Vimalakīrti Sutra

by John R. McRae | 44,185 words

The Vimalakīrti Nirdeśa Sūtra is a Mahāyāna sūtra that teaches the meaning of nonduality. It contains a report of a teaching addressed to both arhats and bodhisattvas by the layman Vimalakīrti, who expounds the doctrine of śūnyatā, or emptiness, to them. According to Burton Watson, the Vimalakīrti Sūtra probably originated in India in approximatel...

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BDK English Tripiṭaka 256-I

 

 

THE VIMALAKĪRTI SUTRA

Translated from the Chinese

(Taishō Volume 12, Number 475)

 

by

John R. McRae

 

 

Numata Center

for Buddhist Translation and Research

2004

 

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