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Tibetan Buddhism

Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, or more simply, Tibetan Buddhism, the Buddhism of the Himalayas and surrounding areas derives from that of North India in the 7th to 13th centuries CE. Its overwhelming emphasis is on the classical Sutrayāna teachings of the Vast Vehicle. It widely includes the Buddhist tantras (Vajrayāna), as well as one of the 17 schools of early Buddhism, Sārvāstivāda, then found in present-day Kashmir.

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