Pañca-mārga (Skt., ‘five paths’). Five stages in Buddhist progress (cf. bhūmi): (i) sambhāramarga, path of accumulation; (ii) prayogamarga, path of preparation; (iii) darśana-marga, path of seeing; (iv) bhāvanā-marga, path of meditation; (v) aśaikṣa-marga, path of not-learning any further.
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