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" Two more schools are frequently included by Chinese and Japanese authors among the great ones (ie the well-known six Indian). They are called Nikendabtra and Ashibika, and are quite similar to each other. They both hold that the penalty of a sinful life... "
History and Doctrines of the Ajivikas, a Vanished Indian Religion - Page 112
by Arthur Llewellyn Basham - 1981 - 316 pages
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Hindu Logic as Preserved in China and Japan

Sadajiro Sugiura - 1900 - 114 pages
...called Nikendabtra and Ashibika and are quite similar to each other. They both hold that the penalty of a sinful life must sooner or later be paid, and since...were ascetic, — fasting, silence, immovability, or the burying of themselves to the neck,4 were their expressions of penance. They were probably off-shoots...
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