[INDOLOGY] Dharma in Buddhism
richardgombrich at mac.com
Fri May 6 11:44:32 UTC 2016
This can get endlessly complicated. So it may be helpful if I offer a simple answer. Dharma in Buddhism is what the Buddha taught, and that covers both what the world is like and how we should try to live.
> On 6 May 2016, at 09:46, alakendu das <mailmealakendudas at rediffmail.com> wrote:
> To All,
> While going through an English transalation of Asanga's MahyanaSutralankara , I cane across a situation where Liberation or Enlightment takes place when Alaya -Vigyan blends with Dharma-Dhatau ( I.e a state where the distinction between Object and subject ceases).I have, in a number of places come across the term Dharma' whcih has variously been defined as Phenomena, state of things etc. Can anybody elaborate on the exact implication of Dharma in Buddhism.
> ALAKENDU DAS.
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