Origin of Sangha
Words nearby Sangha
How to use Sangha in a sentence
This “sangha” is critical to Refuge Recovery and Gallo admits was paramount.
The ligamen connecting them together, completes the sacred triad with the Sangha derived from and composed of the two others.The Book-Hunter|John Hill Burton
Dharma, the name given to the law of Buddha, as distinct from the Sangha, which is the Church.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
It is well known how great is my faith and reverence for Buddha, for the law and the community (sangha).The History of Antiquity, Volume IV (of 6)|Max Duncker
His Sangha was the most successful of them all and doubtless surpassed the others in this as in other respects.
The Sangha, as this order was called, arose naturally out of the social conditions of India in the time of Gotama.
British Dictionary definitions for Sangha
- the Buddhist community
- (in Theravada Buddhism) the monastic order