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'''Bhadrika''' (Skt. ''Bhadrika''; Pali ''Bhaddiya''; Tib. བཟང་ལྡན་, ''zang den''; [[Wyl.]] ''bzang ldan'') was one of the five ascetics who practised austerities with Shakyamuni Buddha before his enlightenment. He later became one of the Buddha’s first disciples and a [[Stream-enterer|stream enterer]] upon hearing the [[Three turnings|first turning of the wheel of dharma]] and upon hearing the second turning he became an arhat.
 
'''Bhadrika''' (Skt. ''Bhadrika''; Pali ''Bhaddiya''; Tib. བཟང་ལྡན་, ''zang den''; [[Wyl.]] ''bzang ldan'') was one of the five ascetics who practised austerities with Shakyamuni Buddha before his enlightenment. He later became one of the Buddha’s first disciples and a [[Stream-enterer|stream enterer]] upon hearing the [[Three turnings|first turning of the wheel of dharma]] and upon hearing the second turning he became an arhat.
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Revision as of 15:01, 11 November 2018

Bhadrika (Skt. Bhadrika; Pali Bhaddiya; Tib. བཟང་ལྡན་, zang den; Wyl. bzang ldan) was one of the five ascetics who practised austerities with Shakyamuni Buddha before his enlightenment. He later became one of the Buddha’s first disciples and a stream enterer upon hearing the first turning of the wheel of dharma and upon hearing the second turning he became an arhat.

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Five first excellent disciples