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two accumulations

sambharadvaya (Skt); tsog nyi (Tib); tshogs gnyis (Wyl)

Also called the two collections or two types of merit, they are: the merit of virtue, which develops the method side of the path by practicing generosity and so forth, and the merit of (transcendental) wisdom, which develops the wisdom side of the path by meditation on emptiness and so forth. See also merit.