Vehicle. A coherent body of teachings and meditation practices related to a particular stage on the path of buddhadharma. The three main vehicles are hinayana, mahayana and vajrayana.
a Sanskrit word means vehicle. A term applied to Buddhism as a means by which a practitioner cultivates on the path to enlightenment. The different vehicles correspond to views of spiritual path, that differ as to the basic attitude of the practitioner and the means of making progress on the way. There are categories of one, two, three and five vehicles.
(Skt.): Vehicle. Usually; specific path/system of Buddhist practice.
Literally, vehicle; a spiritual path that takes you from where you are to where you want to be. See also Hinayana, Mahayana, etc.
( Skt.): "path" or "vehicle". The means for traveling the path to enlightenment. See hinayana, mahayana and vajrayana.