A Treatise on the Paramis

by Ācariya Dhammapāla | 1978 | 23,066 words

The work introduces itself as a treatise composed “for clansmen following the suttas who are zealously engaged in the practice of the vehicle to great enlightenment, in order to improve their skilfulness in accumulating the requisites of enlightenment.”...

Chapter I - What are the Paramis?

The paramis are the noble qualities such as giving, etc., accompanied by compassion and skilful means, and untainted by craving, conceit, and views.[1]

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Tanhamanaditthihi anupahata karunupayakosallapariggahita danadayo gund pdramiyo.

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