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Daśabhūmikā (Sanskrit. Chinese 地論宗; pinyin di lun zong) was a Buddhist sect in China based around Vasubandhu's Sanskrit sutra of the same name (Chinese 十地經; pinyin shi di jing; ten stages sutra). It was later absorbed in to the Huayan school, which adopted this sutra as part of its own central text.


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