Dasavidha-rājadhamma ("tenfold virtue of the ruler") is a Buddhist teaching outlining the duties which rulers of people, organisations, companies, offices, countries and other institutions are obligated to uphold.
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- Revolution has a place in deposing a ruler who does not embody the dasrājadhamma, but not a place within a revolutionary political philosophy which espouses violence and bloodshed.
- Bhikkhu Buddhadasa, Me and Mine: Selected Essays of Bhikkhu Buddhadasa, edited by Donald K. Swearer (1989), p.