Dharmapala (disambiguation)

Dharmapala (disambiguation)

Dharmapala is a Sanskrit name which means "protector of the Dharma". The Pāli equivalent is Dhammapala. The name is often used by Buddhists to refer to a variety of persons and concepts, including:

Buddhism

Rulers

Others

  • A. W. Dharmapala, a pioneering broadcaster of Radio Ceylon.
  • Dhammapala, a Theravada Buddhist group in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.
  • Dhammapala Kloster, a Theravada Buddhist monastery in Kandersteg, Switzerland.

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