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 +Three Vehicles
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 +1)  [[Bodhisattva]]- [[vehicle]] ([[Mahayana]] - [[Paramitayana]],​ [[Sutrayana]] and [[Vajrayana]]), ​
 +2)  [[Pratyekabuddha]]-vehicle, ​
 +3)  [[Shravaka]]- vehicle ([[Hinayana]] - [[Theravada]]).
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 +In the [[Dharma Flower Sutra]] the [[Buddha]] reveals that his [[three teachings]] -- the [[Shravaka]] vehicle that leads to [[Arhatship]],​ the [[Pratyekabuddha]]-vehicle that leads to [[Pratyekabuddhahood]],​ and the [[Bodhisattva]]-vehicle that traverses the stages ([[Ten Grounds]] - [[Dasha Bhumi]]) of the Bodhisattva Path -- are all [[provisional]],​ [[expedient]] ([[upaya paramita]] dharma) teachings. They lead to fruitions that have no reality in themselves. There is only one reality, and that is [[Buddhahood]].
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 +'​It'​s like taking some milk and dividing it into three different glasses. Three people could each drink one glass, or one person could drink all three glasses, and it would be the same. It's just that if his or her capacity was not that great it might burst his or her stomach. And so the [[Buddha]] starts by dividing things up into smaller amounts for you, and when you've polished that much off, he pours you out some more. That's just what's going on.' ([[FAS]]-PII(1) 249)
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 +(Source: [[Epstein]],​ 2003: p. 202)
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 +1) Chinese Mandarin: san cheng ; 2) Sanskrit: triyana; 3) Pali: -----.
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 +See also: [[Two Truths]], [[Dharma Flower Sutra]] - [[One Vehicle]] ([[Ekayana]]),​ [[Mahayana and Hinayana Compared]], [[bodhi]], [[bodhi resolve]] ([[Bodhichitta]]),​ [[Three Principle Aspects of the Path]], [[Bodhisattva]],​ [[Shravaka]] (lacks Bodhichitta initially), [[Arhat]] ([[Hearer]],​ [[Auditor]] lacks Bodhichitta initially), [[Pratyekabuddha]] ([[Solitary Enlightened One]]), [[enlightenment]],​ [[Eighty-Eight Deluded Viewpoints]],​ [[Eighty-One Cognitive Delusions]],​ [[Two Vehicles]], [[Bodhisattva]],​ [[Theravada School]].
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 +[[Buddhist Text Translation Society]] (http://​www.BTTSonline.org) References: FAS-PII(1) 248-250.
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 +(NOTE: Numerous corrections and enhancements have been made under [[Shastra]] tradition and "​[[Fair Use]]" by an [[Anonymous Buddhist Monk Redactor]] (Compiler) of this [[Online Buddhist Encyclopedia Compilation]])
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 +Adapted from [[Fair Use]] Source: [[Upasaka]] [[Ron Epstein]], [[Buddhism A to Z]], 1999: p. 202 
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 +Primary [[Fair Use]] Compilation Source: Epstein, Ronald B., Ph.D, compiler, Buddhist Text Translation Society'​s [[Buddhism A to Z]], Burlingame, California: [[Buddhist Text Translation Society]], 2003. [[ISBN 0881393533]] ​ Paperback: 284 pages. ​ http://​www.BTTSOnline.org ​    ​www.Amazon.com ​  
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 +Secondary [[Fair Use]] Compilation Source: The [[Seeker’s Glossary of Buddhism]], 2nd ed., San Francisco, California: Sutra Translation Committee of the United States and Canada, 1998: http://​www.budaedu.org.tw
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 +http://​buddhism-dict.net/​ddb - Based in large part on the [[Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms]] with Sanskrit and English Equivalents (by [[Soothill]] and Hodous) Delhi, India: [[Motilal Banarsidass]],​ 1997.
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