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Kāśyapīya


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A school that originated some three to four centuries after the death of the Buddha and flourished in north-west India. The school owes its origins to the Arhat Suvarṣaka Kāśyapa, a contemporary of the Buddha, and is also known by the name Sauvarṣaka.

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