rgyas pa'i chos; C. fofa 佛法) means "the teachings of the Buddha."

According to the The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism, the term buddhadharma is one of the closest Indian equivalents to what in English is called “Buddhism,” along with:[1]

Other traditional terms for Buddha's teachings are:

The term dharmapravacana refers to the scriptures or speech of the buddha.

See also: