Fa Hien, aka: Fa Hsien, Fa Yun; 1 Definition(s)

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[Fa Hien in Buddhism glossaries]

Fa Yun (A.D. 467-529) was a great Dharma master of the Satyasiddhi School, also a scholar of the Nirvana School. He wrote a commentary on Lotus Sutra, which is generally accepted by Japanese Buddhism later.

(Source): Buddhist Door: Glossary

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