Six Sensory Faculties, Five Material Faculties: 1 definition
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General definition (in Buddhism)Source: WikiPedia: Buddhism
In the Sutta Pitaka, six sensory faculties are referenced in a manner similar to the six sense bases. These faculties are:
- eye/vision faculty (cakkh undriya)
- ear/hearing faculty (sot indriya)
- nose/smell faculty (ghan indriya)
- tongue/taste faculty (jivh indriya)
- body/sensibility faculty (kay indriya)
- mind faculty (man indriya)
The first five of these faculties are sometimes referenced as the five material faculties (e.g., pancannam indriyanam avakanti).
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