Vasubandhu's Treatise on the Bodhisattva Vow

Vasubandhu s Treatise on the Bodhisattva Vow This is a treatise on the meaning of The Sutra on Generating the Resolve to Become a Buddha It was written by the famous early Indian shastra master and bodhisattva Shramana Vasubandhu ca ce In t

  • Title: Vasubandhu's Treatise on the Bodhisattva Vow
  • Author: Vasubandhu Bhikshu Dharmamitra
  • ISBN: 9781935413097
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is a treatise on the meaning of The Sutra on Generating the Resolve to Become a Buddha It was written by the famous early Indian shastra master and bodhisattva, Shramana Vasubandhu ca 300 ce In this text, Vasubandhu discourses on the causality behind the origination of the bodhisattva vow bodhicitta and on each of the six perfections through which that vow reaThis is a treatise on the meaning of The Sutra on Generating the Resolve to Become a Buddha It was written by the famous early Indian shastra master and bodhisattva, Shramana Vasubandhu ca 300 ce In this text, Vasubandhu discourses on the causality behind the origination of the bodhisattva vow bodhicitta and on each of the six perfections through which that vow reaches its fruition in buddhahood This volume includes facing page source text in both traditional and simplified scripts, variant readings from other editions, and translator s notes The translation is by the American monk, Bhikshu Dharmamitra, a translator of numerous important classic Buddhist works.

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    1. Vasubandhu Bhikshu Dharmamitra

      Vasubandhu Sanskrit traditional Chinese pinyin Sh q n Tibetan , Wylie dbyig gnyen fl 4th century was an Indian Buddhist monk and, along with his putative half brother Asanga, one of the main founders of the Indian Yog c ra school.Vasubandhu is one of the most influential figures in the entire history of Buddhism, and is held to have introduced formal logic to the Buddhist epistemological tradition In the Jodo Shinshu branch of Buddhism, he is considered the Second Patriarch in Zen, the 21st Patriarch.

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    1. If you are toying with aspiring to be a Bodhisattva, this teaching gives the needed motivation and practices required to begin.


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