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The word "Akanishtha" means 'not below', or 'above all'. It refers to the pure abo...
Buddhism has six realms into which a soul can be reborn. From most to least pleasant, these are...
See Six Gunas.
See Six Directions of Reincarnation.
Or Six Internal Bases, or Six Sense organs, or Six Places. They are eye, ear, nose, tongue, bod...
According to the tradition preserved in the Abhidharmakosha of Vasubandhu (3 cen. CE), the s...
Traditionally, there are six Indian philosophies or metaphysical systems, called darshanas or &...
see Six Places and Six Indriyas.
Or Six External Bases, or Six Dusts. They are sight, sound, scent/smell, taste, tangibles/touch...
Or Six Sense organs, see Six Indriyas.
The six requirements indicating that the Sutra is a true record of teachings given directly by ...
Sanskrit word is Sadayatana. See Six Indriyas.
State the numerical strength and location of all the six kinds of substances (Dravya). ...
Shinay bardo (Tibetan): is the first bardo of birth and life. This bardo commences from conc...
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