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The Avadānaśataka or "Century of Noble Deeds (Avadāna)" is an anthology in Sanskrit of legends, primarily concerning the Buddha and the Maurya emperor Aśoka, written by members of the Sarvāstivāda school of Buddhism.


Fables in the Vinaya-Pitaka of the Sarvastivad in School by Jean Przyluski, "The Indian Historical Quarterly", Vol.V, No.1, 1929.03