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Volume : XIV, Issue : VI, July - 2024


Ven. Nyanikalankara , -

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, By : Laxmi Book Publication

Abstract :

Human being always continues to act all the time, from birth to death along the walk of life. There is no space in action. It is called Kamma in Pali word in Theravada Buddhism. There are described three kinds of action.

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Ven. Nyanikalankara , -(2024). UNDERSTANDING THE NATURE OF KUSAKA KAMMA (WHOLESOME ACTION) IN THERAVADA BUDDHIST PERSPECTIVE. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. XIV, Issue. VI, DOI : 10.9780/22307850,

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  1. 2. A manual of Abhidhamma (Abhidhammattha sangha) by Narada Mahathera Buddha Dharma Association Inc. Published by the Buddhist Missionary Society, Forth revised edition 1979, in Malaysia
  2. 1. Abhidhamma by Ven. Nandamala.

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