This “Sangha” is critical to Refuge Recovery and Gallo admits was paramount.
His Sangha was the most successful of them all and doubtless surpassed the others in this as in other respects.
It is in the Bỗt that ordinations and other acts of the Sangha are performed.
Dharma, the name given to the law of Buddha, as distinct from the Sangha, which is the Church.
The Buddha then formally admitted them as the first members of the Sangha.
An interregnum then occurred for the appointment had always been made by the king, not by the Sangha.
He thus assumes the right to expel schismatics from the Sangha.
The Sangha, as this order was called, arose naturally out of the social conditions of India in the time of Gotama.
Both refuse to recognize the Sangha, monasteries or temples and perform their devotions in the open fields.
The mystic triform Deity is in him of the jewel and lotos (Sangha).
1858, from Hindi sangha, Sanskrit samgha, from sam "together" + han "to come in contact."