Buddhist Mahâyâna Texts
Jazzybee Verlag, 2012 - 295 pages
This is the annotated edition including an extensive annotation of more than 10.000 words about the history and basics of Buddhism, written by Thomas William Rhys Davids This book contains a wealth of essential Mahayana texts of the Buddhist religion.
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Agita Amitâyus Ânanda Arahatship Arhat ascetics Asuras attained Avalokitesvara beauty Bhagavat Bhikshu birth blessed Buddhas Bodhi tree body born Brahman Buddha country Buddhist called charioteer death delight desire dharma disciples doctrine dwelling earth existence eyes flowers forest fully enlightened Tathâgata Gangâ gems Gina gods happiness heard heaven heavenly highest perfect knowledge Himavat holy and fully honoured hundred thousand niyutas idea immeasurable and innumerable Indra jewels kalpas king kotîs of Buddha lord Mahâyâna Mâra meditation mendicants mind Nāgasena Nirvâna niyutas of kotîs noble nobleminded Bodhisattvas obtain the highest obtained Bodhi old age pain palace Pāli pleasure possession of signs Pragñâpâramitâ preached preeminent prince sacred sage saints sake Sâkya Sanskrit Sâriputra selfcontrol sorrow soul spoke stock of merit Suddhodana Sugata Sukhâvatîvyûha Sumeru Sûtra thee things thou thought translation treatise trees Tushita uttered venerable Subhûti wisdom wise wish women world Sukhâvatî worship Yakshas yoganas