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|Series||Rinsen Buddhist text series -- 3|
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|Number of Pages||142|
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Corrigenda slip inserted into book. Acknowledgement: the subsidy of Kaisei-kai Fund awarded to the present work.
Description: lxxxiii, pages, 7 folded leaves: illustrations ; 26 cm Add tags for "Suvikrāntavikrāmi-pariprcchā prajñāpāramitā sūtra". Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (6) Buddhism -- Sacred books. Western scholars have traditionally considered the earliest sūtra in the Prajñāpāramitā class to be the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtra or "Perfection of Wisdom in 8, Lines", which was probably put in writing in the 1st century BCE.
This chronology is based on the views of Edward Conze, who largely considered dates of translation into other e: ပညာပါရမီတ, (IPA: [pjɪ̀ɰ̃ɲà pàɹəmìta̰]). Queen Dipa Malla as the goddess Prajnaparamita, Nepal, s AD, gilt copper, traces of gold and blue pigment - Arthur M.
Sackler Gallery - DSCjpg 3, × 4,; MB. Features - Chinese - Korean - English The Buddhist text known around the world as the Diamond Sutra is a short Mahayana sutra of the Perfection of Wisdom genre, which teaches the practice of the avoidance of abiding in extremes of mental attachment.
A copy of the Diamond Sutra, found among the Dun.