THE THIRD BUDDHIST COUNCIL: PATALIPUTRA

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Thursday, April 28, 2022 at 12:45:54 PM India Standard Time
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We might call this the First Third Buddhist Council, or the Second Second Buddhist Council, and there are two versions of it. If it happened at all, it may have happened in the 4th or 3rd century BCE; some sources date it closer to the time of the Second Council, and some date it to closer to the time other the other Third Council.

Be advised that, most of the time, when historians talk about the Third Buddhist Council they're talking about the other one, Pataliputra II. The story that often is confused with the Second Council concerns Mahadeva, a monk with a bad reputation who is almost certainly a myth.

Mahadeva is said to have proposed five points of doctrine over which the assembly could not agree, and this caused a schism between two factions, Mahasanghika and Sthavira, which eventually resulted in the split between the Theravada and Mahayana schools.

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