these are the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha (Buddhist community) which practitioners take refuge in.
The precious buddha, the precious dharma, and the precious sangha.
Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. Also referred to as the Three Treasures, i.e. that which is valued above all else. Buddhists take refuge in The Three Jewels as follows: I take refuge in Buddha, and resolve that with all beings I will understand the Great Way, whereby the Buddha-seed may forever thrive. I take refuge in Dharma, and resolve that with all beings I will enter deeply into the Sutra-treasure, whereby my wisdom may grow as vast as the ocean. I take refuge in Sangha, and its wisdom, example and never-failing help, and resolve to live in harmony with all sentient beings.
(Tib.: kon chog sum), the three objects of refuge in Buddhism: the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. Sometimes referred to as the 'Triple Gem' in English.
The three jewels of refuge in Buddhism are the Buddha, the Dharma (doctrine) and the Sangha (spiritual community). Practitioners accept that the Buddha found a way to freedom, taught the Dharma as the path to that freedom, and founded the Sangha as the supportive community that follows the way.
Or the Three Precious Ones, i.e. the Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha.
The objects of refuge for a Buddhist: Buddha, Dharma and Sangha.
The three objects of refuge – the buddha, the dharma and the sangha. The buddha represents an example of one who has attained enlightenment; the Dharma represents the teachings; and the Sangha refers to the assembly of realized beings and fellow practitioners on the path.
in Buddhism, one takes refuge in the Buddha, the Dharma (teachings), and the Sangha (the community of monks).
The Three Jewels, also rendered as Three Treasures, Three Refuges or Triple Gem (Sanskrit: Triratna à¤¤à¥à¤°à¤¿à¤°à¤¤à¥à¤¨, also Ratna-traya à¤°à¤¤à¥à¤¨à¤¤à¥à¤°à¤¯ ; Pali: Tiratana à¤¤à¤¿à¤°à¤¤à¤¨ , Tisarana à¤¤à¤¿à¤¸à¤°à¤¨; Chinese: ä¸‰å¯¶ or ä¸‰å®, SÄnbÇŽo; Japanese: SambÅ or SampÅ) are the three things that Buddhists give themselves to, and in return look toward for guidance, in the process known as taking refuge.