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Why do Buddhists wear robes?

Buddhist monks and nuns wear robes for much the same reason any monks and nuns do; to remind them that what is important is the inner life, rather than the outer trappings of life, like clothes. Robes also identify the wearer as a dedicated Dharma practitioner, so others will be less likely to tempt them to break their vows.

 

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