By Nalinaksha Dutt
Reprint of a vintage, strains early heritage, occasions resulting in the emergence of Mahayana culture
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II. ) 5. The Path is attained b)' an exclamativn (as "0110" cf. KI'u. I I. 3&4&XI. 4). l. 1): The Second Council was held at Piitaliputra. 116 years after Mahiiparinifl'ii~Ja, duri ng the reign of Asoka (perhaps Kalasoka). The members were 211 bhihus (Le.. not necessarib Arhats). The president of the Council was Ba~pa (lit. tears). In the Council the controversy provoked by Mahadeva led to the division of the Sangha into two ~choo l s, Sthavira and Mahasanghika. ~ twofold. On the one hand. aka.
C(ln 5 i rl e~d it unnec¢ssary to repeat the ten un- Vinayic acts: of I h~ Vni"''llian monks. l. Yuan C hwang. being an annalist. was mterested in hoth dnctrines and disciplinary rules. and so he recorded the d ivergences in rellard to both. c;m began with disciplinary rules and , in course of time. in· corpmated matters of doctrines. It is apparent from the tenor of tile tcn un- V'nayle rules and the five dogmas of Mahiideva. that the Vai~:ili a n s wanted a certain amount of latitude and freedom in the interpretation and observance ofthc rules and 10 introd uce into tbeir organization and general governance iI.
Sec AfaJjhrma, I, p. 477 alII.! ot;ll, III. p. 188 ; Plifgafa·pun'"ffi, 14, 72. 25 SECOl\U BUDDHIST COUNC IL The ne;,:t twO points. e. alilic~laand not arijjii) anli flouht (kailkliii or vill,ali). a/a1]! , in this case also dnlw a di"tinctinn hetween a Sadhammakusala-arhat and a Pnradhammaku"ala-arhat, <;aying that both the classes ofarhats may nOl. hav" al'i)jii in rega rd to the truths, the theol]' of causation. ' , a~ r~garc" the nllme and family of an unknown man or wnm:ln or of a tree. ~ other thlln those belonging to himself.
Buddhist Sects In India by Nalinaksha Dutt