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jñāna-saṃbhāra (T. ye shes kyi tshogs; C. zhiju 智聚) is translated as "accumulation of wisdom," "collection of wisdom," "collection of knowledge," etc. It is one of the two accumulations on the path of the bodhisattva, along with the "accumulation of merit" (puṇya-saṃbhāra).

The Princeton Dictionary states:

Between the two poles of skill in means (upāya) and wisdom (prajñā), the collection of knowledge is associated with wisdom.[1]