Buddhist Councils; 1 Definition(s)

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Lists and numbering of Buddhist councils vary between and even within schools. The numbering here is normal in Western writings.

  1. First Buddhist Council (c. 400 BCE)
  2. Second Buddhist Council (c. 4th century BCE)
  3. Third Buddhist Council (c. 250 BCE)
  4. Fourth Buddhist Council
  5. Fifth Buddhist Council (Theravada Buddhist council in 1871)
  6. Sixth Buddhist Council (Theravada Buddhist council in 1954)
Source: WikiPedia: Buddhism

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