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Pali (ISO 15919/ALA-LC: is a Middle Indo-Aryan language or prakrit of India. It is best known as the language of the earliest extant Buddhist scriptures, as collected in the [[Pali Canon|PāTemplate:Transli Canon]] or Tipitaka, and as the liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism.




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