Sarma (Tibetan Buddhism)


Sarma (Tibetan Buddhism)

Sarma (bo|t=གསྲ་མ|w=gsar ma)

In Tibetan Buddhism, the Sarma (new translation) schools include the three newest of the four main schools, comprising:

*Kagyu
*Sakya
*Kadam/Geluk

and their sub-branches.

The Nyingma school is the sole Ngagyur or "old translation," school.


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