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Skt śrāvaka, lit., hearer, listener; akin to Skt śṛṇoti he hears — more at loud. Browse.

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Page 1 of 8 Advantages of Bodhicitta – Part 1 (lightly edited
Apr 14, 1993 One will surpass in brilliance the sravakas and solitary realizers. d. One will become an object of highest respect and offering.
The Tradition of the Lotus Sutra Faith in Japan
only can attain Buddhahood, while SrAvakas can never attain it.
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Śrāvaka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shravaka or Śrāvaka (Sanskrit) or Sāvaka (Pāli) means "hearer" or, more generally, "disciple". This term is used by both Buddhists and Jains.
Buddhist Sages: The Sravakas (Arhats) Tibetan Lohans
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