Sacred Books of the East
Psychology Press, Oct 26, 2001 - 794 pages
This is a subset of the Sacred Books of the East Series which includes translations of all the most important works of the seven non-Christian religions which have exercised a profound influence on the civilizations of the continent of Asia. The works have been translated by leading authorities in their field.
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INDEX OF NAMES AND SUBJECTS 105
THE LARGER PRAGĐ┬P┬RAMIT┬HRDAYAS█TRA 145
Common terms and phrases
able actions AmitÔbha AmitÔyus ┬nanda appear attained beauty become believe Bhagavat Bhikshu birth blessed Bodhi Bodhisattvas body born bright Buddha country called cause Chinese colour death desire dwell earth entered excellent existence explain eyes five flowers former four fruits fully enlightened give gods gold hands happiness hear heard heavenly highest perfect knowledge holy hundred thousand idea immeasurable innumerable jewels kalpas kinds king known kotis lapis lazuli leaves light living lord means meditation millions mind never niyutas objects obtain the highest perception person pleasure possessed prayer preached prince produced pure qualities quarters rays river Sanskrit seen sense seven signs sound spoke stock of merit Subhűti SukhÔvatţ Sűtra Tathagata teach thee things thou thought translation trees true turned whole wisdom wise wish worship XVII