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Dharmaguptaka Vinaya

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The Dharmaguptaka Vinaya, known in Chinese as the Sifen lü 四分律 (Vinaya in four parts), is one of four Vinaya traditions transmitted from India to China. It was translated by Zhu Fonian and Buddhayasas during 410-412 C.E.

During the Tang dynasty, it took on added importance as the foundational text of Daoxuan’s)] Nanshan Vinaya school. Today the Sifen lü represents the living Vinaya tradition in China, having long served as the textual basis in bhiksu and bhiksuni ordinations.

中國佛教的四大戒律傳承都來自印度,《四分律》為其中之一。《四分律》是佛陀耶舍與竺佛念共譯於410–412年,唐朝時隨著道宣法師南山律宗之興起,《四分律》更加重要性,如今比丘、比丘尼受戒儀軌仍然以《四分律》為經典依據。

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https://sifenvinaya.wordpress.com/