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The Wheel of The Dhamma (The Noble Eightfold Path in Buddhism)

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The Wheel of The Dhamma (The Noble Eightfold Path in Buddhism)

The Noble Eightfold Path in Buddhism:

Right View/ Understanding, Right Thought/Intention, Right Speech, Right Action, Right Livelihood, Right Efforts, Right Meditation, Right Concentration.

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The Wheel of The Dhamma (The Noble Eightfold Path in Buddhism) is part of the Buddhist Symbols group.

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