ARHANT (Sanskrit, pali, arhat—deserving, worthy)—in Buddhism, a saint who has attained nirvana after life and and no longer needs to be reborn (samsara); the fourth degree of sanctity.

E. Słuszkiewicz,Religie Indii [Religions of India] in: Zarys dziejów religii [Outline of the history of religion], Wwa 1965, 19854; M. Mejor, Buddyzm [Buddhism], Wwa 1980.

Eugeniusz Słuszkiewicz

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