Sarvastivada (Skt. Sarvāstivāda; Tib. ཐམས་ཅད་ཡོད་པར་སྨྲ་བ་, tamché yöpar mawa, Wyl. thams cad yod par smra ba) — one of the four major early Buddhist schools established in India, the others being Pudgalavada, Vibhajyavada and Mahasanghika. Sarvastivada was a widespread group, and there were different sub-schools or sects throughout its history, the most influential ones being the Vaibhashika school based in Kashmir and the Sautrantika school.