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“In Buddhism, a bodhisattva (Sanskrit: बोधिसत्त्व bodhisattva; Pali: बोधिसत्त bodhisatta) is...Bodhisattva
“The term Pāramitā or Pāramī (Sanskrit and Pāli respectively) means "Perfect" or "Perfection". In...Pāramitā
“Mandala (Sanskrit: मण्डल maṇḍala "essence" + "having" or "containing", also translates as...Mandala
“According to some schools of Tibetan Buddhism and Bön, Dzogchen is the natural, primordial state...Dzogchen
“Samyaksambuddhas (Pali: Sammasambuddha) gain Nirvana by their own efforts, and discover the...Types of Buddha
“In Buddhism, consciousness-only or mind-only (Sanskrit: vijñapti-mātratā, vijñapti-mātra...Consciousness-only
“In Buddhism, instead of looking for any external saviour, most Buddhists believe one can take...Refuge (Buddhism)
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Pages in category "Buddhist philosophical concepts"
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