VATSIPUTRIYA


VATSIPUTRIYA
   an UNORTHODOX School of BUDDHISM which emerged in the third century B.C. led by Vtsputra that is distinguished by its affirmation of the REALITY of the human person or SOUL and by its BELIEF in TRANSMIGRATION.

Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.

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