A warrior monk is a concept found in various cultures of a person who combines aspects of being a monk, such as deep religious devotion and an ascetic lifestyle, with being a warrior, trained to engage in violent conflict. Examples include:

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  • A warrior monk is a concept found in various cultures of a person who combines aspects of being a monk, such as deep religious devotion and an ascetic lifestyle, with being a warrior, trained to engage in violent conflict. Examples include: * Sōhei, a type of Japanese warrior. * Knights Templar, Knights Hospitallers and Teutonic Knights, warriors during the Crusades. * Shaolin Monastery, a Chinese monastery renowned for monks who were experts in the martial arts. * The description of the ideal soldier in the manual of the First Earth Battalion. * Nagas, a type of shaivite monks once served under Moghul commanders. (en)
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  • A warrior monk is a concept found in various cultures of a person who combines aspects of being a monk, such as deep religious devotion and an ascetic lifestyle, with being a warrior, trained to engage in violent conflict. Examples include: (en)
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  • Warrior monk (en)
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