Pure Land, 3 Definition(s)
A realm free from suffering in which it is easier to attain nirvana; the most famous one, Sukhavati, is the Pure Land of Amitabha Buddha and requires only calling out his name in order to be reborn in it; "Pure Land Buddhism" refers to this devotion directed towards Amitabha.
Pure, (indecl.) (is the genuine representative (with Māgadhī e) of Vedic puraḥ, which also appe...
Amitābha, (adj.) (a + mita (pp. of mā) + ā + bhā) of boundless or immeasurable splendour Sdhp.2...
|Pure Land of Vairocana|
The Lotus world, also the Pure Land of all Buddhas in their Sambhogakaya or Reward Body/Enjoyme...
jambudīpa : (m.) the country of the rose-apples; i.e. lndia.
|Pure Land of Ultimate Bliss|
This is the Buddha Land of Amitabha Buddha. In Amitabha Sutra, there is full description about ...
Also called the Saha World. It refers to the land on Earth. Saha interprets as bearing and endu...
|Nirvana of Pure Clear Self Nature|
It is commonly possessed by all individual sentient beings. It is not subject to birth and deat...
1a) Śuddha (शुद्ध).—A son of Anenas, and father of Śuci.** Bhāgavata-purāṇa IX. 17. 11.1b...
Avalokiteshvara, is an enlightened being who is a manifestation of all Buddhas' compassion. ...
1) Jhāna, 2 (nt.) (from jhāyati2) conflagration, fire D. III, 94; J. I, 347. (Page 286)2) Jhān...
Padma (पद्म) is a Sanskrit technical term referring to members of the moulding of a pedestal...
1) Sūci (सूचि).—A type of gesture (āṅgika) made with the feet (pāda);—Instructio...
Jāti (जाति) is a Sanskrit technical term referring to “futility” (sophisticated ...
1a) Brahmā (ब्रह्मा).—Pitāmaha, (Lokapitāmaha)—appeared on the lotus from the na...
Another famous triad includes Bhaiṣajyaguru 藥師如來 (Medicine Buddha) and his two bodhisattva r...
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