Saddharma (P. saddhama; T. dam pa'i chos དམ་པའི་ཆོས་; C. zhengfa) is translated as "true dharma," "supreme dharma," "sublime dharma," etc. Saddharma refers to the teachings of the Buddha.
Two types saddharma
Three senses of "saddharma"
- The Dharma of the Buddha
- The Dharma that is supreme
- The Dharma for the supreme ones
(The general usage in English for the typography of the term 'dharma' is to use an upper case when referring to Buddha's teachings.)
- true dharma (Buswell, DKC)
- Highest, supreme sublime dharma (Goodman)
- Buswell, Robert E.; Lopez, Donald S. (2014), The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism, Princeton University
- Goodman, Steven D. (2020), The Buddhist Psychology of Awakening: An In-Depth Guide to the Abhidharma (Apple Books ed.), Shambhala Publications