Theravadan

Some articles on theravadan:

Ayya (Pali Word) - Re-establishment of Bhikkhuni Lineage
... are very few fully ordained (bhikkhuni) Ayyas in the 21st century because the Theravadan nuns' lineage was lost in most of southeast Asia, over the last ... The Theravadan bhikkhuni lineage was reinstated in 1996 at Sarnath, India, by a quorum of Theravada monks and Korean nuns ... Theravadan ordination is available for women (as of 2006) in Sri Lanka, where many of the current bhikkhunis have been ordained ...
Bhikkhunis in Theravada
... Brahmin Jainism The traditional appearance of Theravadan bhikkhunis is nearly identical to that of male monks, including a shaved head, shaved eyebrows and saffron robes ... White or pink robes are worn by Theravadan nuns who are not fully ordained ... like China, Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam, Japan and Sri Lanka, other scholars support ordination of Theravadan bhikkhunis ...
Buddhist Nuns - Bhikkhunis in Theravada
... Wanderer Ascetic Brahmin Jainism The traditional appearance of Theravadan bhikkhunis is nearly identical to that of male monks, including a shaved head, shaved eyebrows and saffron robes ... White or pink robes are worn by Theravadan nuns who are not fully ordained ... China, Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam, Japan and Sri Lanka, other scholars support ordination of Theravadan bhikkhunis ...