The shrine of knowledge.


pratimoksa. Buddhist monastic code; a set of 227 rules that govern the daily activities of the monk and nun.

Pratimoksha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Pratimoksha books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

The seven pratimoksha vows
The seven pratimoksha vows.
The Monastic Rules of Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism / The
large, from the Sanskrit language recensions of the Pratimoksha text of the Buddhist monastic All Buddhist monastic traditions honor the Pratimoksha rules.
Tibetan: སོ་ སོ་ ཐར་པའི་ ོམ ་པ། / སོ་
person with the Pratimoksha vow, lay practitioner, Dom pa=vow). 2. Vow of the ordained.
Advice on the Buddhist practice of confession
the pratimoksha vow. The bodhisattva vow is like a golden vessel or vase, whereas the pratimoksha vows are like vessels made of clay.
Advice for Monks and Nuns
That is not the connotation of the pratimoksha. Prati means individual; moksha means Pratimoksha means renounced ordination.

Suggested News Resources

Irony Of The “Left” In Opposing Rajapaksa Amidst Buddhists
It is not for a Monk to handle or deal in money and wealth, and which hinders attainment of mind's supreme peace,” from Pratimoksha Sutra (Code of Conduct) of Buddhist monks.

Suggested Web Resources

Pratimoksha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Pratimoksha is a Buddhist moral discipline(skt.).
Pratimoksha vows - Rigpa Wiki
Feb 2, 2011 The vows of pratimoksha (Skt. pratimokṣa-saṃvara; Wyl. so thar gyi sdom pa) or vows of 'individual liberation' (Skt.
Revised Pratimoksha Vinaya
Pratimoksha for the sangha. Someone who is Buddha has devised the pratimoksha for us to recite from the pratimoksha and to be recited twice a month.
Pratimoksha | Facebook
Pratimoksha - Description: The Pratimoksha is a Buddhist moral discipline(skt.). Choosing Simplicity: A Commentary on the Bhikshuni
By providing an insider's perspective...this book makes a valuable contribution.

Great care has been taken to prepare the information on this page. Elements of the content come from factual and lexical knowledge databases, library and third-party sources. We appreciate your suggestions and comments on further improvements of the site.

Discussion Forum
Place for your opinion