Kātyāyanīputra, aka: Katyayaniputra, Katyayani-putra; 1 Definition(s)

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General definition (in Buddhism)

Parshva Katyayaniputra (1365-1290 BCE).—According to Paramartha’s “Life of Vasubandhu” , Katyayaniputra, a brahmana Buddhist, lived 500 years after Buddha nirvana (1865 BC). Hiuen Tsang also records that Katyayaniputra flourished 500 years after nirvana. Paramartha tells us that Katyayaniputra went to Kashmir. He collected the information of the Abhidharma of Sarvastivada with the help of 500 Arhats and 500 Bodhisattvas. He arranged them into eight books amounted to 50,000 verses.

(Source): academia.edu: The Chronological History of Buddhism

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