- Skt śrāvaka, lit., hearer, listener; akin to Skt śṛṇoti he hears — more at loud. Browse.
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- Apr 14, 1993 One will surpass in brilliance the sravakas and solitary realizers. d. One will become an object of highest respect and offering.
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- only can attain Buddhahood, while SrAvakas can never attain it.
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- Shravaka or Śrāvaka (Sanskrit) or Sāvaka (Pāli) means "hearer" or, more generally, "disciple". This term is used by both Buddhists and Jains.
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