1. three branches of Buddhist sutras
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2. TripiṭakaTripiṭaka is a traditional term used by various Buddhist sects to describe their various canons of scriptures. As the name suggests, a Tripiṭaka traditionally contains three "baskets" of teachings: a Sūtra Piṭaka, a Vinaya Piṭaka (Sanskrit & Pali) and an Abhidharma Piṭaka .
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