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Apr 8, 2022

[Answer] The Tipitaka is the holy text of which religion?

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Buddhism - The Tipitaka (or Tripitaka) is the oldest collection of sacred Buddhist texts. "Tipitaka" translates from Sanskrit as "three baskets." The Tipitaka is considered to include the teachings of Buddha in his own words and was first collected in the 4th century BCE. Initially, it was preserved in oral form, passed down by monks through chanting, but in the 1st century BCE, it was first written in the Pali language and became known as the Pali Tipitaka. A second version passed down in Sanskrit also survived and this version is known as the Chinese Tipitaka.:


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