Pure Land, 3 Definition(s)
A realm free from suffering in which it is easier to attain nirvana; the most famous one, Sukhavati, is the Pure Land of Amitabha Buddha and requires only calling out his name in order to be reborn in it; "Pure Land Buddhism" refers to this devotion directed towards Amitabha.
Pure, (indecl.) (is the genuine representative (with Māgadhī e) of Vedic puraḥ, which also appe...
Amitābha, (adj.) (a + mita (pp. of mā) + ā + bhā) of boundless or immeasurable splendour Sdhp.2...
|Pure Land of Vairocana|
The Lotus world, also the Pure Land of all Buddhas in their Sambhogakaya or Reward Body/Enjoyme...
jambudīpa : (m.) the country of the rose-apples; i.e. lndia.
|Pure Land of Ultimate Bliss|
This is the Buddha Land of Amitabha Buddha. In Amitabha Sutra, there is full description about ...
Also called the Saha World. It refers to the land on Earth. Saha interprets as bearing and endu...
(land of strangers ). These two forms occur in the Authorized Version but four times in all, al...
|Land of Shinar|
LXX. and Vulgate "Senaar;" in the inscriptions, "Shumir;" probably identical with Babylonia or ...
|Land of Shual|
land of the fox, a district in the tribe of Benjamin ( 1 Samuel 13:17 ); possibly the same as S...
|Land of Tob|
a district on the east of Jodan, about 13 miles south-east of the Sea of Galilee, to which Jeph...
|Land Of Benjamin|
The proximity of Benjamin to Ephraim during the march to the promised land was maintained in th...
|Land Of Shalim|
land of foxes, a place apparently to the north-west of Jerusalem ( 1 Samuel 9:4 ), perhaps in t...
|Land Of Zuph|
( 1 Samuel 9:5 1 Samuel 9:6 ), a district in which lay Samuel's city, Ramah. It was probably so...
|Land of Uz|
where Job lived ( 1:1 ; Jeremiah 25:20 ; Lamentations 4:21 ), probably somewhere to the east or...
|Land Of Shalisha|
probably the district of Baal-shalisha ( 2 Kings 4:42 ), lying about 12 miles north of Lydda ( ...
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