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    In ancient Indian Buddhist monasteries, a ceremony called Parvarana used to be held. It was the

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    1. occasion to elect the Sanghparinayaka and two speakers - one on Dhamma and the other on Vinaya
    2. confession by monks of their offences committed during their stay in the monasteries during the rainy season
    3. ceremony of initiation of new person into the Buddhist Sangha in which the head was shaved and yellow robes were offered
    4. gathering of Buddhist monks on the next day to the full-moon day of Ashadha when they take up a fixed abode for the next four months of the rainy season
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