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Gone, gone, gone to the
Shore Beyond, completely
gone to the Shore Beyond.
Blessed is the awakening
of wisdom

[sa]gate gate paragate
parasamgate bodhi
svaha

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,
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) ) )
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| (j
1.
gatha [sa]gatha ][ 1.

earnest effort; intensified
effort
[sa]prayoga , )) 1.
enlightened one, an [sa]buddha ( 1.
reading a sutra in silence (| = 1.
meanness and greed [sa]matsarya-mala j, 1.

discrimination; to choose,
select right decision by
wisdom
[sa]pravicaya = )) 1.
thirst; desire or longing [sa]tanha 9 ( 1.

miniature shrine, a; coffin,
a
1.

decreasing kalpa (in which
the period of life is
gradually reduced)
, );
,-
;)
1.
nectar of immortality [sa]amrta ] 1.

Buddha's response to the
needs of sentient beings
q 1.
lecture hall q 1.

buddhist lecturer; sutra
teacher
q 1.

hindrance; earthly desire,
passion
[sa]avarana ' 1.

opening the spiritual eyes;
[zh]kai-yan; k'ai-yen [N 1.
attaining elightenment

lay believer, a; male
Buddhist, a
[sa]gaha-pati = 1.

begging for alms; alms
round
, | 1.

repeated verse; verses
contained in the scripture
which repeat the substance
of the prose discourses
[sa]geya ^, 7^ V
q
,),
5
,)
1.

path of insight, the; stage
of beholding the truth, the

[sa]darsana-marga,
drs i-marga
} 1.
goddess of the solid earth
[sa]dridha prithiv-
devata
=|
=


'

1.

seeing, hearing, perceiving
and
conceiving in the mind

[sa]drs a-sruta-mata-j
ata
}[7 1.

seeing one's true nature
and becoming a buddha

[zh]jian-xing-cheng-
fo; chien-hsing-
ch'eng-fo
,, }|)f 1.

seeing one's true nature
and
realizing the buddhist way

[zh]jian-xing-wu-dao;
chien-hsing-wu-tao
, }|] 1.

defilement of views;
corruption of doctrinal
views, one of the five final
corruption
[sa]drs i-kasaya = },
=7
,)

=
,),
=,
'=,
,=,
=
1.
opinion; view }P 1.
restricted area [sa]smabandha }; 1.

buddhist council (which is
held to settle questions of
[sa]samgti }W 1.
orthodox)
buddhist scripture, a; sutra [sa]sutra |
;,
z
|),
f
)
1.

cognitive object; field
(sphere) of act
[sa]visaya

;)
1.

Buddhist canon [scripture];
collection of sutras
[sa]sutra-pi aka |

f
)

,
;
1.

buddhist precept, a;
precept
[sa]sla ) 1.

mudra; symbolic manual
sign, a
[sa]mudra z 1.

suffering;
unsatisfactoriness
[sa]duhkha 1.

sea of suffering, the; world
of transmigration, the
[sa]duhkha-samudra + 1.
emptiness [sa]sunyata 1.

merit; accumulation of
merit
[sa]yatna )
=)
{)
1.

kalpa of annihilation, the;
one of four periods of
cosmic change
;
L
;), ,
,
,

1.

contemplation on the
emptiness
[sa]sunyatanupasyana ] 1.

realm of endless
[boundless] empty space,
the; stage of unlimited
nothingness, the

[sa]akasa-anantya-
ayatana
=}

L
}),
,

1.
teaching of emptiness, a [sa]sunyata-mukha [ 1.
device; contrivance 1.

test-case; conundrum used
in Seon as a meditative
practice, a
.= 1.
offering [sa]puja ( 1.
emptiness and tranquility [sa]vivikta ^ | 1.

Emptiness Sect; School
[Sect] based on the
doctrine of emptiness, a
1.

illusion; that which is not
real
[sa]kha-puspa = {, " 1.
retribution; karmic results [sa]vipaka-phala T = 1.

contemplation on Amita's
Pure Land
] 1.
meditative thought ] 1.

method of contemplation
(or obtaining of insight
into truth)
[sa]dharma-nidhyana ],
]
*)
1.

sprinkling water on an
image of the baby Buddha;
ceremony performed on
the Buddha's birthday, a
f
7,
;7
1.

meditation on one's mind;
contemplation of mind
[sa]vyavalokayat ] 1.

Avalokiteshvara;
Bodhisattva of
Compassion
[sa]avalokitesvara ]V
,

1.
mantra of light, the
[sa]aloka-visuddhi-
pada
jy7 1.

Virupaksha; one of the
kings of the four quarters
[sa]virupaksa = || 1.
shame; moral shame or
sense of shame [sa]apatrapya | 1.

kalpa of destruction[decay,
disintegration], the
[sa]samvarta-kalpa , @;
L
;), ,
,
,

1.

classification of the
Buddha's teachings
[) 1.
phrase [sa]pada = 1.
ultimate; final [sa]nis ha , 1.

esoteric ritual for acquiring
good memory, an
2[|,

1.

old karma, an; act done in
a former life, an
7 1.
complete; perfect [sa]sampanna = =) 1.

full precepts for a bhikshu
and bhikshuni
[sa]susamapta-sla = =))
,

1.

nine levels; nine grades for
aspirants to enter Amita's
Pure Land
[sa]nava-prakara '+ 1.
state master, a = 1.
world; land; country [sa]ksetra = , ( ' 1.

all kinds of beings, various
sentient beings
[sa]jagat ( ), ) 1.

multitudinous beings,
numerous living beings
[sa]bahu-jana , 1.
provisional and temporary

1.
expedient teaching [
;3
[)
1.
expediency and truth ; 3 1.

incarnation, an; provisional
manifestation
(
=,=
,
1.

expedient wisdom; for
teaching sentient beings,
the

;3
)
1.
temporary manifestation
=,
,
=,
`
1.
temporary transformation [sa]avatara = 1.
taking refuge in [sa]sarana; namas (= ',
(,
'
1.
utmost pleasure[bliss] [sa]sukhavat == 1
=?
)
1.

world of utmost bliss; pure
land of utmost bliss
[sa]sukhavat == 1;
==,
==

1.
most sacred person, the =, 1 1.
ultimate stage, the =- 1 1.

natural or fundamental
quality (to understand
Buddhist teaching)
[sa]indriya , 1| 1.
diligent practice; exertion [sa]abhiyukta f 1.
diligent practice; striving [sa]abhiyoga , ) 1.

diamond; symbol for
firmness or hardness, a
[sa]vajra [ 1.

vajrayana; diamond
vehicle
[sa]vajrayana [ 1.
Buddhist precepts [sa]vrata ) 1.
this life , -
;,,
',
1.
garuda; gold-wing bird, a [sa]garuda ` /)
,

1.
prayer priest, a 7
7
{
), 7
1.

{()
wonderful; extraordinary [sa]adbhuta 7= ) 1.
good; auspicious [sa]mangala f 1.
precept teacher [sa]karamacarya , )% 1.
buddhist surplice or robe [sa]kasaya ^, , 1.

mythical bird (said to have
a beautiful voice), a
[sa]kalavinka [, ]|[] 1.
Kalmashapada [sa]kalmasapada , = )[.}[, ))3 1.
kalpa; aeon [sa]kalpa , ; 1.
period of defilement
[sa]kalpa
-kasaya
=, = ;, 1.
kalpa-fire; eon fire [sa]kalpagni =, = ;9 1.

instant, an; time span of a
single thought, the
[sa]ksana T', ' ( 1.

kings and warriors; the
ruling warrior class in
ancient India, the
[sa]ksatriya T=^, (] = 1.
conch-like tuft of hair [sa]usnsa ' 1 1.
hell [sa]naraka ', = 7 = 1.
Narayana; deity, a [sa]narayana '^', '
-,
=

1.

pay homage to; take refuge
in
[sa]namo '5, ' J=
(=,
(
1.
curly hair ' @ 1.
conch [sa]sankha '~ 1= 1.
pleasure [sa]sukha ' 1.

oviparous; born from an
egg
[sa]anda-ja ,
,L
),
,,
,, =
1.
,

stage of difficulty (in
overcoming), the
[sa]sudurjaya bhumi ] 1.

internal emptiness [non-
substantiality]
[sa]adhyatma-sunyata ' 1.
after life
[sa]upapanna, anagate
'dhvani
', " ' 1.
welcoming [sa]pratyudyana ' 7 1.

southern continent (one of
the four continents in
Indian Buddhist
cosmology), the
[sa]ambudvpa
-,

J[,|

J[
J)
1.
suffering old age [sa]jara duhkha { 1.
platform with a fireplace, a 1.
old age and death [sa]jara marana {7 1.
zen masters [sa]mahallaka { 1.
dwelling in the open air [sa]abhyavakasika ^
^
)

,
1.
commentary on a sutra [sa]upadesa 1.

debate, discussion on
doctrine
[sa]upadesa = 1.

one of three divisions of
the Buddhist Canon
[sa]abhidharma piaka 1.
outflows; defilements [sa]asrava { 1.
tower, a; raised pavilion [sa]prasada |[ 1.
extinction of defilements [sa]asrava ksaya { 1.

wisdom without illusion;
wisdom free from illusion
[sa]asrava ksaya jana { 1.

subject; subjective
viewpoint
[sa]pariksaka ] 1.

thinking and that which is
thought; remembering and
the object remembered
1.

subject and object; seeing
the world in a dualistic
way
1.

subjective condition;
subject which perceives
the subject, the
[sa]alambana ( 1.

objectifying and
objectified; subject
perceiving function of
consciousness and the
object perceived, the
(( 1.
expression; interpretation [sa]abhidhana ; 1.

cognizing subject and the
cognized object; grasping
and that which is grasped
[sa]grahya-grahaka 1.

causal situation; causes
and conditions
[sa]nidana ' }[
,
7
1.
hell [sa]niraya ^ !* 1.

nirvana; cessation of
suffering, freedom from
rebirth
[sa]nirvana ', j ,
,
^
1.
Nirvana Hall, the ', j ,

)
1.

many thoughts; many
recollections
[sa]bahu-ksanika

)
1.
dharani; mystic incantation [sa]dharani }
,
]f
|)
1.
tea drinking ritual 1.
dharma [sa]dharma %, , ,) 1.

widely learned; broad
knowledge
[sa]bahu-sruta [ 1.

first and foremost in
hearing the sermoms, the
[#
,

1.

Vaishravana; one of the
four heavenly kings
[sa]vaisravana [

|.
[)
1.

many-treasured Buddha, a;
Buddha appearing in the
Saddharma-pundarika
sutra, a

[sa]prabhutaratna-
tathagata
9 7 1.

many-jeweled pagoda;
pagoda of the many-
treasured Buddha
) 1.

many lives in
transmigration
, 1.

many lives through out
innumerable kalpas

,, ,

[; , 1.

five-letter Manjushri spell,
the


,

,

1.

much knowledge of
Buddhist teaching
1.

annihilation view; doctrine
of annihilation, the
[sa]uccheda-drs i } 1.

one-sided (view of)
emptiness
1.

two views of nihilism and
eternalism

[sa]sasvatoccheda-
drs i
.} 1.
sitting upright ^ 1.

sleeping in the sitting
posture
^ " 1.
banner
[sa]dhavaja, ketu,
pataka
|
,

1.

thing itself, a; real
substance
, 1.

great capacity; capacity to
understand (Mahayana)
Buddhism, a
7 V 7 1.

expedient (means of)
teaching; sermon suited for
a certain group of people, a
7; YV,
;
,
7;
1.

great compassionate
womb-store

[sa]mahakaruna-
garbhadhatu
(| 1.
great vehicles, the [sa]mahayana 1.
true self, the [sa]mahatman | 1.
great arhat, a [sa]maha-arhat q( 1.

virtuous conduct; moral
deed
=, {) 1.
enlightement [sa]bodhi , " 1.

agitation, a; mental
function which upsets a
person and prevents
him/her from being
composed, a
[sa]auddhatya )= 1.

site for Buddhist practice,
a
[sa]bodhi-manda 1.

monk in charge of the
clerical work in a temple, a
[sa]karma-dana ' 1.

wisdom of Buddhas or
bodhisattvas, the;
discriminative wisdom to
save all sentient beings, the
1.

arriving at the other shore,
i.e. nirvana; transcendence [sa]paramita =
'
, 1.
to perfection
elation and depression
[sa]auddhatya-
kaukrtya
7 )
7
)
)

)
1.

teaching of sudden
enlightenment, the
' |[ 1.

sudden awakening;
method of practice
whereby one's wishes are
quickly fulfilled, a
' |, 1.
sudden enlightenment ' |] 1.

sudden enlightenment and
sudden practice
'' |]|f 1.

sudden enlightenment and
gradual practice
' |]f 1.

teachings of sudden
enligtenment and gradual
enlightenment, the
' |.[ 1.
sudden enlightenment ', | 1.

same teaching of the
simple vehicle, the
=[ 1.

cooperation; working
together, helping each
other
[sa]samanarthata =

=
5)
1.

winter retreat; training
period in winter
<?= 1.

boy child (who serves
monks), a
[sa]kumara ' 1.

mutual compassion; great
compassion of the Buddha
and bodhisattvas
=(

1.

rules of frugal living for
Buddhist mendicants, the
[sa]dhuta , )[ 1.

dhuta practice; ascetic
practices
[sa]dhuta-guna ,, , )[) 1.
retreating from the world
,

1.

attained fruit; attaining
spiritual fruition
[sa]phala-prapti =T 1.

attaining of Nirvana
[liberation]
[sa]abhisambuddha =
,)
f)
1.

attainment of salvation
(liberation or
enlightenment)
[sa]parayati = "
=
])
") 1.

final stage before complete
and perfect enlightenment;
11th bhumi
[sa]sambuddha 1.

same stream, homogeneity
of a certain cause and its
effect, the
[sa]nisyanda ( ( 1.

homogeneous effect;
natural result
[sa]nisyanda-phala (T ( T 1.

perfect supreme
enlightment
[sa]samyaksambodhi
,
,
'
'
1.

perfectly enlightened One,
the

[sa]samyak-
sambuddha
( 1.

concentration; one of
seven names of samadhi
[sa]samapatti
-,
,)
1.
hell of repetitive pain [sa]samjva = ) 1.

Tushita Heaven, the;
fourth of the sixth heavens
in a realm of desire, in
which the future Buddha
dwells, the
[sa]tusita (, = 1.
Lama [bo]bLa-ma [ 1.
Lamaism [bo]bLa-ma [[

1.
rakshasa; demon, a [sa]raksasa =, ' V( 1.
Vairocana Buddha [sa]rocana buddha
', '

'
1.
ego-consciousness, the [sa]manas ', ' ] 7 1.

mani; wish-fulfilling mani
-gem
[sa]mani [}H 1.
devil [sa]mara , 1.
maitreya [sa]maitreya ==^, '= /[ 1.

great being, a; Bodhisattva,
a
[sa]mahasattva =, [j[

)
1.
great vehicle [sa]mahayana ^', [j) 1.
Maheshvara [sa]mahesvara
,

[g)

1.

deity, a (with a human
body and a snake head)
[sa]mahoraga , [

1.
arrogance [sa]mana | 1.
mandara-flower, a [sa]mandarava = [" 1.

mandala; symbolic
representation of cosmic
forces in two or three
dimentional form, a
[sa]mandala , ,[ 1.

mantra; mystic words,
words of power
[sa]mantra = y7 1.

svastika; sign of good
fortune
[sa]svastika 1.

Excellent Virtue
Bodhisattva; Bodhisattva
of Wisdom
[sa]majusur
'=
,
[
E=
{
[)
1.

holistic practices;
wholesome practices
, $) 1.
travelling monk , $) 1.

decadent Dharma; Dharma
of the Last Days

[sa]saddharma-
vipralopa, carima-kala
, 1.

latter age, a; end of the
[sa]pascima-kala 1.
world, the

illusory external object;
unreal world, the
1.
deluded thought 1.
false discrimination
[sa]abhuta-parikalpa,
parikalpa, vikalpita
;)

1.
erroneous thinking [sa]vikalpa * 1.
deluded mind 1.

delusive speech; false
boasting
[sa]mrsa-vada q 1.

deluded conditioning; false
object
( 1.

delusion; false
discrimination
] 1.
delusory attachment [sa]abhinivesa | 1.

driftwood for a blind
tortoise

[zh]mang-gui-fu-mu;
mang-kui-fu-mu
](= |[, 1.
life-root; life-force [sa]jvita-indriya 1 1.
name and form [sa]nama-rupa ^ 1.

divinities who protect
Buddhism
[sa]vidya-raja 3 1.
mantra; spell, a [sa]vidya 1.
defilement of life [sa]ayus-kasaya = , 1.

wooden drum (used in
buddhist temple), a
= ) 1.

tastelessness; detachment
from the taste of the
concentration
' ,,H
.
=)
1.
wondrous enlightenment [sa]subuddhi E 1.
wondrous seeing[vision] [sa]sudrs i E }
E

1.

wondrous observing
wisdom
[sa]pratyaveksa-jana E ]] 1.
wonderful dharma, the [sa]saddharma E , 1.

wondrous function
[activity]

[zh]miao-yong; miao-
yung
E

=
1.
wondrous existence
[zh]miao-you; miao-
yu
E ( 1.

mystic substance, the; true
[real] substance of thing,
the
[zh]miao-ti; miao-t'i E 1.
immediate; no interruption [sa]anantaram =[ 1.

path of no interruption,
the; stage of annihilation
of all afflictions, the
[sa]anantaryamarga =[
L
)
1.
shamelessness [sa]anapatrapya =| 1.
undefiled stage, the =l

\l
)
1.

neutral; neither good nor
bad
[sa]avyakrta 7 = 1.
saint, a; holy man, a [sa]muni , 5 "}
,,

1.

unequal; one without
equal, Buddha, the
[sa]asama = 1.
equal with the unequalled [sa]asamasama =
f
(),

1.

immeasurable light;
infinite light
[sa]amitabha =j 1.
immeasurable kalpa
[sa]amita-kalpa,
aparanta-kalpa-ko i
, =; 1.
boundless and infinite life [sa]amitayus = 1.
Buddha of Infinite Life [sa]Amitayus-buddha
,

=f
'

,
'
1.
undefiled [sa]anasrava ={ 1.

undefiled seeds; seeds of
no-outflow
={ 1.
undefiled wisdom [sa]anasrava-jana ={ 1.
ignorance [sa]avidya = 1.
unbound emancipation =(P] 1.
limitless; boundless [sa]anantavat, anata = 1.

unimpeding moral
neutrality; neutral nature
that does not hinder
enlightenment, the
[sa]aklis a-avyakrta 7 == 1.

no problem; freedom from
trouble
[sa]avastuka = 1.

formless; no-
characteristics
[sa]alaksana =| 1.
impermanence [sa]anitya = 1.
unsurpassed [sa]anuttara = 1.

suffering of
impermanence; suffering
caused by impermanence
[sa]anitya-duhkha = 1.

markless[formless]
enlightenment
[sa]alaksana-bodhi ', =|| 1.
Unsurpassed one [sa]anuttara = 1.

non-conceptual
concentration; fourth in the
fourth dhyana
[sa]asamji-samapatti =*, 1.
Formless True Suchness 9 =|y 1.
Heaven of no-thought, the [sa]asamjika =* 1.

realm of non-form
[formlessness], the
[sa]arupya-dhatu ^ =; 1.

concentration of the
formless realm; meditation
of the formless realm
[sa]arupya-samapatti ^ =;,
^
=
,)

^

1.

non-production; non-
origination
[sa]anutpanna, ajati , = 1.

cognizance of non-
production; truth of non-
production, the

[sa]anutpattika
dharma-ksanti
, =(
,
=
,()
1.

non-arising wisdom;
wisdom of non-production,
the
[sa]anutpada-jana , = 1.

no self-nature; no
substance

[sa]nihsvabhavatva,
nihsvabhava
, =| 1.
non-acquisition [sa]apraptitva = = 1.

abode of nothingness, the;
stage of concentrating on
nothingless, the

[sa]akimcanya-
ayatana
=(} 1.
beginninglessness [sa]anadi ` =/ 1.
non-self; non-ego [sa]anatman =| 1.

Buddha of Unhindered
Light
[sa]apratihata-prabha 9 =jf
'

1.
unhindered person 9 =/ 1.

nirvana without remainder;
complete nirvana

[sa]nirupadhisesa-
nirvana
9j =J,
9=
j
1.

unconditional
benevolence; causeless
compassion

[zh]wu-yuan-ci-bei;
wu-yan-ts'-pei
=(J( 1.
lake without heat, the [sa]anavatapta j =,, 1.
undefilement [sa]aklis a, asamklesa = 1.
unconditioned; uncreated [sa]asamskrta - =) 1.

unconditioned existence
[dharmas]

[sa]asamskrta-
dharmah
- =), - 1.
non-duality [sa]advaya =. 1.

non-functioning; non-
active
[sa]akarmaka = = 1.
not truly existent [sa]asad-bhuta =, 1.

nirvana of abiding in
neither samsara nor
nirvana, the
[sa]apratis hita nirvana
',
j
=|}, 1.
no-anger; non-hatred [sa]apratigha = 1.
non restriction [sa]nirargada = 1.
no conscience [sa]ahrikya =| 1.
no delusion [sa]amoha =)

))
1.

ineffable[indescribable]
Buddha

[sa]atulya-prabha-
buddha
, ={f

1.
non-craving; no-coveting [sa]alobha =, 1.
unmanifested form [sa]avijapti-rupa J^ =? 1.

no-more-learning; state of
arhatship, the
[sa]asaiksa =
(
)
1.

truth of non-duality by
silence (by Vimalakirti),
the
= .
=
=
1.
silent meditation
[zh]mo-zhao-chan;
mo-chao-ch'an
= | 1.

hearing the Dharma;
learning(studying)
[sa]sruta , 7 [ 1.
gathering of syllables [sa]vyajana-kaya 1.
objects of taste, the [sa]rasa-visaya ' H 1.

delusion and
enlightenment
' ] 1.

unprecedented; miraculous
[sa]apurva-dharma ', (, ', 1.
thing, a

esoteric teaching, the;
tantrism
[ 1.

land of mystic
glorification; mysteriously
adorned land
[sa]ghana-vyuha = 3

1.
mystic sign [sa]choma 1.

Guardian of buddhas;
hidden track Vajras
[sa]guhyaka-vajrapani ^ [
^=

1.

secret practice; esoteric
practice
[sa]ajata-carya , ) 1.

Bhagavat; World Honored
One
[sa]bhagavat =, ,],
,

1.

minor offences for a monk
or nun, a

[sa]prayascittika,
payattika
}| 1.

slight or inferior level or
stage, the
[sa]tanubhumi , 1.
inner ordinary beings ' ,) 1.

ordinary people at the
inferior level of spirituality
,) 1.
outer ordinary beings = ,~) 1.
semi-cross-legged sitting [sa]ardha-paryanka ^ =|[, =| 1.
meal supervisor, the {) 1.

two teachings of half and
full word; division of the
Buddha's teaching into
Hinayana and Mahayana
=T.[ 1.
half-word and full-word =T 1.

practice of samadhi both
while walking and
chanting sutras, and while
sitting and meditating, the

,^',
,^-
=)=H

-
1.
cymbals [sa]tadavacara )
,
1.


land of radiance; stage of
emission of the light of
wisdom, the
[sa]prabhakar bhumi j 1.
place-mat 1.

confession and repentance
of one's offences
[sa]pratidesayati 7 1.

to reject and negate; denial
or negation
[sa]nasti ]= 1.

arousal of mind;
awakening the bodhi mind
[sa]bodhi-citta-utpada ', | 1.

arousal of mind; to awaken
aspiration for bodhi
[sa]citta-utpada 1.

aspiration (for
enlightenment), the; to
make a vow

[sa]pranidhanam,
pranidadhati
/ 1.

to vow to be reborn in pure
land and to transfer merit
7 /L7 1.

order of seats at the table
for monks, the; bowl seat,
the place each monk
occupies at table
- 1.

to reveal the eternity of
Sakyamuni by declaring
the historical Buddha to be
an incarnation of the
eternal Buddha
^ [ 1.
correct and extensive [sa]vaipulya ,|
,
)
1.
releasing living things , j 1.
life-releasing ceremony ,7 j, 1.
head priest, a ,5 1.

one hundred realms; the
ten realms each of ten
divisions, so called by the
Tiantai school, the
; 1.
one hundred dharmas, the , 1.

glorification with one
hundred merits
= |3

1.
one hundred-day lecture Tq 1.

hundred-and-one karma,
the

,

)% 1.

one hundred and eight
illusions[passion], the; 108
karmic bonds
' J|

}7)
1.

one hundred and eight
kinds of Samadhi
[contemplation of mind],
the

',
-
H

-, 108
'
1.

ringing of a temple bell
one hundred and eight
times on New Year's Eve,
the
1.

one hundred acts in
compliance with the
precepts, the
,= ))] 1.
sutra translation academy
[zh]fan-jing-yuan;
fan-ching-yan
|| 1.
afflictions; evil passion [sa]klesa ' J| 1.
demon of evil passions, the [sa]klesa-mara ' J|[ 1.

afflictive obstruction, the;
hindrance of evil passions
[sa]klesaavarana ' J|
'9
J|
)
1.
defilement of evil passions
[sa]klesa
-kasaya
'= J|, 1.
voice of Buddha, the )V
,)
1)
1.
pure religious practice [sa]brahma-carya , ))
,
))
1.

dharma; teaching of the
Buddha, the
[sa]dharma ,
,

1.

meanness on teacing
dharmas
,) 1.
objects of mind, the [sa]dharma-visaya , 1.

dharma-realm; whole
universal, the
[sa]dharma dhatu ,;
^

1.
dharma-realm palace, the
[bo]Chos kyi dbyings
phobran
,;= 1.

homogeneous outflow
from the dharma-realm;
Buddha's teaching, the
( ,;( 1.

power of the dharma-
realm, the; power of
buddha nature
,;
,
,|
)
1.

three levels of
contemplation on the
dharma-realm, the
,;] 1.

dharma-realm body;
embodiment of Truth and
Law
[sa]dharmkaya ,; 1.

sentient beings throughout
the dharma-realm
, ,;T 1.

dharma bridge; Buddha's
teaching, the
[sa]setu ,W 1.

capacity for receiving the
dharma
7 ,V 1.

vessel of the dharma, a; a
person able to receive
dharmas
7 ,= 1.

dharma-hall, a; main hall
of a temple, a
, 1.
lamp of the dharma , 1.

type of musical instrument,
a
,1 1.

joy of the Dharma;
religious joy
[sa]dharma-arama = , 1.

power of the Buddhist
Dharma
, 1.

discussion about the
Buddhist teaching
{ , 1.

dharma stream;
transmission of the
dharma, Truth
( ,( 1.

wheel of the Dharma, the;
teaching of the Buddha
[sa]dharma-cakra , 1.
dhrma principle, a , 1.

merit of the dharma, the;
benefit in the dharma
,] 1.
extinction of the dharma ,) 1.

dharma life; wisdom
likened to life
, 1.

dharma name; Buddhist
name, a
, 1.
dharma-duty ,] 1.

non-substantiality of
dharma
[sa]dharma-nairatmya ,=| 1.

teachings of the Buddha,
the
[sa]dharma prayaya ]1| ,[ 1.
successor priest, the ,} 1.
Dharma-characteristic [sa]dharma-laksana ,| 1.

Dharma-characteristics
sect, the

[zh]Fa-xiang-zong;
Fa-hsiang-tsung
,| 1.
Dharma-nature; nature of ,,

things, the
[sa]dharmata , ,|
9,
;
1.

tranquility of the Dharma-
nature
,^ ,||, 1.

donation of the Dharma;
preaching of the Buddha-
truth
[sa]dharma-dana ` , 1.

dharma-body, the; cosmic
body
[sa]dharma kaya , 1.

verse of the Dharma-body,
the
,) 1.

One's great [real] self of
dharma-body
,| 1.

formlessness of the
Dharma-body
,=| 1.

life-span representing the
eternally abiding Dharma-
body, the
,| 1.

preaching by the Dharma-
body
; ,, 1.
stage dharma-cloud, the dharma-megha bhumi , 1.
existence of dharma, the ,( 1.

school claiming Dharmas
exist, but the self does not
,(|= 1.
sound of the Dharma ,V 1.

naturalness; each thing as
it is in its suchness
, 1.
Dharma-store [sa]dharma-kosa , 1.
Dharmakara-bodhisattva
[sa]Dharmakara-
bodhisattva
'=,

,[


'=

1.
Dharmakara-school [sa]Dharmagupta , 1.
Dharmakara-bhikshu
[sa]Dharmakara-
=, ,[

=
1.
bhiksu

Lord of the Dharma, the;
Shakamuni
[sa]dharmasvamin , 1.
attachment to the dharma [sa]dharma-graha ,| 1.
substance of dharma, the
[sa]dharma-sthiti,
bhavata
, 1.
efficacy of the dharma, the ,\ 1.

Dharma emperor; Yama
God, the
[sa]dharma-raja , 1.

joy of hearing or practicing
the dharma
[sa]dharma prty ahara = ,| 1.
extreme view [sa]antagraha-drs i , }, }, 1.

erroneous discrimination;
imagining everything as
real
[sa]parikalpana 7 1.

being produced from all-
pervasive attachment;
attachemnt to one's
discriminations
[sa]parikalpita 7| 1.

nature of existence
produced from all-
pervasive imagination, the;
nature of existence
produce from attachment
to all pervasive
discriminations

[sa]parikalpita-
svabhava
, 7|| 1.
accomplishing a change , ) 1.
body subject to change = * 1.
heaven of universal purity [sa]subha-krtsna 1.
pervading all places [sa]sarvatraga , ) 1.

universal causes;
omnipresent causes like
false views which affect
everyday acts
[sa]sarvatraga-hetu , )2 (T 1.
transformation, a [sa]nimana, nirmita = 1.

dharma-kaya subject to
transformation, the; reality
body subject to
transformation
= ,

1.

transformation-body of the
Buddha, the
=
=,
=
1.
distinct teaching, the )[

1.
specific vow, the )/ ] 1.

individual commandment
for the liberation
[sa]pratimoksa )P]) 1.

highest wisdom, the;
enlightenment
[sa]bodhi ', | 1.
bodhisattva [sa]bodhisattva '=, [

1.

life as retribution;
rewarded life-span
= 1.
alms-giving; donation [sa]dana `
),
'
), `
)
1.

tathagata, the king of
treasures, the
9 37 1.

treasure store; repository
for the Buddhist teachings
[sa]ratnagarbha 1.
treasure-gem, a [sa]mani-ratna H 1.

bodhisattva who will take
up a buddha's place in the

'=, |}[ 1.
next life, a
universal request q 1.
precious ocean; treaure sea [sa]samudrarenu +

=
1.

manifesting physical forms
everywhere
^ 1.

treasure-casket seal spell,
the

[sa]karanda-mudra-
dharan
g[} 1.
power of merit = | 1.

accumulated merit (which
brings about happiness in
the world)
= |;

;)
1.
house of merit, a = | 1.
meritorious acts = |7 1.
field of merit, a [sa]punya-ksetra =; |5 1.
merit and wisdom = |
|.
=
1.

original state of
enlightenment, the
1.

originally great
manifesting itself as
something lesser, the; high
in the original state and
low in the state of
incarnation
^ 1.
main hall of a temple, the 1.

originally free from
worries
7= 1.

original buddha, the;
buddha-nature within
oneself, the
f 1.
originally unproduced [sa]ady-anutpada , 1.

ultimate state of things
being unproduced, the;
, | 1.
original state or no birth,
the

former matter[affairs];
original time
[sa]itivrttaka 1.
principal teacher, the 1.
fundamental aspect, the [ 1.
head temple' of a sect, the 1.
original vow, the [sa]samaya ^ 1.
one's original nature , | 1.
original mind, the 1.
original vow, the [sa]purva-pranidhana / 1.

power of the original vow,
the
/ 1.

original state, the;
originally existent
[sa]purvakala-bhava ( 1.

Buddha-nature originally
innate in sentient beings,
the
, (f| 1.

theory of Candrapala (that
all seeds in the alaya-
vijnana have existed there
since the belongless past),
the
; ( 1.
inherently-existing seeds ( 1.

main image enshrined in a
temple, the; main object of
veneration
( 1.

original place; original
state of enlightenment, the
1.

original body;
fundamental, true body of
Mahavairocana, the
1.
essential, basic quality ; ] 1.

teaching of the original
Buddha, the
=
^=
)
1.

practicing with sincerity
(and reverence for the
Buddha)
[sa]upasampada , ) 1.

continuous chanting of a
sutra; unceasing reading of
the sutras
| 1.
immovable stage, the [sa]acala bhumi 1 1.

Dharma-transmission
ceremony, the
[sa]abhiseka {,) 1.

transmission of the
Dharma-store
{, 1.

supporting precepts and
expounding the eternal
|)[

|)
])
1.

contemplation on the
impurity of one's body
[sa]asubha-bhavana ] 1.
indeterminate nature [sa]aniyataika-gotraka , , , 1.

indeterminate class; those
whose destinies are not
certain
, 1.

Buddha's entrusting of a
task, the; entrustment of
the Buddha with the
trasmission of the teaching
{ 1.
discrimination [sa]vikalpa, kalpana ;) 1.

discrimination and
calculation; thinking with
discrimination
= ;)7j
=

1.

discrimination and
delusory thoughts
;) 1.

degree; state; rank;
distinction
[zh]fen-qi; fen-ch'i ;) 1.
non-enlightenment 1.

not despising; previous
incarnation of the Buddha,
a
|

|
[)
1.
Buddha-realm f; 1.
amoghapasha [sa]amoghapasa ` y7 1.
buddha-fruit; buddha stage T f
,
-
1.
not engaging in idle talk
[sa]sambhinna-
prarapa-viramana
7 (q

)
1.
buddha's virtue, the [sa]buddha-guna = f{ 1.

Buddhist path, the; path to
the buddhahood, the
[sa]agra-bodhi f 1.
Buddha's power f 1.

no dependence on words
and letters
1.
not telling lies
[sa]anrta-vacana-
viramana
q

)
1.
precept of no lying, the q) 1.

buddha-work; delivering
of Buddha's teaching
[sa]buddha-karya f 1.
not having wrong views
[sa]mithya-darsana-
viramana
}

)
1.
not committing adultery
[sa]kama-mithyacara-
viramana

)
1.
precept of non adultery ) 1.
not killing living beings
[sa]ahimsa,
pranatipata-viramana
, {

)
1.
precept of non-killing , {) 1.
not arising; non-birth , j 1.
buddha-nature [sa]buddha-dhatu , f|
"
= ,
1.
Buddha vehicle [sa]buddha-yana f 1.
seal of the Buddha-mind f
,

1.
not uttering harsh words
[sa]parusa-vacana-
viramana
' ]J

)
1.

Buddha-eye; insight of the
Buddha, the
fN 1.

not uttering words which
cause enmity

[sa]pisuna-vacana-
viramana
;

)
1.

Not revealing the whole
meaning; implicit meaning
[sa]neya-artha '= , '= 1.

precept of non-drinking;
precept that one should not
drink intoxicants, the
v) 1.
non-duality and oneness . 1.
whisk, a [sa]vyajana | 1.
Buddha hall ; fF 1.
wisdom of the Buddha, the
[sa]tathagatajana-
darsana
f7} 1.
not being angry [sa]vyapada-viramana 9

)
1.
not being greedy
[sa]abhidhyana-
viramana
= ,s

)
1.

non-backsliding; non-
retrogression

[sa]avinivartanya,
avaivartika
; - 1.
not stealing
[sa]adattadana-
viramana
]

)
1.

precept of no stealing;
precept that one should not
steal, the
]) 1.

stage of Never Returner,
the
[sa]anagami-phala T
TL
)
1.

Buddha; enlingtened one,
the
[sa]buddha f[
,

1.
mercy; compassion [sa]karuna ( 1.
slandering the Dharma [sa]pratiksepa 7, 1.

slandering the true dharma;
rejecting the Buddhist
teaching

[sa]saddharma-
pratiksepa
7,, 1.
esoteric practice, an |, 1.

olfactory-consciousness,
the
[sa]ghrana-vijana 5] 1.

vows based on
compassion;
compassionate vow of a
Buddha or bodhisattva, the
(/

(
/)
1.
allegories; parable [sa]avadana }| 1.
field of compassionate ; (5
=;|
5)
1.

insentient beings; non-
sentient
[sa]asattva 7] 1.

means of salvation which
arises out of and is
supported by compassion
and wisdom, the
(,f 1.

non-analytical cessation;
extinction and non-
reproduction due to the
lack of a productive cause

[sa]apratisamkhya-
niradha
= 7))

1.

flat bowl used in Buddhist
ceremonies, a; bowl,
especially an alms-bowl of
a Buddhist monk, a
[sa]patra =,
,
,

)
1.

paramita; perfection;
reaching the other shore
(to attain enlightment)
[sa]paramita ', }

}
)

=
), "
),
=3
{)
1.

most strict, severe precept,
the
[sa]parajika , }, 1.

offense of the most severe
precept, the
[sa]parajika
*,
*
},3 1.
transformation [sa]parinama '
;=
)
1.
complete nirvana [sa]parinirvana
', j

,
9j

1.

the kind of devil who is the
lord of the highest of the
six heavens in the realm of
desire
[sa]papyas ^, }1
,
'
1.
white lotus [sa]pundarka
7=,
=
,[]" = 1.

perfect wisdom;
transcendental wisdom
[sa]praja 7, ^ = 1.

Prajnaparamita-sutra
custodian, the; monk in
charge of Prajna Sutra

7'
, ^
=) ^ 1.

Prajnaparamita-sutra
period, the

7'`
, ^`
= 1.

Collection of Wisdom
sutra

7'
, ^
=
^

1.

set of four minor offenses
of a monk concerning
meals, a
[sa]pratidesanya
^,

}||}

|
})
1.
pratimoksha [sa]pratimoksa
=,
=
}| 1.

pratyutpanna-samadhi;
concentration of the
Buddha

[sa]pratyutpanna-
samadhi
='
', -
H

;
-l
f]
H),

-f
H),
,
-
)
H)

-
1.
matter, phenomena 1.
wrong view, a [sa]mibhya-drs i } 1.
four types of suffering, the [sa]catasro duhkhatah L
9
,
,7,
=
,
,
1.
four abodes of emptiness L}

,
,

1.
four fruits, the [sa]catvari phalani T L 1.

meditation on the
phenomenal aspect of
reality
]

])
1.
wrong meditation ] 1.

two aspects of ritual and
doctrine, the
[.| 1.

four periods of cosmic
change, the
, L;
,,
,
,

1.

four bases of mindfulness,
the

[sa]catvari smrty-
upasthanani
L} 1.
four great elements, the
[sa]catvari-
mahabhutani
L 1.

four excellent qualities of
Nirvana, the
= L{ 1.
Phenomena and noumena 1.

non-hindrance between
phenomena and the
noumenal principle
9 =|

9
=|)
1.

two kinds of meditation on
the phenomenal aspect and
the noumenal principle, the
.] 1.
demon of death [sa]mrtyu-mara 7
==

1.

four demons, the; major
sources of distraction and
delusion
[sa]catur-mara L 1.

meditative concentration;
concentration the mind on
a single point
[sa]samadhi ', - H

[
),
,)
1.

samadhi doctrines;
teaching of esoteric
Buddhism
', [, 1.
king of samadhi, the
'',
--
H3H 1.

one of the seven names of
meditation
[sa]samahita , [ 1.
false arrogance | 1.

wrong livelihood; to make
a living in an immoral way
1.

preaching sermons as an
wrong way of living
; , 1.

four improper means of
livelihood for monks, the
|

L
|)

,
)
1.

absence of impediment in
communicating in various
dialects
9 j=|
9
=
)
1.

four kinds of unhindered
speech, the

[sa]catasrah
pratisamvidah
9 L=|J 1.

four forms of fearlessness,
the

[sa]catvari
vasaradyani
= L=[

=
1.
temple school, the [ [ 1.
Property of a temple | 1.

four gravest offences of
the rules for Buddhist
monks, the

[sa]catvarah parajika
dharmah
L}, 1.

four Dharma-realms of the
Hua-yen school, the
L,; 1.
realm of phenomena, the ,; 1.

offering phenomenal
things
,( 1.

four necessities (of a
monk)
L 1.

non-obstruction between
individual phenomena; all
forms of phenomenal
existence in the world
blend with each other
without impediment
9 = 1.
realm of non-obstruction
between individual
phenomena; mode of

existence in which all
phenomenal things are
mutually unhindered and
interfused, the
9 =|,; 1.

phenomenon; phenomenal
aspect
|
[
|)
1.
four modes of birth, the [sa]catvaro yonayah , L
,,
,,
,,
=,
1.

four meditation heavens in
the realm of form
L 1.

four ways of embracing
sentient beings, the

[sa]catur-samgraha-
vastu
, L5,,L5 1.
four castes, the [sa]catvaro varnah , L 1.
four holy ones, the [sa]catur-arya , L 1.
fourfold noble truth, the
[sa]catvary arya-
satyani
, L 1.
four bodies L

1.
karma which causes death 77
==

1.

four aspects of
supernatural power, the
[sa]catvra rddhipadah 9== L)
=
L|
))

==,
=,
=,
=
1.

four conditions, the; four
types of cause, the
[sa]catvarah pratyayah L(
,
,
,
,
1.

four modes of acts, the;
walking, standing, sitting
and lying down

[sa]caturvidha
ryapathah
-= LF]
,^
)|
)
1.

four stages of one's
existence
[sa]catvaro bhavah L(
=

1.

fornication or adultery;
committing adultery

[pi]kamesu
micchsscara
1.
four kinds of illusion, the [sa]catur-viparyasa ; L@f 1.
four right efforts, the
[sa]catur-
samyakprahana
L

L
),
=L
)
1.

four types of meditation,
the
[sa]catvari dhyanani L[ 1.

beings predetermined for
evil; those who are
wrongly established

[sa]mithyatva-niyata-
rasi
,

),
,
T
),
,
|,
)
1.
four kinds of mandala, the
,

L 1.

chief monk, a; master of a
temple, a
[sa]vhara-svamin 1.
four continents, the [sa]catvaro dvpah LJ 1.

four categories of
Buddhist, the
[sa]catasrah parsadah LT

1.
four wisdoms, the [sa]catvari janani L 1.
Wrong attachement | 1.

four kinds of attachment
[clinging], the
[sa]catvary upadanani L 1.
four Buddha-lands, the L 1.

secular world, the; world
[sa]saha , ,
(
),

1.
of endurance, the ,
;)

four great vows; four great
vows of boddhisattvahood,
the
^ LT/ 1.

becoming emptiness by the
analytical wisdom
[sa]anavakara sunyata J 1.
distraction [sa]viksepa JH 1.

gate to a monastery, the;
monastery itself, the
[ 1.

rustic monk, a; monk of a
mountain temple, a
( 1.

distracted thought;
scattered mind
J 1.

strew flowers; to scatter
flowers in honor of a
Buddha, etc.
= J" 1.
three carts 1.

three carts school;
philosopher of the three
vehicles

)
1.
three realms [sa]trayo dhatavah ; 1.
teaching of three stage |[

|
f,)
1.
three pronged vajra ) 1.
three types of suffering [sa]tisro duhkhatah

), ,
)
),
@
)
1.
three emptiness 1.
threefold contemplation ] 1.

three teachings; Buddhism,
Confucianism and Taoism
[ 1.
threefold refuge [sa]tri sarana gamana ( (= 1.

three kind of transformers;
three kinds of transforming
consciousnesses
[sa]trividha parinama
7,
?
, 3

1.
three kinds of nirvana three categories of act ', j ,
,j
|
,),
j

,),

j,
f,
)
1.

three greatness; three great
characteristics, the

),
|
),

)
1.

three virtues (of the
Buddha)
= { 1.

three destinies; three
lower-realms, the
'
=,
(,
=,
1.

three sagely paths; three
evil destinies
1.
three poisons[defilements] = = 1.
three pleasures =
=
),
=
), j
1.
=,
)
three powers 1.
three wheels

7)
1.

threefold circle of
donation; giver, receiver,
gift
| 1.

verses of the pure threefold
circle
,) 1.

concentration of the mind
on a single object
[sa]samaya ^ H - 1.
three types of knowledge [sa]tisro vidyah 1.

three non-nature; three
kinds of non-existences
, =|]?| 1.
three non-differences
[sa]trividha
nihsvabhavata
=) 1.

three transcendental
wisdom
^ =

^,
^,
;
^
1.

three wheels of Dharma,
the
1.
three treasures [sa]ratna traya 1.

three meritorious acts;
three acts of merit
= | 1.
three kinds of impure meat
=
|),
=)
|), ,
=)
|)
1.

three kinds of mental
discrimination
;) 1.

three types of Buddha
, f| 1.
nature
three secrets | 1.
three samadhi
[sa]trayah
samadhayah
', - H 1.

three leaders [superior
monks] and seven
witnesses
, 1.
three lives , 1.
third medition heaven 1.
three kinds of nature , | 1.
three periods 1.
three subtleties

=
7|),

}
|),

;|)
1.
three worlds [ 1.

cause and effect in three
periods
T 2 1.
three kinds of perception 1.
three vehicles [sa]trni yanani 1.

three categories of
donation
` 1.
three peiods ` 1.
three periods of teaching ` [ 1.

three times of karma; three
periods of karmic
retribution
` 7

[
7),

[
7),
[{
7)
1.
three consciousnesses ] 1.

three aspects of faith; three
faiths which are needed to
reborn in Pureland
1.
three bodies of the Buddha [sa]trayah kayah
,
),
=
),
q
)
1.
thirty blows[whacks] 1.

thirty gods who protects
the keepers of lotus sutra
| 1.

thirty-three representations
[reincarnations] of
Avalokiteshvara
]V 1.

body of the thirty three
reincarnation of
Avalokitesvara
1.

heaven of the Thirty Three
Gods, the
[sa]trayastrimsah

|]
)
1.

thirty six constituents of
the body
| 1.

thirty two distinguishing
marks of the Buddha; 32
major physical
characteristics (which are
attributed to the Buddha)

[sa]dvartimsan maha
purusalaksanani
.| 1.

thirty seven kinds of
practice (to attain nirvana)

[sa]saptatrimsad bodhi
paksika dharmah
+ 1.

thirty seven deities of
Diamond Realm
(

1.
three immesurable kalpas
7,

[(|;

1.
three evil ' ] 1.
three evil worlds [sa]tisro durgatayah ' ]
',

1.

full and perfect
enlightenment
[sa]samyak sambodhi
', '

]| 1.

three karmas, the; three
categories of act
[sa]trni karmani 7
,
,
=
1.

three existences; the
realms of desire, form, and
formlessness
( 1.

three parables[similes] of
lotus flower
| 1.

three kinds of deportment;
three kinds of controlling
one's conduct
= )] 1.

three robes and the alms
bowl
= ( 1.

three branches[baskets] of
Buddhist scriptures
[sa]tripiaka 1.
three hindrances [sa]trny avaranani 1.
three calamities , 1.
three kinds of truth, the 1.

contemplation on the
Perfect Harmony among
the Three Truths
]] 1.
three honorable one ( 1.
three kinds of precept ) 1.

three kinds [types] of a
world
[ 1.
three kinds of prohibition = )] 1.
three types of pure meat 1.

three methods of
repentance
7 , 1.

three stages of preaching;
three times repetition of
preaching
; (, 1.
three kinds of wisdom

'
),

),

'
)
1.

three incalculable eons and
one hundred eons
|; 1.

three parts of syllogism;
Indian syllogism, the
= 5,

5)
1.

one billion worlds, a;
entire universe, composed
of myriads of world
systems, the

[sa]trisahasra
mahasahasro
lokadhatuh
;

1.
three groups of people

,
),

,),

,
)
1.

three pure precepts of a
bodhisattvas
)

))
1.

three practices of
Buddhism; precept,
1.
meditation and wisdom

three kinds of liberation
[ deliverance]
P]

)
1.
three stages of the wise - )
-,
,,
7
1.
three delusions =
, ,

1.
sentient beings [sa]sattva =, [
(
])

7
])
1.

characteristics; attribute,
an
[sa]laksana | 1.
ideation; perception [sa]samja * 1.

samgha; Buddhist
community
[sa]samgha , (] 1.
monastic robes , (]*
=,

1.
doctrine of eternity, the [sa]sasvata-drs i } 1.
upper realm, the ;
^,
^
1.
superior fruit, the T 1.

seeking enlightenment
above
', 2| 1.

person of superior ability,
a
7 1V

1)
1.

entering the dharma-hall;
upper hall
1.
eternity and bliss =
j
=,
L{)
1.

eternity, bliss, self, and
purity
= | 1.
eternal bliss festival =7 j7 1.
sadaparibhuta bodhisattva
[sa]sadaparibhuta
bodhisattva
'=,

|[ 1.
rebirth in an upper heaven;

be born into superior state
of existence
, 1.

vow to follow the buddha
always and to learn from
him, the
[f/ 1.
superior vehicle, a 1.

association; to company
with
|q 1.

mutual entry; complete
interfusion
|/ 1.

land of eternal, tranquil
light, the
^ |j 1.

sadaprarudita bodhisattva;
Ever Wailing Bodhisattva

[sa]sadaprarudita
bodhisattva
'=,

|[ 1.
upper seat [sa]sthavira ^ 1.
theravada [sa]theravada ^ 1.
senior priest, a ^ ( 1.
everlasting [sa]nitya | 1.

eternal and having no
characteristics
|=| 1.
eternal dharma-body, the |, 1.

everlasting buddha-nature,
the
, |f| 1.
identity; mutually identical = |[ 1.

Samkhya school; one of
the six philosophical
schools in India
[sa]samkhya 7 (] 7^ 1.

land of utmost bliss for the
highest class, the
== +1 1.

highest birth of the highest
class, the
, + 1.
vishishtacaritra bodhisattva
[sa]visis acaritra
bodhisattva
,'=,
,
)[ 1.
constant practice samadhi, ,', , ,
the - )H - 1.

major and minor marks;
marks of Buddha
|/
3?
|) 80

/)
1.
form [sa]rupa ^ 1.

visible objects; realms of
vision, or form, the
[sa]rupa-visaya ^
`

1.

realm of form, the;
manifested physical bodies
[sa]rupa-dhatu ^ ; ^ 1.
physical form of a Buddha [sa]rupa-kaya ^ ^ 1.

form and mind; materiality
and sprituality
[sa]rupa-citta ^ 1.

demanding[requesting] an
answer
^ 7q 1.

greed arising in the realm
of form
[sa]rupa-raga ^ ,

^9

=
1.

small quantity of meal
offered to deities at meal, a
, { 1.
living Buddha, a , f 1.
birth and death [sa]jati-marana , 7 1.

transmigration in the birth
and death
[sa]samsara-samsrti ,; 7(= 1.

earthly body; body of a
buddha or bodhisattva in
human form, the
, 1.

relics of the Buddha or of a
revered monk
[sa]sarra , ] 1.
Sala [sa]Sala / [pa]Sala ', ' !.
Pure Land in the West ^ , 1.
vows [sa]pranidhana ^ / 1.
udumbara flower [sa]udumbara ^= )q"

=,
^=
1.
western heaven ^ 1.
Seon; meditation [sa]dhyana ,) 1.

meditation and teachings;
teaching of all Seon sect,
the
[ 1.
root of merit [sa]kusala-mula 1 1.
path of meditation, the [ 1.
Seon teaching , 1.
Good-Dharma hall, the , 1.

monk of Good-Dharma,
the; Good-Dharma monk,
the
,[ 1.

Seon master; meditation
master
1.

Aniruddha-bodhisattva;
one of the ten great
disciples of the Buddha

[sa]aniruddha-
bodhisattva
[ 1.

room for Seon practice, a;
meditation room[3]
; 1.

prior act [karma]; action in
previous life
(7 1.

Seon center; temple where
meditation is practiced, a
| 1.

rules of conduct in the
Seon sect, the
) 1.
immortal, an [sa]rsi / 1.
sage, a [sa]rsi / ) 1.

good causes, good results;
good results of good deeds,
the
T 2
''
T
1.

priestling Suddhana;
practitioner mentioned in
the Avatamsaka-sutra, a

[sa]sudhana-sresthi-
dareka
! 1.
meditation; concentration [sa]dhyana , 1.
Seon sect, the 1.

good friend or teacher
(who leads one to the
Buddhist way)
[sa]kalyana-mitra 7] 1.

stage of wondrous
wisdom, the
[sa]sadhu-mat bhumi ] 1.

Prajnaptivadin; school of
Abhidharma, a
[sa]prajaptivadin ;
18

1.
exposition of a sutra ; | 1.

confession and repentance
ceremony; expounding the
precepts
; ) 1.
tongue, the [sa]jihvendriya ; 1 1.
sermon; preach orally ; , 1.

hand sign of preaching
doctrine
; ,
;
=,
)
1.

taste-consciousness, the;
gustatory-consciousness,
the
[sa]jihva-vijana ; ] 1.
Sarvastivada school [sa]sarvastivada ; '( 1.

to embrace and receive;
salvation of sentient beings
through great compassion,
the

[sa]samgraha,
parigraha
5 1.
objects of sound, the [sa]sabda-visaya , 1 1.
kalpa of creation, the ,, , ); 1.

path of sages, the; holy
way, Buddhism, the
[sa]arya-marga ,
f
)
1.

linguistic studies of the
Sanskrit language
[sa]sabda-vidya , 1

)
1.
voice-hearer; disciple [sa]sravaka , 1[ 1.

becoming a Buddha;
realizing Buddhahood
, )f , 1.

essential nature and
characteristic
[sa]svabhava-laksana , ||
,T
=,,
;T
=,
1.

knowledge of achieving
the task, the; wisdom of
accomplishing what is to
be done, the

[sa]krtya-anus ana-j
ana
,= )
L
)
1.

Satyasiddhi school;
Perfection of Truth school,
the

[zh]cheng-shi-zong;
ch'eng-shih-tsung
,; )3 1.

method of obtaining
knowledge from the holy
scripture
[sa]agama-pramana , 7 1.
holy man , /
,
,
1.
secular world [sa]loka [ 1.

knower of the secular
world; Buddha, the
[sa]lokavit [P
910

1.
world [sa]loka dhatu ; 1.

conventional truth; secular
truth
[sa]samvrti-satya =
=,


=,

1.
world hero, i.e. the Buddha [sa]mahavra

,),

1.
World-sovereign king [sa]Lokesvararaja ll3
,
',
',

)
1.

worldly view;
discriminitive thought
]

|)
1.
lesser vehicle [sa]hnayana 1.

noetic hindrance, the;
cognitive hindrance, the
[sa]jeya-avarana 7 ' 1.
conventional truth, the [sa]samvrti-satya =
=,

1.
worldly dust = 1.
eulogy, song of praise [sa]gatha , 1.
chanting a sutra [sa]svadhyaya ]| 1.
number [sa]samkhya 5 1.
perception [sa]vedana 1.

ordination; accepting the
precepts

[sa]upasampad, sla-
samadana
) 1.

prediction of
enlightenment; giving a
prediction to someone
about his future attainment
of buddhahood
[sa]vyakarana 7 | 1.

according to class, or type;
in conformity with the
forms
( [) (, 1.

Sumeru; towering
mountain at the center of
the universe, a
[sa]Sumeru H, ' ,/ ' 1.

drowsiness; sloth and
torpor
[sa]saya 1.
span of life, the [sa]jvita 1.

secondary affliction;
anything that adversely
affects the mind
[sa]upaklesa ' [J| 1.
method of practice, the f, , 1.
contemplation on water *]

1.
])

state of cultivation, the;
fourth of the five stages
leading to enlightenment,
the

[sa]bhavana-
margavastha
- f 1.

breath counting
meditation; meditating by
counting one's breath
[sa]anapana-smrti 5{] 1.

adaptability; following
conditions
[( 1.

conditioned Suchness;
True Suchness following
conditions

[zh]sui-yuan-zhen-ru;
sui-yan-chn-ju
9 [(y
9,
9

1.

moon reflected in the
water, an analogy to show
the unsubstantiality of
existence, the
{ ) 1.

senior monk at a Seon
temple
^ ) 1.

to receive and hold or keep
(the Buddha's teaching)
| 1.
trainee; practitioner [sa]yogin , f)( 1.

knowledge of prior
lifetimes; ability to know
the former lives of oneself
and others

[sa]jati-smara, purva-
nivasa-jana
= ) 1.

retribution from one's past
lives
= )= 1.

merit accumulated from
the past lives
== )| 1.

good deeds and virtues
accumulated in a former
life
[sa]purva-kusala-mula = ) 1.

former lives; previous
existences
[sa]purva-janman = ) 1.

habit cultivated in past
[sa]purva-vasana = ) 1.
lives

former karma; karma of a
previous existence
[sa]purva-karma = )7 1.

causation or inheritance
from previous existence
= )( 1.
vows from previous lives [sa]purva-pranidhana = )/ 1.

agreeable condition
[circumstances]
[ = 1.
pilgrimage 1.

lokayata; materialistic and
worldly followers the
Carva school
[sa]lokayata = [~ 1.

favourable and adverse
conditions
[sa]anuloma-pratiloma= [ 1.
favourable condition, a [( 1.

lowest of the four castes in
India, the
[sa]sudra )[, )[ 1.
ascetic; mendicant [sa]sramana ', .[ 1.
novice [sa]sramanera , ' ./ 1.
female novice [sa]sramanerika
, '

./} 1.

shuramgama-samadhi;
powerful samadhi
[sa]suramgama
',
-
)|3H

-|3
H)
1.
shuramgama; powerfulness
[sa]suramgama-
samadhi
, )|3 1.
Skanda [sa]Skanda Z{, [ - 1.
stupa; pagoda [sa]stupa =, )) 1.
habitual effect T 1.
force of habit or habit

energies, the; alternate
designation for seeds, an
[sa]vasana 7 T 1.
birth from moisture [sa]samsveda-ja , }
,L
),
,,
,, =
,
1.
habitual cause [sa]vasana-hetu 2
(
=)
2)
1.
vehicle,a [sa]yana 1.
quick in learning

)
L=)
1.

large temple with many
monks, a
(| 1.
monastery, a ([
,

1.

monk's dormitory; monk's
quarters
(| 1.
monk-soldier (, 1.

Samgha, one of the
triratna, the; treasure of
Samgha
( 1.
dominant cause [sa]pradhana-karana ]2
'^

1.

first grade in the Buddhist
hierarchy, the
( 1.

established conclusion,
proved fact, axiom,
dogma, the
[sa]siddhanta `, ; (

;
1.
super natural power ` {
`

)
1.
ten directions [sa]dasa disah ` , 1.

buddhas in the ten
directions
` ,f 1.

worlds in the ten quarters,
the
` ` 1.

pure lands in the ten
directions
` , 1.
right and wrong ` 7 1.

feeding-hungry-ghosts
meeting; ceremony of
making oblation to the
hungry spirits
`( y
`(
7y
)
1.

attendant; page servant to a
priest, a
` ( 1.
time; occation `; {
`,
`,
77
1.
alms-giver; donor [sa]dana-pati `
{
[)
1.
manifestation; revealation ` 1.
consciousness [sa]vijana ] = 1.

food (which nourishes
either the body or the
mind)
[sa]ahara | 1.

abode of limitless
consciousness, the

[sa]vijana-anantya-
ayatana
]=} 1.

transcendental faculty
(regarding external
objects), the
{ |

,{|

)
|) 1.

divine or supernatural
power
| 1.
divine transformations | 1.

integration of Shintoism
and Buddhism, the
[ja]Shinbutushugo |f

|f
])
1.
divine hermit; immortals | 1.

bodily consciousness;
tactile-consciousness, the
[sa]kaya-vijana ] 1.
sacred spell,a | 1.

body and environment; the
body is the direct fruit of
the previous life, the
environment is the indirect
fruit of the precious life
[sa]kaya-ksetra 1.

spiritual power; divine or
supernatural faculty
[sa]abhija { | 1.

one who has attained
supernatural power
{ || 1.
faith and understanding [sa]adhimukti P 1.
true teaching, the ; 3[
|
[)
1.

real dharmas[phenomena];
real factor
; 3, 1.

land of real recompense,
the
;^ 3=|j ; 1.

real aspect, the; true form
of things as they are
; 3| 1.

wisdom[true insight]
inherent in all sentient
beings, the

;, ;
^
3|= 1.
Suchness in reality
[sa]laksana-
tathata
;9 3|y 1.
real existence ; 3( 1.
ultimate reality, the ; 3| 1.

noumenal basis of ultimate
reality, the
; 3|
9y
)
1.
actual realization ;, 3 1.
true wisdom, the ; 3 1.
mind [sa]citta 1.
disputation; argumentation [sa]vitarka-vicara *f 1.

phenomenal aspect of the
mind; mind in terms of
arising and ceasing
, )[ 1.

mind-nature; original pure
mind of sentient beings,
the
, | ,
9
,
,

1.
mental functions [sa]caitta 1.

deep belief; profound
belief

P
)
1.

mind-king; controlling
mind, the
[sa]citta 3 1.
mind-seal [sa]citta-mudra 1.
mind-ground [sa]citta-bhumi 1.

tathatagata aspect of the
mind
9 y[ 1.

liberation of mind; mind
emancipated, the

[sa]ceto-vimukti,
mukta-citta
P] 1.
mental activity [sa]citta-pravrtti , ) 1.
cessation of mental activity
[sa]citta-vrtti-sthiti-
nirodha
, )}) 1.

mandala of the ten realms
of beings, the

,

;
Jly
7
1.

each of the ten realms
mutually contains the other
nine in itself
;T= 1.
ten thoughts
[sa]dasabhis
cittotpada-parivartaih
1.
ten great disciples, the 9 1.
ten joys, the = 1.
ten powers, the
[sa] dasa tathagata-
balani
1.

ten thousand billion lands
[realms]; Amitabha's
paradise in the west
$|

1.

ten dharam-worlds, the;
ten realms of living beings,
the
,; 1.
ten good acts, the
[sa]dasa-kusala-
karma-patha

7)
1.

ten-stage meditation
method, the
], 1.
ten evil acts, the ' ] '

7)
1.
ten suchness-aspects, the 9` 1.

Ten Ox-herding Pictures,
the
D 1.
sixteen contemplations, the ] 1.

sixteen great kingdoms in
India at the time of the
Buddha, the
[sa]sodasa-jana-pada = 1.
sixteen good deities, the | 1.

meditation on the twelve
causations
.] 1.
twelve-light Buddhas .jf 1.
twelve dhuta practices, the
[sa]dvadasa dhuta-
gunah
.)[ 1.

twelve kinds of scripures,
the

[sa]dvadasanga-
dharma-pravacana
.| 1.

ten bodies of the Buddha,
the
1.

twelve heavenly generals,
the
.| 1.
king of the twelve vow, the ./3 1.
twelve causations, the
[sa]dvadasangah
prattyasamutpadah
.2( 1.

ten stages of a bodhisattva,
the
1.
twelve sense-fields, the [sa]dvadasayatana , .}, ./ 1.

eleven faced
avalokiteshvara

[sa]eka-dasamukha
avalokitesvara
]V 1.

ten precept-observing
days, the
/T 1.

ten kinds of offerings to a
Buddha, the
( 1.
ten supeior benefits, the ]] 1.
ten stages of security, the | 1.

eighteen worlds[realms];
18 physical and mental
elements, the
[sa]as adasa dhatavah ; 1.

eighteen kinds of
emptiness, the
1.

eighteen uncommon merits
of the buddha

[sa]as adasavenika
buddha-dharmah
T, 1.

ten stages of profitting
others, the
, ) 1.

ten epithets for the
Buddha, the
1.
ten illusions, the = 1.

ten stages of transference
of merits to others, the
7 7 1.

agama; orally transmitted
[sa]agama , [, 1.
scripture
hungry spirit, a [sa]preta ( y 1.
realm of hungry spirits, the ( y 1.

garden for a group of
monks, a; quiet place (for
practice)
[sa]aranya , ^ [d= 1.
arhat; enlightened man, an [sa]arhat =, [V, 1.

fruit of arhatship, the;
stage of full attainment of
arhatship
[sa]arhat-phala
=T,
T
[, 1.
self-arrogance; self-conceit [sa]atma-mana || 1.

egoism; concept of the ego
as real, the
|| 1.

incalculable, a great
number

[sa]asamkhya,
asamkhyeya
7, 7 [( 1.
asura; type of semi-god, a [sa]asura [fV 1.
attachment to oneself [sa]atma-graha || 1.
akshobhya [sa]aksobhya
'i,

[f 1.
unwholesome karma, an [sa]akusala-karman ' ]7 1.
evil condition, an ' ]( 1.
evil friend or teacher, an [sa]papa-mitra ' ]7] 1.
bad destinities [sa]durgati ' ] 1.
peaceful dwelling [sa]varsika ?= 1.
peace and bliss [sa]sukhavati = ? 1.
established truth [sa]vyavasthita-satya ? 1.
visual-consciousness, the [sa]caksur-vijana N] 1.

peaceful mind, which
comes as a result of ? 1.
Buddhist practices
non-returner [sa]anagamin , ' [, 1.
paradise; pure land ? 1.

anuttara-samyak-
sambodhi; perfect
enlightenment, the

[sa]anuttara-samyak-
sambodhi
'[|V]|

1.

alaya; (abridgement of)
alaya vijnana, an
[sa]alaya ^, =^ | =^ 1.

storehouse-consciousness,
the
[sa]alaya-vijana ^, =^ [|]
8,

1.

three aspects of alaya
vijnana

^, =^

|| 1.

three levels of alaya
vijnana

^-, =^
-
| 1.

dependent origination of
alaya vijnana

^7, =^
7
|(| 1.

thirst; desire; attachment,
craving
[sa]trsna 9
9(
)
1.
thirst and wrong view [sa]trsna-drs i 9 } 1.
love and enjoyment [sa]piti-sukha 9= 1.

pain of separation from
those one loves, the

[sa]priya-viprayoga-
duhkha
9 )\ 1.

lord of the realm of the
dead, the
[sa]yama ^, [
{
),

)
1.
Yama's palace ^, {= 1.
King Yama ^, [3 1.

wild-fox Seon; this refers
to the Seon of those who
pretend to be enlightened,
and deceive others like a
^ [1 1.
wild fox
Buddha of healing, the [sa]bhaisajya-guru 9 7
,

1.

type of demi-god, a; one of
the eight kinds of super-
natural beings who protect
Buddhism
[sa]yaksa , ^ V 1.

medicine king; bodhisattva
who is able to cure various
illness, a
3 1.
two mandalas
,

1.

backbiting; uttering words
which cause enmity
between more than two
persons
; 1.

most honored of the two
legged beings
[sa]dvi padottama = )( 1.

analects; record of a Seon
master's sermons and
sayings, a
q) 1.
myriads of kalpa , |; 1.
words and speeches ; 7 1.

path of words has been
stopped, the
7q 1.
karma; act, an [sa]karma 7 1.
mirror of karma 7| 1.

karma-bondage; karmic
fetters
7$ 1.
karmic suffering 7 1.
effect of karma, the [sa]karma-phala T 7 1.
path of karma, the 7 1.

necessary working of the
law of karma, the
7l, 1.
power of karma 7 1.

reward or retribution of
karma, a
7= 1.
karma-cause, a 72 1.
karma-hindrance 7 1.
karma-fire = 79 1.
other thoughts 9 J 1.
such-come [sa]tathagata 9 7 1.

Tathagata messenger(who
teaches Buddhism)
[sa]tathagata-duta 9 7) 1.
Tathagata-matrix [sa]tathagata-garbha 9 7 1.
Tathagata-mind [sa]tathagata-garbha 9 7 9 1.

seat of Tathagata, the;
stage of realizing the
emptiness(of unreality)
[sa]tathagatasana 9^ 7 1.

according to rule;
following the dharma
[sa]anudharmik 9 , 1.
like this [sa]evam 9` 1.
suchness; absolute, the [sa]tathata 99 1.

as one wishes; that which
appears as one thinks, or
expects
[sa]atta-manas 9= 1.
wish-fulfilling wheel, a 9= 1.
wish-fulfilling gem,a [sa]cinta-mani 9= H
9=

1.
like an illusion [zh]ru-huan; ju-huan 9 ; 1.

religious practices
extending over many
kalpas
=, ;f) 1.

performing the Buddhist
rites of funerals in advance
= f 1.
adverse condition, an = ( 1.
rebellious sin =* 3 1.

condition; object of
perception, an
[sa]pratyaya ( 1.

solitary awakened one,
enlightened by
contemplation on
dependent arising; one of
the two kinds of Hinayana
sages
[sa]pratyekabuddha (
7,
=
1.
dependent origination [sa]prattya-samutpada7 (| 1.
lotus seat 1.
Dipamkara Buddha [sa]dpamkara Buddha, )f 1.
secular relations and duties (] 1.

assisting[contributory,
indirect] cause, an
(2

,
1.

day of close relationship
with a particular buddha
and deity, the
(T 1.
sitting meditation[Seon] ^ \ 1.
lotus [sa]padma = " 1.
world of lotus treasury
[sa]kusana tala garbha
vyubalamkara
lokadhatu samudra
= "; 1.
lotus sitting =^ " 1.
man of inferior capacity, a j7 ,V 1.
disgust with the sufferings [
,

1.
renunciation; repudiation [sa]udvega, samvega [\ 1.

to dislike and leave this
defiled world; escape from
this world
[\ 1.

chanting Buddha;
recitation of the Buddha
[sa]buddhanusmrti ,f 1.

gate of mindfulness of the
Buddha, the
,f[ 1.

absorption of mindfulness
of the Buddha

[sa]buddhausmrti-
samadhi
',
-
,fH 1.

School of Mindfullness of
the Buddha, the

[zh]Nian-fo-zong;
Nien-fo-tsung
,f 1.
every thought moment [sa]citta-ksana ,, 1.
defiled by evil passions , 1.
defiled and pure 1.

prayer beads; Buddhist
rosary
[sa]eksa-sutra ,H 1.

stage of glowing wisdom,
the
[sa]arcismat bhumi )] 1.

holding the flower and
subtly smiling
=' |"],
=`

1.
divine overseeing 1.

an eternal kalpa; an
incalculably long period of
time
;

1.

Pure Land of the Vulture
Peak
1.

assembly on the Vulture
Peak
7 1.
spiritual nature , | 1.

to receive, or to be
received, e.g. by Amitabha
into paradise; Amitabha's
coming to welcome and
take an aspirant to his land
|
'

1.

mysterious perceptive
faculty
7 1.
mysterious wisdom 1.
spiritual efficacy \ 1.
defiled land = 1.

one who has fully attained
the stage of the stream-
enterer; fruit of entering
the stream of the sacred
law, attained by destroying
various wrong views, the
[sa]srota-apatti-phala (T |(

T,[
)
1.
worship; Buddhist service [sa]vandanda ' 1.
worship and praising ] 1.
defiled land

)
1.
enlightenment ] 1.

five houses, the five Ch'an
schools in China, the

-,
,
,
,
1.

five coverings, the; five
obstructions of wisdom

=,
9,

),
7,
=
1.
Five wrong views }
,
,
,
,

1.

five precepts for lay-
person, the
[sa]paca slani )
,,
,
,
,

1.
five-pronged vajra, a ) 1.
Five teachings [
,
`
,
,
',

1.
five sense-organs, the [sa]pacendriyani 1 1.

five practice-gates of
mindfulness, the; five
practice gates
[ ,
',]
;,=
,
,7
1.
five mindful practices, the , ) 1.
five-platform ritual, the , 1.
five great elements, the
[sa]paca
mahabhutani

.
.=
,
,
,
1.
five great revered ones, the ( 1.

Enlightenment, attainment
of Bodhi
] 1.
five paths[destinies], the [sa]paca-gati 1.

five powers (obtained by
the practice of the five
roots of goodness), the
[sa]paca-balani
,
,
,
,
1.
five wheels or discs, the [sa]paca-mandala

,
,
1.

stupa comprising five
sections, a

,

=, 1.
five tastes, the ' H
,=,
,,=
,
1.
Five hundred arhats
=,
V, 1.
'

fivefold merit of the
Dharma-body, the

[sa]asamasama-pa
caskndha
;,
,
,
,
,

1.

five buddhas in esoteric
Buddhism, the
[sa]paca-buddha f
,
=,
,,'
,
,`
,
,
=,
,
'
1.

fivefold meditation for
realizing buddhahood, the
, |)]
'


{
,
,
,
,,
,

1.

five-aspect practice of
spiritual union, the
' |)]
,

1.
five Buddhist colours, the ^ 1.

five mutually distinctive
natures, the
, |)

,,
,,,
,,

,,
,
1.

five marks of decrepitude,
the
~ T 1.
five periods, the ` ` 1.
Five-period teaching ` [ `
=`,
=`,
`,
^`,
1.
=j
`
five acrid foods = 1.
fifty-two stages - . 1.
five eyes [sa]paca-caksus N 1.

five rebellious sins, the
five deadly sins, the
[sa]pacanantaryani = =* 1.

five rebellious sins, the;
the five deadly sins, the
[sa]pacanantarya =* 3 = 1.

five petals; refers to the
five Chan schools in
China, the
T 1.
five 500-year periods p

1.
five aggregates, the [sa]paca skandhah
,


^,
,
,,
,
1.
five desires, the [sa]paca-kama = s 1.
five-letter dharani, the [}
,

1.
five-letter spell, the

1.

five stores; five divisions
of Buddhist scriptures, the

,
'^,

,^

1.

five meditations for
stopping unwholesome
;]
,
,
,

1.
thoughts, the ,


five right practices for
attaining birth in the Pure
Land, the
, )
=,
,
',
,];

1.

five kinds of rituals
established in esoteric
Buddhism, the
[sa]paca-dharmah ,
,
,',
,
9,
=
1.

five kinds of priests or
practitioners, the
,

,=
,
,
;
,^

1.

five kinds of expositions of
the Dharma, the
; ,
;
,=
;,
;,
;
,
;
1.

five groups of people in
the Buddhist order, the
T
,
,
','
,
'
1.

fivefold contemplation on
consciousness-only
5h]]

;,

,
(,

,
,,

1.

,,
,

five wisdom in esoteric
Buddhism, the
[sa]paca janani
,
, E
,
,=

1.

tathagata of the five
wisdom, the
9 7 1.
Five dusts 1.
five body, the 1.

Prostrating one's body in
worshipping; throwing five
parts of the body to the
ground

[sa]paca-mandala-
pranama
1.
five destinations[destinies] [sa]paca-gatayah
,
'
1.

five defilements or
pollutions, the
[sa]paca kasayah = ,
=,
=,'
=,,
=,=
1.

evil world with the five
defilements, the
=' ,] 1.
aggregates [sa]skandha 1.

king of samadhi, the;
emptiness of samadhi, the
- 3H - 1.

rebirth in a Buddha's or
bodhisattva's land
, j 1.
rebirth in the Pure land ,== j1
,
j
)
1.
external world, the [sa]bahyartha = ~ 1.
external emptiness[void] [sa]bahirdha sunyata = ~ 1.
offering external things = ~( 1.

non-Buddhist teaching or
its followers, a
[sa]tirthika = ~ 1.
external aspect [sa]bahya-nimitta = ~| 1.

out-going function;
external activity
= ~ 1.

non-Buddhist scriptures;
outer scriptures
=; ~= =^ '; 1.

outer section of the
Buddha hall of a temple,
the
= ~N

N)

'
N)
1.
outside protector, an = ~ 1.

period of weakening
human virtue, a
' 1.
an important passage ' 1.
weak and thin ' , 1.
to seek and desire '= s 1.

revealing the whole
meaning; clear principle
'= , 1.

whole teaching of the
Buddha
'= ,[ 1.
realm of desire, the [sa]kama-dhatu = s; 1.

sixth heavens in the realm
of desire, the
= s; 1.

heaven in the realm of
desire, a
= s 1.
dragon [sa]naga J 1.
dragon palace J= 1.
female dragon J/ 1.
making a heroic effort ] )| 1.
dragon god J| 1.
dragon king J3 1.

dragon flower assemblies,
the
=7 J" 1.

udana; exposition of the
Dharma by the Buddha
without awaiting questions
or requests from his
diciples, an
[sa]udana ' ][
;l
)
1.

Ox-head,an ox-headed
demon
) 1.
udumbara blossom, a [sa]udumbara-puspa , = ]" 1.
discourse, a [sa]upadesa ],| 1.
layman, a [sa]upasaka , ], 1.
lay woman, a [sa]upasika `, ],, 1.

twice-monthly meeting
(lunar calender) for
ordained samgha to check
precept observance

[sa]upavasatha, [pi]
uposatha
, [ 1.
stupidity; ignorance [sa]moha ) 1.
Seon trainee, a
,
"
)
1.

service performed for a
dead person (to save him
from such tortures as being
suspended upside down), a
[sa]ullambana ', d 1.

Buddhist temple, a;
building within an
enclosure
| 1.
vow, a [sa]pranidhana / 1.
perfect teaching, the [ 1.
perfect and sudden, the ' | 1.

doctrine of the perfect and
sudden, the
' |[, 1.

perfect and sudden
meditation
' |]

1.

aspiration; power of one's
vow
/ 1.
statement or prayer
(composed by the

organizer of a Buddhist
service held in memory of
a deceased person), a
/ 1.
aspiring to birth in the west ,^ /, 1.
written prayer, a ^ / 1.
perfect accomplishment , )
,;
,
1.

nature of existence being
perfectly accomplished,
the

[sa]parinispanna-
svabhava
,;, )3| , 1.

interpenetration; perfect
and fused together
] 1.

meditation of Buddha
practised in perfect and
harmonious way, the
],f 1.

round head, a; a shaven
head, a
) 1.
perfect teaching sects, the
,
=
1.

perfect teaching both the
exoteric and esoteric, the
[ 1.

cushion made of a coil of
plaited straw, a
^ 1.

chief administrator of a
temple, the
| 1.
perfect penetration { 7{ 1.

Great Being of Perfect
Penetration, the
{

1.

accomplishing the vow and
practice
,, /)) 1.

stage of far-reaching; stage
of markless expedient
means, the

[sa]duram-gama
bhumi
, )

=
|,f
)
1.

monthly commemoration
of a person's death, the
{7 )I 1.

meditation on the moon-
wheel
{ )] 1.
Veda [sa]veda | [, 1[ 1.
disagreeable - 1.
vipashyana [sa]vipasyana -' | 1.
Vishnu [sa]visnu -( 1.
adverse condition, an - ( 1.

dignified bearing[posture,
appearance]
-= F] 1.

having the proper
demeanour
-== F]=) 1.

ceremony master; priest in
charge of protocol, the
-= F], F](
-=

1.
memorial tablet, a -~ 1.
being, existence [sa]bhava ( 1.
concentration [sa]yoga )] 1.

one who excels in
concentration
[sa]yogacarya )] 1.

meditation and the three
Mystic Practices
)] 1.

consciousness-only
doctrine of the Yogacara
school, the
)]h] 1.
Yogacara school, the [sa]yogacara , )])} 1.

heterodox view that
dharmas have a real,
permanent existence, the
[sa]sa-nidarsana (} 1.

sole existence of of
external objects
h 1.

sole existence of of
external objects and
absence of consciousness
h=] 1.
one's dying instructions ) 1.

monastery controller;
official title given to the
monk who directs the
general affairs of
monastery, an
[sa]karma-dana ' 1.
manavaka [sa]manavaka ] 1.
having outflows [sa]sasrava ({ 1.
blue precious stone, a l) 1.

being and non-being;
existence and non-
existence
(= 1.

teaching that claims the
existence of something, the
([ 1.
existence school ( 1.

regardless of whether the
Buddha is in the world or
not
(f=f 1.
having a form or shape (| 1.

yojana; distance covered
by royal army in a day, the
[sa]yojana 1 1.

consciousness-only
doctrine, the
[sa]vijapti-matrata h] 1.

consciousness-only
doctrine, the
{ h] 1.

sole existence of
consciousness and absence
of external objects; mind-
only (theory)
h]= 1.

mind-only; consciousness-
only
[sa]citta-matra h 1.
existence of remainder [sa]savasesa 9 (J 1.
incomplete nirvana
[sa]sopadhisesa-
nirvana
9', 9
j
(J, 1.

soft, tender word; kind
word
[sa]mrdu-vacana |q 1.

active, created, the
phenomenal world; all
phenomena produced by
causation
[sa]samskrta - () 1.

conditional non-
substantiality; unreality of
the phenomena, the
[sa]samskrta-sunyata - () 1.
phenomenal things [sa]samskrta-dharma - (), 1.

transmigration in various
state of existence
[sa]samsrti ; (= 7 1.

absolute in transmigratory
forms, the
[sa]pravrtti-tathata ;9 (=y 1.
sentient being, a [sa]sattva (] 1.

world of sentient beings,
the
[sa]sattva-loka (][ 1.
highest Heaven, the [sa]akanis ha () 1.

dissemination section;
concluding part of sutra
{ (; 1.
six objects of cognition [sa]sad visayah 1.

six kinds of
Avalokiteshvara
]V 1.
six sense organs [sa]sad indriya 1 1.

heart (as an organ of the
body); corporal mind
[sa]hrdaya [ 1.
six great elements [sa]sad dhatavah 1.

dharma kaya of the six
elements
, 1.

dependent origination of
the six elements
7 (| 1.

six destinies, the; six
worlds in which the living
beings transmigrate
[sa]sad-gati 1.

four kinds of birth in the
six worlds of living beings
, L 1.

transmigration [rebirth] in
the six worlds
[sa]sad-gati-karika 7 | 1.

six entrances to
enlightment
E ,[ E 1.
six dharma precepts ,)

,
)
1.

six paramitas; six
perfections
[sa]sa paramitah
',

")
1.

six heretical teachers; six
teachers outside Buddha's
Dharma
= ~ 1.

six features; six
characteristics inherent in
all dharmas
| 1.
six periods (in a day) [sa]sa su kalesu ` 1.
six consciousnesses [sa]sad vijana ] 1.
six transcendental faculty [sa]sad abhijah { | { 1.

sixty-two views, the; sixty
two heretical schools of
philosophy in India
[sa]dvasasi drsi .} 1.
six desires [sa]sa kamavacara = s 1.

six heavens of the world of
desire

[sa]sa kamavacara
devah
= s 1.

six ranks; six stages (of
Boddhisattva
development)
- 1.
six types of causes [sa]sa -karana 2 1.

six sence-organs, the; six
enterings[entrances]
[sa]sad-ayatana , /, } 1.
six precept observing day T 1.

six natures of spiritual
progress of Boddhisattva
[sa]sad-gotra , | 1.
six kinds of earthquakes [sa]sad-vikarah 1 !.
six dusts[difilement] [sa]sad-visaya 1.

six entrances ; five sense
organs and the mind
[sa]sad ayatana } 1.
six heavens [sa]sad-divaukasah 1.

six coarse aspects; six
coarse defilement
Q 1.

six realms; six directions
of transmigration
[sa]sad-gati 1.

six kinds of supernatural
power
[sa]sad abhijah { { 1.

six coverings; six sins that
smother the six paramitas,
the

[sa]sad-prakaro
vipaksah
1.

six types of compounds of
Sanskrit grammar
[sa]sa -samasah ^ T 1.
six types of contemplation , )] 1.
wheel treasure, the | 1.
wheel king, the |3 1.
transmigration [sa]samsara 7 | 1.
precepts [sa]vinaya ) 1.
precept master ) 1.
codes of conducts [sa]samvara = )] 1.
Vinaya Pitaka [sa]vinaya-piaka ) 1.
sect of vinaya ) 1.
interpenetration { ] 1.
grace (of the Buddha) = ){ 1.

grace and love; affection
(for one's parents, child,
wife, etc.)
9 ) 1.
precept adultery [sa]brahmacarya-virati ) 1.
hidden virtue = |{ 1.

aggregates as demons;
devil of the five
constituent element of
one's existence, the
[sa]skandha-mara |
=
,

)
1.

controlling of sexual
desires, the
Y, 1.
lascivious thought, lust, a 1.
worthy of an offering [sa]arhat q( 1.
begging-bowl [sa]patra 7 q= 1.

transformation body (of
Buddha), the
[sa]nirmana-kaya q
,
,
=,
=

= 1.

responsive appearance,
revelation; manifestation
of a Buddha or a
bodhisattva for the purpose
of teaching sentient beings
= q 1.
responsive manifestation =q

[revelation]
q
)
1.

transformation; responding
and transformed
[sa]nirmita = q 1.
transformation body = q 1.
mind; intention [sa]manas = 1.

manual of rituals in
esoteric Buddhism, a
=| ]* 1.
doubt, suspicion = ) 1.
intention == 1.

unimaginable;
inconceivable
= = 1.

principle, reason; that
which is correct
= , 1.

mind like a horse and a
heart like a monkey, a;
restless and intractable
= 7) 1.

particular doctrinal
approach, a; distinction in
meaning, a
= ,[ 1.
robe and bowl, a [sa]patra-cvara = ( 1.
dependent reward = '=

=)
1.

extended or implied
meaning
= ,3 1.
mental-consciousness, the [sa]mano-vijana = ] 1.

body on which one
depends, the
= ' 1.

king of doctors, i.e. the
Buddha
[sa]vaidya-raja = 3 1.

depending on verbal
explanation
=; ' 1.

two forms of karma
resulting from one's past,
the
= '
='
=),

=)
1.

other dependent;
depending on other things
= 'f
=7
,'f
||)
1.

nature of existence arising
from dependence on other
things, the

[sa]paratantra-
svabhava
=7, 'f|| =
,
|)
1.
noumenon; principle [sa]yukti 1.
equivocation; back-biting [sa]paisunya \[q 1.
heretical view 3} 1.

cessational effect; third of
phala, the
[sa]visamyoga phala T \$ 1.

meditation on the
noumenal principle
] 1.

stage of freedom from
defilement, the
[sa]vimala bhumi \l 1.
auditory faculty [sa]srotrendriya 1 1.

keen minds of
understanding Buddhism
[sa]tksnendriya ]1 1.
two powers .
,

1.

realm of noumenal
principle, the
,; 1.

dual aspect of the Buddha-
natrue
, .f|
,
f
|), ,
,)
f|)
1.

fundamental Buddha-
nature, the; Buddha-nature
as the principle or cause of
awakening
, f| 1.

noumenon and phenomena
are not differnet
. 1.
difference, differentiation
[sa]paraspara-
vilaksana
3| 1.
ordinary man, an [sa]prthag-jana , 3 1.
noumenal principle [sa]tathata , | 1.
result of retribution [sa]vipaka-phala =T 3, 1.

alternate designation of
karma-seeds, an
=7 3/T 1.

alternate consciousness,
an; maturing
consciousness
[sa]vipaka-vijana = 3,] 1.

differential cause; cause
which leads to a result not
identical with itself, a
[sa]vipaka-hetu = 3/2 1.
two vehicles, the [sa]yana-dvaya . 1.

auditory-consciousness,
the
[sa]srotra-vijana ] 1.

two (kinds of buddha)
bodies
.
,
,
1.

direct transmission from
mind to mind
; 1.

twenty-five types of
existences, the

[zh]er-shi-wu-you;
rh-shi-wu-yu
.( 1.
wrong faith 3?
,

1.

Amita's Pure Land is easy
to go to but empty of
people
*j=/ 1.

path which is easy to
follow and easy to
practice, the
, *j*) 1.

twofold entrances to the
way, the
[zh]er-ru; rh-ju ./

/), ,
)
/)
1.

three dots of the Sanskrit
letter I, the
f" 1.
two hindrances, the .
',

1.
twofold truth, the [sa]dve satye .
=


,
=
1.

noumenal principle and
transcendental wisdom
1.
two wisdoms . 1.
to benefit others [sa]para bita ]f 1.

two rivers and the white
path, the; path leading to
life between the rivers of
desire and hatred, the

[zh]er-he-bai-dao; rh-
h-pai-tao
. 1.

practice of benefiting
others
, ]) 1.

easy practice, the; easy
path of practice, the
, *) 1.

chapter on easy practice,
the
, *)+ 1.
extraordinary fragrance 3 1.
cause [sa]hetu 2 1.
mudra; manual sign, a [sa]mudra , , | 1.
certification, a 1.
symbolic hand sign, a [sa]mudra z, |, 1.
cause and effect; causality [sa]hetu-phala T 2 1.
principle of causality, the [sa]karya-karana-yukti T 2 1.

non-duality of cause and
effect, the
T 2.[ 1.
karmic result T 2q= 1.

to lead and guide someone
to salvation; to lead men
into Buddha-truth
[sa]parikarsana 1.

head of the monks in a
Buhhhist ceremony, the
) 1.
Indra [sa]Indra 2[ 1.
Indra's net [sa]Indra-jala 2[ 1.
the cause-mandala [sa]hetu-mandala , 2

1.

clarification of causes;
reason logic of Indian
science
[sa]hetu-vidya 2 1.

fivefold formula of Indian
logic held by the Nyaya
School, the
= 2;, 1.

non-existence of the
permanent self
[sa]pudgala-nairatmya /=| 1.

person and dharma; men
and things
[sa]pudgala-dharma /, 1.

causal aspect of the
Buddhas enlightment can
be explained, the;
attainment of the Buddha
can be partly explained
according to the
dispositions of the hearers
; 2; 1.
object of perception [sa]alambana ( 1.

testimonials about the
transmission of esoteric
teaching which a master
confers on his disciple
1.

mistaken conception of
self, the
[sa]purusa /| 1.
attachment to one's self /|| 1.

directive karma; principal
(or integral) direction of
karma
7
T
7)
1.
cause and karma [sa]hetu-karman 27 1.
cause and a condition, a [sa]hetu-pratyaya 2( 1.

theory of the emptiness of
the phenomenal world, the
= 2([ 1.

union of causes and
conditions, the

[sa]hetupratyaya-
samagr
= 2(+ 1.

Benevolent Kings
ceremony, the

[zh]Ren-wang-hui;
Jn-wang-hui
7 '3 1.
forbearance; patience [sa]ksanti = (= 1.

causal stage [condition,
position]
- 2
'
)
1.

effects are not
(necessarily) inherent in
the cause; theory which
maintains that causes have
not always the characters
of their effects, the
[sa]asatkarya T 2=

T
1.

to speak of the result
before the cause has fully
matured

[sa]karye
karanopacarah
;T 2 1.

result exists within cause,
the; theory which
maintains that effects are
innate or immanent in their
causes, the
[sa]satkarya T 2(

T
1.

human and heavenly
beings
/ 1.
causal practice , 2) 1.
hermit with One-Horn, a [sa]eka-srnga )/ = 1.
one shout 1.

three truths seen in one
object, the
1.

one emptiness includes all
emptiness, the
' 1.

sunlight, the; name of
Boddhisattva, the
[sa]suryaprabha Tj 1.
one's lifetime 7 1.
acts during one's whole life 7, )7 1.

moment of a single
thought, the
[sa]eka-citta-utpada 1.

In one moment there is
eternity
$= 1.

without one thought
arising
, 1.

three thousand realms are
contained in one mind, the
1.

doctrine of one invocation
and the doctrine of many
invocation, the
== ,, 1.
handful of food, a [sa]eka-pindapata | 1.

When one illusion is
extinguished, all the other
illusions are extinguished
' 1.
the Buddha's lifetime, the f 1.

Buddha's lifetime
teaching-gates, the
f[[ 1.

Buddha's lifetime
teachings, the
; f[ 1.

sole purpose of the
appearance of the Buddha
(in this world to save all
beings), the
2(

1.

great three thousand world,
a
1.

Buddha's lifetime sacred
teachings, the
, f[ 1.

fruit of returning once
more to this world
[sa]sakrt-agam-phala T 7, )[, 1.

one-taste transmission;
perfect transmission of the
single taste
' H,j 1.
one-taste meditation ' H 1.

brandishing of the stick (to
awaken Seon trainee), a

,

)
1.
single buddha-vehicle, the [sa]eka-buddha-yana f 1.
one Buddha is all Buddhas f'f
=

1.

buddha's pure land
(especially that of
Amitabha), a
f 1.
buddha land, a f 1.
bowl, a =, 1.
one-master seal , 1.

To kill one in order to let
many live.
, { 1.
one form, the [sa]eka-laksana | 1.

Even a color or a smell has
the truth of the middle way
^ =7 1.

bodhisattva who will
become a Buddha in his
next life, a
, |} 1.

keeping the precepts
throughout one's entire life
, 1.

when one attains
Buddhahood, all the others
do the same; when one is
consummated, all are
,, )') = 1.
consummated

four appearances of water,
the
L} 1.
one vehicle, the [sa]eka-yana 1.

avocates of the single
vehicle; Buddhist sects
which teach the dotrine of
the one vehicle
1.
one-vehicle teaching, the [, 1.

teaching of the one
vehicle, the; one-vehicle
dharma
,

1.

taste of the Dharma of the
one-vehicle
' ,H 1.

ocean of the one vehicle,
the
+ 1.
one reality; single reality ; 3 9 1.
seal of one true mark ; 3| 1.
one mind [sa]eka-citta 1.

wonderful principle of the
One Mind, the
E 1.

One Mind is the
quintessence of all
existences, the
,; 1.

single-mindedly and
without distraction
H 1.
non-arising of a thought , 1.

three viewpoints in a
single thought, the
] 1.

three types of knowledge
in a single thought, the
1.

worshipping single-
heartedly with one's head
touching the ground
) 1.

same result brought about
by the same act, the
7 1.
one suchness, the [sa]eka-tathata 9 1.
one rain, the i 1.

Buddha with the Brilliance
of Sun, Moon and Lamps,
the

[sa]candra-surya-
pradpa-buddha
{ T)f 1.
doctrine of one voice, the V[ 1.
one-syllable golden-wheel
[sa]eka-aksara-usnsa-
cakra
1.
one-letter Manjushri [sa]ekaja a majusr
,

1.
to say not one word ; 1.

three worshippings for one
character
1.
one letter meditation 1.

one-character-to-a-stone
sutra, a
^ | 1.

One-Syllable Supreme
Buddha's Head Wheel-
King
7 ] f)3 1.
definite , 1.
One truth 1.
One is all = [' 1.

universe in a grain of dust,
a; realm of an atom, the
,; 1.

All things of this world are
non-sustantial
' 1.

teaching that all things are
non-substantial, the
' 1.

all the scriptures of
'| 1.
Buddhism

meditations which are the
basis for all other
meditations, the
'[ 1.

meditaion which is both
for one's own benefit and
the benefit of others
' 1.

All-fulfilled, the childhood
name of Prince Siddhartha.
[sa]sarvarthasiddha =, ',) 1.

wisdom of knowing all
kinds of existences and
elements, the
[sa]sarvaja-janu ' 1.

All sentient beings have
the Buddha-nature innately
, ;, 'T ((f| 1.

wisdom of all-knowing
wisdoms
[sa]sarvaja ' 1.

understanding of the all-
knowing wisdom, an
'P 1.

varieties of meditation
which embrace all good
deeds, the
, ') 1.
one snapping of the fingers ; || 1.

definite and immediate
answer in the affirmative
[sa]ekamsa-vyakarana 7 7 1.

single-hearted and
exclusive practice
; 7=f 1.
one meeting 7 1.
School of Lin-chi, the [zh]Lin-chi-tsung 1.
at the time of death ) 1.
entering into meditation /]
-
H)
1.

entering into meditation;
become a monk
/ 1.

to enter the gate of the law
of non-duality

[zh]ru-bu-er fa-men;
ju-pu-rh-fa-mn
/.,[ 1.

tolling of the temple bell at
sunset, the
/|; 1.

passing into Nirvana;
entering into extinction
^ /| 1.

entering into samadhi or
concentration
/, 1.

icchantika; incorrigible
one
[sa]icchantika ], [| 1.
universal love [sa]maitr J 1.

sacred wisdom of self-
realization
, l 1.
being stingy on one's own l 1.

spell for saving beings
through compassion
Jly7

Jl
)
1.

self-liberation; self-
salvation
l"
f
")
1.
jataka [sa]jataka , ,
,

)
1.
self-power l 1.
teaching of self-power, the l[

f
[)
1.

meditation on the sanskrit
letters; meditation on
wheel of words
] 1.
self-benefit l]
]
f)
1.
love of one's own law 9= l, 1.
compassion; mercy [sa]maitr karunaqa J( 1.

dharma-robe signifying
compassion and
forbearance, the
== J((=,( 1.
peculiar characteristic, a [sa]sva-laksana l| 1.

good and meritorious acts
done for other beings out
of compassin
J1 1.
one's own good acts l1 1.
own-nature; self-nature , l| 1.

essential nature of all
existing things is void and
tranquil, the
,^ l|| 1.

mandala in one's self-
nature

,, ,

l| 1.
own nature dharma-body , l|, 1.

buddha in one's own
nature, the
, l|f 1.

discrimination of self-
nature
[sa]svabhava vikalpa , l|;) 1.

meditation on the original
nature of things;
meditation in complete
harmony with one's true
nature
, l|

1.

self-nature body of a
buddha
, l| 1.

purity of one's essential
nature, the
, l|, 1.

attaininig the realization
that one's essential nature
is pure and that it is
identical with the intrinsic
nature of things and with
tathagata
, ,9 l|, ,|7 1.

lotus of the inherent purity
of a living being, the
, l|, 1.

equality or sameness of
own nature
, l| 1.

own nature assemblage,
the
,7 l| 1.

self-enjoyment of the bliss
of dharma
= l, 1.

personal enojoyment body;
self-enjoyment body of the
buddha
l 1.
donation to oneself, a ` l 1.

one's own mind is
originally un-produced
, l 1.

absorption in the state of
compassion

',
-
JH 1.
compassionate sage, the ^ JI( 1.

to receive upon oneself the
retribution for one's own
acts
= l7l

=T
1.

original nature (of things);
appearance of true reality
as it is
l, 1.
things as they are l,, 1.

natural wisdom; Buddha's
wisdom in realizing the
ultimate reality, the
l,
l,
,

1.

confession and repentance
of misdeeds; ceremony at
the end of the rainy
retreat,a
[sa]pravarana l 1.
freedom; omnipotence ll 1.

exquisite pleasure of
freedom, the
E= ll 1.
one should purify one's [sa]svacitta-
thoughts paryavadana 7= l) 1.
compassionate saint, a J( 1.

self-realization; witness
within, inner assurance
, l , 1.
oneself and others lf 1.

understanding the buddha-
vehicle teaching with one's
intelligence
lPf 1.

essential teaching to be
practised for one's own
benefit, the
,' l), 1.

to practise the teachings by
oneself and to let the
others practice them
,= l)f 1.

rules of behavior among
Buddhists
[sa]karman = , 1.
doing good = 1.

precepts for doing good
deeds
= |[ 1.
jambukshadaka [sa]jambuksadaka
T,

[,| 1.

Jambudvipa; continent
situated to the south of
Mt.Sumeru, the
[sa]jambudvpa -, [,|
[
,)
1.
Jambunada-suvarna
[sa]jambunada-
suvarna, jambunada-
kanaka
-,

[, 1.

world of various
defilements, a
; 1.
pitaka teaching [ 1.
store-consciousness, a [sa]alya-vijana ] 1.
hindrance [sa]avarana 9 ) 1.
long night, the ^ [V 1.

prose portion [sentences]
of the scriptures, the
, [) 1.
staying at home l 1.
restrain in one's action /) 1.

almsgiving and spiritual
charity, giving food,
cloths, money, etc., and
expounding the Buddhist
doctrine
` !,. 1.

when the Buddha was
living in the world
l 1.
giving things to others ` ! 1.

first, fifth, ninth months of
a year, the
{ /) 1.
day set aside for fasting, a /T 1.
calamities and obstruction , 1.
spell or curse. A " 1.
tranquil light, the ^ |j 1.

original land of tranquil
light, the
^ |j 1.

land of Eternally Tranquil
light, the
^ |j 1.

bodhi tree at the place
where the Buddha
attanined enlightenment,
the
^ |t 1.

nirvana; tranquil state of
the complete extinction of
passions and cycles of
birth and death, the
[sa]upasama ^ |) 1.

nirvana, the state of
tranquility and extinction

^', ^
j
|), 1.

place of enlightenment
where the Buddha
anttained nirvana,the
[sa]Buddhagaya ^ |) 1.
calm, tranquil; quiescent ^ |, 1.
tranquil and serene ^ |,[| 1.
quiescence [sa]santa ^ |[ 1.
tranquil nirvana
^', ^
j
|[,
^j

1.

tranquil and illuminating;
description of the
charateristic of suchness, a
^ || 1.
to offer tea ; 1.

Buddhist ceremony of
offering tea, a
; f 1.
perverted, wrong-headed ; @f 1.
chanting a sutra ;= =q 1.

wheel-turning Noble
King; Noble king who
turns the dharma-wheel, a
[sa]cakravartin ;,, ; =3, =3 1.
wheel-King Buddha's head ; =3f) 1.

turning the wheel of the
Dharma
; =, 1.
former Buddha, the ; ]f T 1.
previous life ;, ] 1.
exclusive practices ; =f 1.

reversing the basis (of
one's existence)
[sa]asraya-paravrtti ;= =' 1.
affection ] 1.
concentration [sa]dhyana , 1.
right view [sa]samyag-drs i } 1.
pure precept ) 1.
pure precept-paramita
',

)} 1.
dipankara buddha [sa]dipankara buddha )jf 1.

precepts which accompany
meditation, the
,=) 1.
passion-ridden thought, a ] 1.

right recollection
[mindfulness]
[sa]samyak-smrti 1.
delusory calculation ] 1.

power of meditation
[concentration], the
, 1.
right living [livelihood] [sa]samyag-ajva 1.

pure and wondrous land,
the
E= 1.
true dharma [sa]saddharma , E , 1.
pure dharma-realm, the ,; 1.

concentration and
distraction
,J 1.

meditative good; good
character that arises from
meditation, the
, 1.

fixed nature, the; settled
mind
, ,| 1.

right perception; mental
unity, samadhi
[sa]samapatti 1.
another name for samaadhi [sa]samadhi
',
-
H 1.

delusory perception;
affective consciousness
]] 1.

concentrated thought;
mind of meditative
, 1.
concentration

pure eye; pure vision of the
Buddha which sees
through phenomena
[sa]vimalanetra N 1.
fixed karma, the ,7 1.

good karma; pure
meritorious acts
7 1.

pure flesh; meat which
may be eaten by a monk
without fear of violating
the precepts
[sa]suddha-mamsa 1.
pure store[treasure] [sa]vimalagarbha 1.

act which assures birth in
the pure land
,7

,
,

1.
perfect effort
[sa]samyag-vyayama,
[pi] samma-vayama
| 1.
right wisdom [sa]samyagjana 1.
diligence; energetic effort [sa]vrya | 1.
pure land, the 1.
pure land teachings, the [ 1.
path of pure land, the [ 1.

karmic cause of birth in the
pure land, the
72 1.
Pure Land School, the [zh]Jing-tu-zong 1.
true pure land sect, the y 1.
pure practice , ) 1.

Suchness of correct
practice

[sa]samyak-
praptipatti-tathata
,9 )y 1.
meditation and wisdom ,] 1.

mind only; all objects are
nothing but the mind

[sa]sarvam citta-
matram
|h 1.
prescribed rules of conduct 1) 1.
salvation (" 1.

lord god of the
Trayastrimsha Heaven, the
[sa]sakra-devendra ^ T ^ 1.

Indra's palace in the
Trayastrimsha Heaven
^ T= 1.
Indra-net ^ T 1.

first principle emptiness,
the

[sa]paramartha-
sunyata
= #, 1.

highest truth, the; absolute
truth, the
[sa]paramartha-satya = #, 1.

removing calamities and
giving happiness
9= }, 1.

ritual of offering fire to an
individual deity
, |())[, 1.

ritual of offering fire to
various deities at the same
time
, |()[, 1.
taming and subduing = j) 1.

rite for subduing devils
and adversaries, the
= j), 1.

Supreme trainer, i.e. the
Buddha

[sa]purusa-damya-
sarathi
jW5 1.
auxiliary acts[karma], the 7 1.
venerable one [sa]ayusmat,sthavira ((
^,

1.
final teaching, the )[ 1.
bell tower | 1.
seed nature; potentiality [sa]gotra , 1.
seed [sa]bja 1.
seed-consciousness [sa]bja-vijana ] 1.
sitting meditation ^ 1.

sitting-dead and standing-
dead
^ ]1 1.
retribution of one's sin * 3= 1.
sin and merit *= 3| 1.
sinful karma * 37 1.
spell; incantation [sa]dharan,mantra 1.

sustenance kalpa, the; eons
of its persistence

[sa]yavantam kalam
vivrttas tis hati
tavantam eva kalam
, |;
L
;)
1.

resident priest of a
temple,a
^ |( 1.
head priest, the [sa]adhis ha || 1.
dwelling in and clinging to | 1.
double-storied lecture hall [sa]ku agara-sala 5[q 1.
intermediate meditation [sa]dhyanatara [, 1.
middle way
[sa]madhyama-
pratipad
1.

contemplation of middle
way
] 1.

true character of the
middle way
; 3| 1.
sentient beings
[sa]sattva, bahujana,
jantu
,, T, (]
(
])
1.

defilement of sentient
beings
[sa]sattva-kasaya ,= T, 1.

to respectfully practice
various good acts

[sa]kusalasya
upasampadah
, T) 1.
intermediate existence, the [sa]antara-bhava | 1.

things influence one
another endlessly
55= 1.

multi-meshed net of Indra,
the; jewels fastened to the
net hanging zakra's palace
reflect each other
55 1.
thick darkness 5f 1.

to become a Buddha
immediately
=, [)f 1.
mind itself is the way, the =` [ 1.

mind itself is the Buddha-
mind, the
=` [f 1.
attaning enlightenment [sa]adhigama ,= 1.
increasing; powerful , - 1.
great arrogance [sa]abhimana , -| 1.
dominent by-cause, a [sa]adhipati-pratyaya , -( 1.
increasing merit ,' - 1.
holding a sutra || 1.

one who is devoted to
chanting a sutra
||( 1.
observance of precepts |) 1.

tranquillity and
contemplation
[sa]samatha-vipasyana ] 1.
dhrtarashtra [sa]dhrtaras ra =, = | 1.
suitable to one's real power |q 1.
Ti-lun-tsung [zh]Ti-lun-tsung { 1.
secondary ignorance |= 1.

Buddha-image which one
uses in one's daily
services, the
|f 1.

hall or room housing the
image of a buddha, the
|f 1.
earth-goddess, the [sa]prthiv , |, 1.

compound words that
where there is equality of
dependence between the
terms; karma-dharaya
[sa]karma-dharaya ^ |7T
=^
='
T)
1.
hell [sa]naraka = ) 1.
torments of hell, the = ) 1.

pictorial presentation (of
the various aspects) of
hell, a
= )| = 1.
cauldron in hell, a = ) 1.

act which causes one to
fall into hell, an
= )7 1.

strong wind in hell causesd
by one's evil karma, the
= )75 1.

cauldron in hell's (in which
evil-doers are boiled
alive), a
= )] 1.
hell picture =7 ) 1.
observance of precepts |) 1.
holder of a sutra, a |( 1.
Kshitigarbha [sa]Ksitigarbha 1.
Kshitigarbha bodhisattva
[sa]Ksitigarbha
bodhisattva
'=,

[ 1.

observance of the precept
of not eating after noon
|/ 1.

directly pointing at one's
= |/ 1.
mind

directly pointing at one's
mind, and seeing one's
nature; one becomes a
buddha
= ,, |/ }|)f 1.
hate [sa]pratigha
,
'
1.

object of sensation or
perception, an
1.
dust-realm 1.

true emptiness and
wondrous existence
E y( 1.
dust and trouble 0 1.
true gate; gateway of truth y[

[)
1.
Up to the end of the future ' 7| 1.

absolute and the relative
reality, the

[sa]paramartha-
samvrti- satya
= y 1.

light unhindered in the ten
directions
` 9 ,=|j 1.
true land of recompense
[zh]zhen-shi-bao-tu;
chn-shih-pao-t'u
; y3=
=

1.

true word and mystic
verses
[sa]mantra-dharan y7[} 1.
mantrayana [sa]mantrayana y7 1.
suchness; thusness [sa]tathata 9 y
9,
,,
9
1.
gate of True Suchness
[zh]zhen-ru-men;
chn-ju-mn
9 y[ 1.

Suchness according with
conditions

[zh]zhen-ru-sui-yuan;
chn-ju-sui-yan
9 y[(

9
1.
ultimate truth, the [sa]paramartha-satya y = 1.
to esteem T5 1.

Lands as numerous as
specks of dust
( 1.

being as dust with the dust
and obscuring the light
= +j 1.
envious mind [sa]rsya ;, ; ) 1.
diamond-holder [sa]vajra-pani |[ 1.

yaksha who guards
Buddhas and gods with a
vajra in his hand, a
[sa]vajra-dhara |[| 1.

attachment; to be attached
to
| 1.
name of aromatic tree, a [sa]candana ', ; [ 1.
distintion [sa]visesa , = ) 1.

way one is attached to
something, the
| 1.
feeling of attachment, the 1.

that which one is attached
to
} 1.
shame [sa]hr | 1.
confession of sins , 1.
participation in medition 1.

repentance, observing the
precepts
[sa]ksama 7 1.
verse of penitence, the 7 1.
heavenly realm 1.

heavenly cover or
umbrella, a
1.
kind of flying devil, a / 1.
heavenly palace, a = 1.
heavenly palace, a 1.

eight kinds of heavenly
beings and dragons, the
1.
heavenly devil, a 1.
heavenly realm, the 1.

I alone am honored, in
heaven and on earth
= h|Y( 1.

one thousands armed
avalokiteshvara

[sa]
sahasrabbhujavalokites
bodhisattva
]V 1.

all the gods and deities
between heaven and earth
[sa]devata 7 | 1.

supernatural power of
divine hearing
[sa]divyasrota { 1.
heavenly being, a / 1.
India [sa]sindhu = 1.
school of Tiantai, the ; 1.

death; bodhisattva's
moving away to another
realm
= 1.
iron-cave hell, the = )) 1.
molten iron in hell , 1.
flattery and deceitfulness [sa]vanta = $
,

1.
purification [sa]vyavadana , 1.
pure dharma-body ,, 1.

shaving one's head;
becoming a monk
@
,
`,
',
',
'
1.

three greatness; essence,
characteristics, function,
the
|

)
1.
essential nature [sa]atmakatva , | 1.
essence and function 1.

grass and trees all attain
buddhahood
7=, )f 1.

beginner in the
boddhisattva path, a
7 |[ 1.

beginner in the Buddhst
practices, a
7, |)( 1.

transcendental samadhi
[meditation]

[sa]samatikrama-
utpatti samadhi
7{- |[H 1.
first assembly 77 | 1.
touch; mental contact [sa]sparsa, [pi] phassa 1.
objects of tangibility, the [sa]sprs avya-visaya
,

1.
mudra of pointing the earth
[sa]bhumi-sparsa-
mudra
1.

assemblage of mendicants
or monks, an; place of
practice
[sa]pindavana ] | 1.

subdueing evils or
disasters
7= ) 1.
supreme 7 ] 1.
most honored one 7 ]( 1.

one's last body in the
transmigratory world
[sa]antima deha 7 { 1.

meritorious supplication
for a deceased one
= |

)
1.
supramundane [sa]lokottara {[ 1.
perception [sa]anupalabdhi
=,

1.
Vulture Peak [sa]grdhraku a pabhata {|

)
1.
clinging [sa]upadana 1.
ignorance [sa]mudha ) 1.

seven factors of wisdom,
the

[sa]sapta-bodhy-
angani
|;, 5 1.
seven arrogances, the [sa]sapta manah |


1.

seven transforming
consciousness, the

[sa]sapta-pravrtti-vij
ana
; =]

1.
forty-nine days T
49,
,
7
1.

incense of the agaru tree,
the
[sa]agaru , , 1.
other world, the f; 1.
other-power, the [sa]para-bala f 1.

original vow (to save
sentient beings) realized by
other-power
f/ 1.

precept of not committing
adultery, the
f) 1.

arising[production] from
other cause; other world
, f , 1.

Buddha's human body for
the sentient being in this
world
f

1.

Heaven of Free Enjoyment
of Others' Creations, the
sixth heaven in the realm
of desire, the

[sa]para-nirmita-vasa-
vartin
= fll
=,
,
=
1.

verse on the Buddha's
birth, the
;, ]) 1.

snapping of the fingers;
very short time, a
[sa]acchata ; || ; 1.
greed; craving [sa]raga , 1.
greed, covetousness 9 , 1.
greed, lust = ,s 1.
attachment and lust , 1.
three poisons of greed,

hatred and stupidity, the
,) 1.
matrix-store realm [sa]garbha-dhatu |; 1.

one of the two major
mandalas of esoteric
Buddhism

,

|; 1.

annihilation of defilements
through the power of
discrimination
[sa]nirvana = ))
=,

1.

past seven Buddha's
commandment
{ ;
,
{

1.

common characteristic, a;
pure feature itself
{ | 1.
to retrogress; to fall back ; = 1.
breaking the precepts [sa]sila-vipatti U) 1.
crystal [sa]spha ika $*
=,

1.
expulsion from the sect U[ 1.

refutation of erroneous
views and the elucidation
of right views, the
= U[[

1.

type of meditation in
which one realizes that all
things are like dreams, a;
signless meditative
absorption

[sa]anabhilaksita-
samadhi
',
-
U|H

-
1.

complete enlightment and
stop the practice
[ 1.

destorying the harmony of
the sangha
[sa]samghabheda = U+( 1.

stone slab, in the center of
which is engraved an
1.
image of a Buddha, a

Eight Schools and Nine
Sects, the
' 1.

eight lectures on the Lotus
Sutra, the
q
=
7
1.
eight precepts, the , ), /) 1.

eight kinds of suffering,
the
1.
waters with eight attributes
[sa]as aanga-upetam-
panyam
= ){ 1.
ponds with eight attributes = ){, 1.

eight teaching
classifications
[ 1.
eight difficulties, the [sa]as aksanah 1.
eight vidyarajas, the [sa]as a-vidyaraja 3 1.

eight sacred stupas
[caityas]

[sa]as a-mahasthana-
caitya
) 1.

eight great dragon kings,
the
[sa]as a naga-rajab. J3 1.

eight attentive points(of
bodhisattva)
/ 1.
eighty thousand [sa]asti-sahasra $ 1.
eighty-four thousand. [sa]catur-asti-sahasra $L 1.

eighty-four thousand kinds
of teaching

[sa]caturastya
dharma-skandha-
sahasraih
$L,[ 1.
eight kinds of beings [sa]as au parsadah T, T 1.

middle way of the
eightfold negation, the
1.
eightfold negation, the [sa]as a-visesana 1.
eight aspects [sa]as a-laksana | 1.

eight aspects of the
Buddha's life
, |) 1.

having accomplished the
eight kinds of liberation

[sa]as a
abhibhayatanani
]} 1.
eight consciousnesses, the [sa]as a vijanani ] 1.

eighty distinctive bodily
marks of the Buddha, the;
eighty minor marks of
physical excellence

[sa]asty-anuya
janani.
/

[+
/)
1.

eighty-eight kinds of
defilements
[sa]as asty-anusayah
,

), [

1.
eight hot hells, the [sa]as av usna-narakahj= ,) 1.
eight petals of a lotus T 1.
eight-royal days, the 3T 1.

eight superior qualities of
the Buddha's voice, the

V, ,V,
)V1
1.
eight-syllable Manjushuri 1.

eight-syllable Manjushuri
rite, the
, 1.

eight disturbances to
meditation, the
[sa]as apaksala , ,, , 1.

eight precepts of purity,
the

[sa]as anga-
samanvagatopavasa
, /), )/ 1.

eight declensions of nouns,
pronouns, adjectives, and
numerals in Sanskrit, the
[sa]as a vibhaktayah ;, =1 1.
eightfold holy path, the
[sa]aryas angika-
, 1.
marga
eight or nine sects, the ' 1.
eight sects, the } 1.
eight winds, the 5 1.

eight freezing hells under
the Jambu-dvipa
Continent, the
[sa]sta-naraka as au = }) 1.
eight stages of liberation
[sa]as a vimokesah,
[pi]a ha vimokkha.
, ' P], ,| 1.
eight wise sages
[sa]as au-purusa-
pudgalah
, )

T
1.
biased view of emptiness v
,

1.

to wear the upper robe
over the left shoulder,
leaving the right shoulder
bare

[sa]ekamsam
uttarasangamkrtva
v(@ 1.
biased truth, a vy 1.
biased view v| 1.

biased view as to the right
and wrong teachings, a[4]
` v|7 1.

attachment to one's own
view
v||| 1.

clinging to one's biased
view; bias refusing to
change one's viewpoint[5]
||| 1.

wisdom of observing the
ultimate equality of all
things
[sa]samata-jana , | 1.

impartiality; non-
discriminative mind
1.

everyday mind is the way,
the
` 1.
at ordinary times , 1.
shutting the door [ 1.
suppression of Buddhism ^ fT 1.

to proclaim one's own
theory as opposed to one's
master's theory
l 1.

to abolish verbal
explanation and thereby
tell of the tenet
; ])
=;
'
]))
1.

meditation in which one
places Sanskrit letters,
such as 'A' on various parts
of the body, a
] 1.
pronouncement J ? 1.
manifest activities [sa]vijapti-karman J ?7 1.
chapter [sa]parivarta + 1.
He and I | 1.
other shore, the [sa]paryavasana 1.
lower realm, a ; 1.
summer retreat, a \?= 1.
low karma, a 7 1.
monk of a lower rank, a ,

1.

to descend from a raised
seat, One who sits in a
lower position at a
Buddhist service
^ 1.

ninety-day period of the
summer retreat, the
\ 1.
lowest grade + 1.

lowest grade in the lowest
class, the
, + 1.
scholarly priest, a ) 1.
student, a; disciple, a l

l)
1.

erudition; wide knowledge
on the Buddhism
P 1.
sentient beings ,]
,,
(,
))
1.

joining of the palms of the
hands together in worship
[sa]ajali = 1.
subjugation ritual, a [sa]abhicaraka }= ),
=,
;=

[)
1.
sand-grains of Ganges [sa]ganga-nad-valuka } t. } 1.

always following sentient
beings
}, t[T 1.

sand-grains of the River
Ganges
[sa]ganga-nad-valuka } t. } 1.

understanding; total
knowledge
[sa]aja P 1.
understanding and belief P
f
)
1.
liberation; emancipation [sa]vimukti,vimoksa P] 1.
gate of emancipation, the P][ 1.

Undestanding and practice
of the Buddhist teaching
, P) 1.

Those things which arise
out of causes and
conditions and constantly
change; Religious acts
[sa]samskara,carya , ) 1.
journey for practice , )] 1.

merit of Buddhist
practices, the
,= ){ 1.
ceremonial walking , ) 1.
direction of practice , )[ 1.
method of practice, a , ),
,

1.
active buddha-nature ,, )f| 1.
activity-aspect [sa]akara , )| 1.

Buddhist practice or
practices performed to
attain a certain end, a
, )7 1.
practice and a vow , )/ 1.

To commit an act of
adultery
, ) 1.

manner of performing
Buddhist practices
,= ), 1.
practitioner, a , )/ 1.
novice; attendant novice [sa]acarin , )( 1.

walking,standing,sitting
and lying
,^ )| 1.

practice and understanding
of the doctrine
, )P 1.
the objects of odour [sa]gandha-visaya 1.

central bodhisattva in the
court of space, guardian of
the treasury of all wisdom,
the
[sa]akasagarbha @ 1.
unreal and delusory [sa]vitatha @ 1.
Offering actual things (

, =

1.
present and past T 1.

present aeon of Buddhas,
the
[sa]bhadra-kalpa , ); 1.
present and future , 1.
clear perception [sa]pratyaksa 1.

clear perception without
any discriminative thought
=;) 1.

maturity of karma in the
present life
=

[
=)
1.

colour; visible or light
colors
[sa]varna-rupa ^ [ 1.
present life, the , 1.
present world, the 1.
essential meaning = 3, 1.
benefit in the present life ' 1.
arising; appearing ; ] 1.

stage of the manifestation,
the
[sa]abhimukh bhumi ; ] 1.
enlightment [sa]abhisambodhana , 1.

manifestation of a
transformed body
[sa]nirmita = 1.
linage J] 1.

form and image of a
divinity, the
+# 1.
mutual containment T= 1.

burnt offering,the act of
burning firewood, a
[sa]homa [
=,
,
',

1.

protecting the Buddhist
Dharma
, 1.

Heavenly boy who protects
the Dharma
,

1.
protection of the body 1.
priest who protects, a |( 1.
delusion = 1.
lotus-flower, the [sa]Padma )[" 1.

Crimson Lotus hell and
Large Crimson Lotus hell
CC

=
1.

great or universal vow of a
bodhisattva, a
^ T 1.

great (and universal) vow,
a
T/
^,
,^
1.
to spread the teaching { T 1.

obscuring the light and
mixing with the dust
= +j= 1.

big question; essential
subject of meditation, the
= 3) 1.

the four doctrinal
instruction in the teaching
= ,L[ 1.
monk [sa]upadhyaya = +! 1.

birth by transformation,
direct metamorphosis;
born naturally
[sa]upapaduka =,
,L
),
,,
,,
,
1.

transformed body, a;
incarnation
[sa]nirmana-kaya = 1.
garland, flower adornment = "3 1.

world of flower garland,
the
= "3; 1.

master of transformation,
the
= 1.
house on fire, a [sa]adptagara == 9 1.
parable of a burning house == 9| 1.

transformed land; land of
transformation
=
=,
,
=
1.
return to secular life = 1.

illusory manifestation
produced by a magician,
an
= ; 1.
stage of joy, the [sa]pramudita bhumi = # 1.
world of Yama, the =q 1.

pains of meeting those one
hates and separating from
those one loves, the
7 \
,7
(
),
9
)
\)
1.

to turn one's thought
towards a Buddhist end;
conversion
7 1.
one meet only to part 7 (,\ 1.
place of assembly 7^ 1.
assemble a group 7 T 1.

return one's merit to
another
[sa]parinama 7 7, L7 1.

maturity of karma in a life
after the next
{= 1.
after-life; future life, the , { 1.

after-life, Birth in Amida's
land after death, the
{ , 1.
afterlife, an { 1.
perfuming and practising f 1.

repeatedly impregnating
with a scent; impregnation
[sa]vasana , 1.

one of the three queens of
Yama, who control
midnight
[sa]kala-ratri = )[ 1.
to aspire and seek ]2 1.

to aspire to birth in the
Pure Land
]2 1.
useless argument [sa]prapanca ={ 1.
rare, marvelous = (( 1.

Resolving Doubts about
observing the Hwadu

[ko]Ganhwa
gyeoluiron; Kanhwa
=={ (3,) ?. ^
kyliron;

K'ai-Yan Era Catalogue
of the Buddhist Cannon,
the

[zh]Kai-yuan-shi-jiao-
lu; K'ai-yan-shih-
chiao-lu
^ [;T[)
=
,

?. ^

Divergent Concepts in the
Sutra and Vinaya texts

[zh]Jing-l-yi-xiang;
Ching-l-i-hsiang
|)3| ?. ^

Anthology of Master
Gyeongheo

[ko]Gyeongheo jip;
Kyngh jip
|@W ?. ^

Admonitions for
Beginning Students

[ko]Gyechosim hagin
mun; Kyech'osim
hagin mun
7 ;|/ ?. ^
Tripitaka Koreana [ko]Goryeo
Daejanggyeong;
Kory Taijangyng
|
?. ^
Supplemet to the Tripitaka
Koreana, the
[Ko]Goryeo
Sokjanggyeong;
Kory Sokjang-
gyong
= f|
?. ^

Biographies of Eminent
Priests, the

[zh]Gao-seng-zhuan;
Kao-sng-chuan
; (

;
(),
;
)
?. ^

Sutra of the Meditation on
the Buddha Infinite Life
Sutra

[sa]Amitayur-
buddhanusmrti-sutra
]=| ?. ^

Further Anthology of the
Propagation of truth, the

[zh]Guang-hong-
ming-ji; Kuang-hung-
ming-chi
|TW ?. ^

Encouragement to Practice
for the Compact of the
Samadhi and Prajna
Community

[ko]Gwonsu jeonghye
gyeolsamun; Kwnsu
chnghye kylsamun
{f,]}| ?. ^

Explanation of the Five
Commentaries on the
Diamond Sutra

[ko]Geumgang banya
baramil gyeong
ogahae seolui;
Kmkang panya
paramil gyng okahae
sli
7'
;=,
^
;=
[=}|
P]
?. ^
Diamond sutra, the
[sa]Vajracchedika-
prajaparamita-sutra
[|

?. ^

Exposition of the
Adamantine Absorption
Scripture, the

[ko]Geumgang
sammae gyeong non;
Kmkang sammae
gyng non
-{ [H| ?. ^
Diamond Crown Sutra
[sa]Sarvatathagata-
tattvasamgraha
[)|

9
;

;,

?. ^
Golden Light Sutra, the
[sa]suvarna-
prabhasottama-sutra
j| ?. ^
[ko]Gisillon

Korean Commentary on
the Awakening of
Mahayana Faith and its
foreword in publication

haedongso byeonggan
haengseo; Kisillon
haetong so pyngkan
haengs
7{
,^
|+| )(
){
?. ^

Commentary on "The
Dharma Analysis
Treasury", the

[zh]Ju-she-lun-ji;
Ch-sh-lun-chi
{7, {7 ;

{7[
|%
;
),
7
;j
),
7j
)
?. ^

Records of temple in Luo-
yang

[zh]Luo-yang-qie-lan-
ji; Lo-yang-ch'ieh-lan-
chi
'7 ,|] ?. ^

Record of Southern
Countries, the; Record of
Buddhist Practices sent
Home from the Southern
Sea

[zh] Nan-hai-ji-gui-
zhuan; Nan-hai-chi-
kuei-chuan
7(; J+

7(
';
nJ
+
,
), 7
(;
),
;
J+
)
?. ^

Sutra on the Conversion of
Barbarians by Lao-zi

[zh]Lao-zi-hua-hu-
jing; Lao-tz-hua-hu-
ching
= (\| ?. ^

Collected Writings of the
National Teacher Daegak

[ko]Daegak guksa
munjip; Taegak kuksa
= W ?. ^
munjip

Great Tang Dynasty
Catalog of Buddhist
Canonical Literature, the

[zh]Da-tang-nei-dian-
lu; Ta-t'ang-nei-tien-lu
'; n=)
';
=
))
?. ^

Records of Western
countries, by the Tang
Dynasty Pilgrim, the

[zh]Da-tang-xi-yu-ji;
Ta-t'ang-hsi-y-chi
^=7 n ?. ^

Accumulated Great
Treasures Sutra

[sa]Maharatnaku a-
sutra
^ | ?. ^
Great wisdom sutra
[sa]Mahapraj
aparamita-sutra
7, ^

=|
^

?. ^

Awakening of faith in the
Mahayana, the

[sa]
Mahayanasraddhotpada
-sastra
7{ | 7{ ?. ^

Exposition Notes on the
Awakening of Faith

[ko]Daeseung gisillon
byeolgi; Taesng
kisillon pylgi
7{7 |) ?. ^

Combined Commentaries
on the Awakening of
Mahayana Faith

[ko]Daeseung gisillon
sogi hoebon; Taesng
kisillon soki hoebon
7{77

|| ?. ^

Annotations on the
Awakening of Faith in the
Mahayana sutras, the

[zh]Da-cheng-qi-xin-
lun-yi-ji; Ta-ch'eng-
ch'i-hsin-lun-i-chi
7{=7 |,
7
{
, 7
{=
7,
7
{,
7{
, 7
=7,

?. ^

Preface to the Ten Wheel
of Ksitigarbha
Bodhisattva, the

[ko]Daeseung daejip
jijang siplyungyeong
seo; Taesng taejip
chijang sipryunkyng
s

^
W|
{
?. ^

Forest of Meanings in the
Mahayana Garden of the
Truth, the

[zh]Da-cheng-fa-
yuan-yi-lin-zhang; Ta-
ch'eng-fa-yan-i-lin-
chang
= ,{,|

=
,
{,
|), =
,
|),
=
,
{,|
),

,{
|)
?. ^

Chapter of Meanings in the
Mahayana, the

[zh]Da-cheng-yi-
zhang; Ta-ch'eng-i-
chang
= , ?. ^

Ornament of Mahayana
Sutras, the

[sa]
Mahayanasutralamkara
{ 3| ?. ^

Profound Treatise on
Mahayana, the

[zh]Da-cheng-xuan-
lun; Ta-ch'eng-hsan-
lun
{ 3 ?. ^

Commentary on the
Meaning of the
Mahavairocana Sutra, the

[zh]Da-ri-jing-yi-shi;
Ta-jih-ching-i-shih
=^ T|,T ?. ^

Annotations on the
Mahavairochana Sutra, the

[zh]Da-ri-jing-shu;
Ta-jih-ching-shu
T||
,

',

?. ^

Treatise oh the Great
Perfection of Wisdom, the

[sa]Mahapraja
paramita-sastra
{ " { ?. ^
Great Collection Sutra
[sa]Maha-samnipata-
sutra
W|

?. ^

Essentials of the Sutra of
Perfection of Great
Wisdom, the

[ko]Daehye dogyeong
jongyo; Taehye
dogyng chongyo
' ]"| ?. ^

Taranatha's History of
buddhism in India

[bo]Dam pa'i chos rin
po che 'phag pa'i yul
du ji ltar dar ba'i tshul
gsal bar bston pa, dgos
'dod kun 'byung
' 'f[5 ?. ^
Advent of Maitreya sutra
==^,,
'=,
/[| ?. ^

forest of Meanings in the
Mahayana Garden of the
Truth, the

[sa]Mahaparinirvana-
sutra
'
, j
,| j ?. ^
Larger Wisdom sutra
[sa]Pa
cavimsatisahasrika-
prajaparamita
7'
, ^
+=|

^
?. ^

Concentration and Insight
of Mahayana, the

[zh]Mo-he-zhi-guan;
Mo-h-chih-kuan
[j]

;[
j
]),
?. ^

])

Secrets on Cultivating the
Mind by Moguja

[ko]Moguja susim
gyeol; Moguja susim
gyl
= ]f3 ?. ^
Sutra of Infinite Life
[sa]Sukhavativyuha,
Amitabha-sutra
=| ?. ^

Explanatory Notes on the
Infinite Life Sutra, the

[ko]Muryangsugyeong
suluigi;
Muryangsugyng
suligi
=7 =|, ?. ^

Explanation and
Commentary on the
Infinite Life Sutra

[ko]
Muryangsugyeong
yeonui sul munchan;
Muryangsugyng
yni sul munch'an
=
]
=|, ?. ^

Commentary on the
Infinite Life Sutra

[ko]Muryangsugyeong
uiso;
Muryangsugyng iso
= =|,| ?. ^

Essentials of the Larger
Sutra on Amitayus, the

[ko]Muryangsugyeong
jongyo;
Muryangsugyng
jongyo
' =| ?. ^

Immeasurable meanings
sutra
[sa]Ananta-nirdesa = =,| ?. ^

Collected Poems of Mu-ui-
ja

[ko]Muuija sijip;
Muija sijip
= ` =(7W ?. ^
[ko]Mireug sangsaeng

Essentials of the Sutra of
Advent of Maitreya, the

gyeong jongyo; Mirk
sangsaeng gyng
jongyo
'=, ' /[| ?. ^

Arose Your Mind and
Practice

[ko]Balsim suhaeng
jang; Palsim suhaeng
jang
, f) ?. ^

One Hundred Verse
Treatise, the
[sa]Sata-sastra { ?. ^
one- fascicle work, an [sa]Aksarasataka { ?. ^

Prayers of the White
Flower Land, the

[ko]Baekhwa doryang
balwon mun; Paekhwa
doryang balwn mun
= {/ ?. ^

Explanation on the Prayers
of the White Flower Land,
the

[ko]Baekhwa doryang
balwon mun yaghae;
Paekhwa doryang
balwn mun yakhae
= =

"/P ?. ^

Dictionary of the
Pronounciation and
meaning of Buddhist
Terms

[bo]Bye brag tu rtogs
che
== ,W ?. ^

Explanation on the
Brahma's Net Sutra

[ko]Beommang
gyeong gojeok gi;
Pmmang gyng
kojk ki
^7 )| ?. ^

Commentary on the
Chapter of the Bodhisattva

[ko]Beommang
gyeong bosal gyebon

)(|[)1 ?. ^
Precepts in the Sutra of
Brama's Net
sagi; Pmmang gyng
bosal gyebon sagi
7
Histroy of Buddhist Music [ko]Beomum jongbo;
Pmm Chongbo
)V
?. ^

Method of the Observation
on Dharma-realm, A

[zh]Fa-jie-guan-men;
Fa-chieh-kuan-mn
,;][

,;
]),

f
,|f
"3,
;][)
?. ^

Forest of Gems in the
Garden of the Law, the

[zh]Fa-yuan-zhu-lin;
Fa-yan-chu-lin
,{H|

;
?. ^

Experts from the Dharma
Collection and Special
Practice Record with
Personal Notes

[ko]Beobjip
byeolhangnok jeolyo
gwamok
byeongipsagi; Ppchip
bylhangnok chlyo
gwamok byngipsagi
} ;' T
= 7
,W))){||
)/1
?. ^

Interpretation on the
Experts from the Dharma
Collection and Special
Practice record with
Personal Notes

[ko]Beopjip
byeolhaengnok jeolyo
sagi hae; Ppchip
bylhaengnok chlyo
sagi hae
, ;'
7
,W))){1
P
?. ^

Records of the Buddhistic
kingdoms; Travels of Fa-
hsien, the

[zh]Fa-xian-zhuan;
Fa-hsien-chuan
; ,[

;
(,[
), =
=
7;

),
=7
f
)
?. ^

Essentials of the Lotus
Sutra

[ko]Beophwa jongyo;
Pphwa jongyo
= ' ," ?. ^
Lotus sutra
[sa]Saddharma-
pundarka-sutra
= ,"|
E
=
?. ^

Profound Meaning of the
Lotus Sutra, the

[zh]fa-hua-xuan-yi;
Fa-hua-hsan-i
== ,"3,
E
=
=,
"|
3,),
=
=,
"|3
,),
=
=
;,"
3,),
=3
,)
?. ^
Jewel-mirror Samadhi
[zh]Bao-jing-san-mei;
Pao-ching-san-mei
- |H

-,
-

?. ^

Treatise on the Stages of
Path to Enlightenment, the

[bo]Byang chub lam
gyi rim pa
' {,
{
|#
"
F

^
?. ^

Treatise on the Lamp of
Path to Enlightenment, the
[sa]Bodhipathapradpa
'{,
{
| ?. ^

Upholding the Bodhisattva
Stage Sutra
[sa]Bodhisattva-bhumi
'=,

[||

{,
{,

?. ^

Essentials of the Chapter
on the Bodhisattva
Precepts, the

[ko]Bosal gyebon
jongyo; Posal gyebon
chongyo
' [) ?. ^

Bodhisattva Practice
Jeweled Necklace Sutra

[zh]Pu-sa-ying-luo-
ben-ye-jing; P'u-sa-
ying-lo-pen-yeh-ching
= [)7| ?. ^
Treatise on Buddha-truth
[zh]Bao-zang-lun;
Pao-tsang-lun
{

{
(,

)
?. ^
Chanting of Ten Vows of
Samantabhadra
Boddhisattva
[ko]Bohyeon Sipwon-
ga; Bohyn Sipwon-
ga
)/@
?. ^

Commentary on the Sutra
of the Primary Acivities
comprising the Garland of
the Bodhisattva and its
preface, the

[ko]Boneop gyeong so
gwonha byeongseo;
Ponp gyng so
gwonha byngs
^ 7|| ){ ?. ^

History of Buddhism in
India and Tibet by Bu ston,
the

[bo]bDe bar gsegs pa'i
bstan pa'i gsal byed,
chos kyi 'byung gnas
gsung rab rin po che'i
mdsod ces bya ba
f[5 ?. ^

Commentary on the
Smaller Sutra on
Amitayus, the

[ko]Bulseol
amitagyeong so;
Pulsl amit'agyng so
; ' f[/[|| ?. ^

Treatise on the Buddha
nature, the

[zh]Fo-xing-lun; Fo-
hsing-lun
,{ f| ?. ^

Array of Critiques against
Buddhism

[ko]Bulsi japbyeon;
Pulsi chapbyn
^ fI ?. ^

Record of the Lineage of
the Buddha and the
Patriarchs, the; Chronicle
of the Buddhas and the
Patriarchs, the

[zh]Fo-zu-tong-ji; Fo-
tsu-t'ung-chi
{7 f|)) {7 ?. ^
Brahma Net Sutra [sa]Brahmajala-sutra ', )|

?. ^
Book of the Discipline, the [pi]Vinaya-pi aka ] ?. ^
Wisdom sutra, the
[sa]Prajaparamita-
sutra
7, ^ =| ?. ^

Treatise on the lamp of
Wisdom, the
[sa]Prajapradpa
7{, ^
{
= ?. ^
Heart of wisdom sutra
[sa]Prajaparamita-
hrdayasutra
7, ^

=|
^

?. ^

Sutra of the meditation to
behold the buddhas

[sa]Pratyutpanna-
buddha-
sammukhavasthita-
samadhi-sutra
='
', -
H|
`
;
;

?. ^
Anthology of Samyeong
[ko]Samyeong jip;
Samyng jip
L,W

?. ^

Four Hundred Verse
Treatise, the
[sa]Catuh-sataka { L
{

?. ^

Fourfold Rules of
Discipline, the

[sa]Dharmagupta(ka)
vinaya
L;) ?. ^

Essentials of the Fourfold
Rules of Dicipline, the

[zh]Si-fen-l-xing-shi-
chao; Ss -fen-l-
hsing-shih-ch'ao
,7 L;)

,
7L;
)
|)
),
,7
)
),
7
()
?. ^
Commentary on the Three
Maitreya Sutra

[ko]Sam mireuk
gyeong so; Sam mirk
kyng so
==^ ,
'=
/[||

?. ^
Buddha-truth of Sanjiejiao
[zh]San-jie-fo-fa; San-
chieh-fo-fa
|f,

|
)W),

|
W)),

|
W)
?. ^

Legends and Histories of
the Three Kingdoms;
Memorabilia of the Three
Kingdoms, the

[ko]Samguk yusa;
Samguk yusa
= ?. ^
Histories of the Three
Kingdoms, the
[ko]Samguk sagi;
Samguk sagi
=7 5
?. ^

Profound Meaning of the
Three Treaties, the

[zh]San-lun-xuan-yi;
San-lun-hsan-i
{ = 3, ?. ^

Summary of Three Gates
of Chanting, Studying and
Meditation, the

[ko]Sammun jikji;
Sammun jikchi
= [| ?. ^

Chanting of Shakyamuni
Buddha's Achivements

[ko]Seokga yeorae
haengjeok song;
Skka yrae haengjk
song
9 ,^,
^ 9 ,^
T7)[, ?. ^
Collections of Tales on the
Buddha's Enlightenment
[ko]Seokbo sangjeol;
Seokbo Sangjl
^; T{
?. ^

Wontong's Critique of
Doctrines based on
Avatamsaka Sutra

[ko]Seok hwaeom
gyobungi wontong
cho; Sk hwam
gyobungi wnt'ong
ch'o
^= 7 {
7
T"3[;| ?. ^

Paragon of Seon School,
the

[ko]Seonga gwigam;
Snga kwigam
( [ ?. ^

Correct Commentary on
the Rules of Discipline
[sa]Samantapasadika })|,. ?. ^

Essentials of Doctrines of
Seon Schools, the

[ko]Seonmun
sugyeong; Snmun
sugyng
| ?. ^

Compilation of
Examintations of and
Verses on Ancient
Precedents and Combinal
Lectures on the Verses

[ko]Seonmun
nyeomsong,
Yeomsong seolhwa
hoebon; Snmun
nymsong, ymsong
slhwa hoebon
, ;=
7
[|,, |,3

?. ^

Critical Analysis on
Doctrines of Seon Schools,
the

[ko]Seonmun
jaejeongnok; Snmun
jaejngnok
[f) ?. ^
Compilation of
Examinations of and
Verses on Ancient
Precedents, the
[ko]Seonmun
Yeomsong; Snmun
Ymsong
[|,
?. ^

Preface to the Collection
of Chan Sources, the

[zh]Chan-yuan-zhu-
quan-ji-du-xu; Ch'an-
yan-chu-ch'an-chi-
tu-hs
; ^ }|W{
^,

;,
'
,;
,
;
?. ^

Summary of the
Mahayana, the

[sa]
Mahayanasamgraha
{ 5 { ?. ^

Commentary on
Satyasiddishastra, the

[ko]Seongsillon-so;
Sngsillon-so
,;{ )3| ?. ^

Discourse on the Theory of
Consciousness-only

[sa]Vij
artimatratasiddhi-
sastra
,{ )h] ?. ^

Annotations on Treatise on
the Establishment of the
Consciousness-only
Doctrine, the

[zh]Cheng-wei-shi-
lun-shu-ji; Ch'eng-
wei-shih-lun-shu-chi
,{ 7 )h]
,
{7
h]
),

7h]
),
7
)
?. ^

Notes of Learning the
Discourse on the Theory of
Consciousness-only, the

[ko]Seong yusiknon
hakgi <bosaljang
abidalma gojeokgi>;
Sng yusiknon hakgi
<posalchang abidalma
gojkgi>
,{ 7 <
^
7>
)h <[
[|[>
?. ^

Continued Biographies of
Eminent Priests, the

[zh]Xu-gao-seng-
zhuan; Hs-kao-sng-
chuan
=; f(

;n
(),
;n
)
?. ^

Song Dynasty Biographies
of Eminent Priests, the

[zh]Song-gao-seng-
zhuan; Sung-kao-
sng-chuan
; (
;
),

;
()
?. ^
Secrets on Cultivating the
Mind
[ko]Susim-gyeol;
Susim-gyl
f3
?. ^
Records of Various
Barbarians
[zh]Chu-I Chuan; ; 3
?. ^
Shurangama Meditation

Sutra; Sutra of the
Concentration of Heroic
Progress

[sa]Surangama-
samadhi-sutra
',
-
)|3H|

?. ^
On Trust in the Heart | ?. ^

Newly edited Catalogs of
Commetaries on the
Tripitakas

[ko]Sinpyeon jejong
gyojang chongnok;
Sinpyn chejong
kyojang ch'ongnok
] {v|[f) ?. ^

Wontong's Notes on the
Meanings of Ten
Categories, the

[ko]Sipgujang
wontonggi;
Sipguchang
wnt'ongki
{7 = ?. ^

Reconciliation of Disputes
in Ten Aspects

[ko]
Sibmunhwajaengnon;
Sipmunhwajaengnon
={ [+, ?. ^
Ten non-dual gates, the
[zh]Shi-bu-er-men;
Shih-pu-rh-mn
.[ ?. ^

Ten Divisions of Monastic
Rules, the; Ten Recitations
Vinaya

[sa]
Sarvastivadavinaya
]) ?. ^

Treatise on the Twelve
Gates, the

[sa]Dvadasamukha-
sastra
{ .[ ?. ^

Commentary on the Ten
Stage Sutra, the

[sa]Dasabhumika-
vibhasa-sastra
-{,
{
||,. ?. ^
Smaller Amitabha Sutra
[sa]Sukhavat-vyuho
nama mahayanasutra
', ' [/[| ?. ^
Commentary on the [ko]Amitagyeong-so; ' [/[|
Smaller Amitabha Sutras,
the
Amitagyng-so
?. ^

Anthology on the World of
Peace and Delight

[zh]An-le-ji; An-lo-
chi
= ?W ?. ^
Medicine Master Sutra
[sa]Bhagavan-
bhaisajyaguru-
vaidurya-prabhasya
purva-pranidhana-
visesa-vistara
9 7/|

=,

?. ^
Biographies of Liang's
Eminet Monks, the
[zh]Liang Kaoseng
Chuan
; (
?. ^

Matrix of the Thus Come
One Sutra

[sa]rya-tathagata-
garbha-nama
mahayana-sutra
9 7|

9
,
9

?. ^

Thematic Essentials of the
Nirvana Sutra, the

[ko]Yeolban jongyo;
Ylban chongyo
j ' , ?. ^

Profound Meaning of
Nirvana, the

[zh]Nieh-p'an-hsan-i;
Nie-pan-xuan-yi
j= ,3,
j
=
,
3
,), j

=,
|3,)
?. ^

Essentials Approaches to
Recollecting the Buddha

[ko]Yeombul yomun;
Ymbulyomun
' ,f ?. ^

Treatise on the Stages of
[sa]Yogacara-bhumi
'{,
)]
{,
'
?. ^
Yoga Practice, the { '
precepts for laymen sutra [sa]Upasakasla-sutra
,

],)| , ?. ^

Service for the Deceased
Sutra
[sa]Ullambana-sutra
',

d| ?. ^

Perfect Enlightenment
Sutra

[zh]Yuan-jue-jing;
Yan-cheh-ching
|

'
=
?. ^
Commentary on the Sutra
of Perfect Enlightenment
[ko]Won-gak-gyeong-
so; Won-gak-gyng-
so
|
?. ^

Perfect and Sudden
Attainment of
Buddhahood, the

[ko]Wondon
seongbullon; Wndon
sngbullon
' ,{ |)f ?. ^

Essentials of the Complete
Doctrines of Avatamsaka
Sutra and Collections of
Previous Writings

[ko]Wonjong mullyu;
Wnjong mullyu
( ) ?. ^
Chanting of Stories the
Buddha's Enlightenment
[ko]Wolin
Cheongang-ji-gok;
Wolin Ch'on-gang-
chi-gok
{= ).~
?. ^
Notes to the Treaties on
the Stages of Yoga
Practice, the
[ko]Yugaron gi;
Yugaron gi
{7 )]
?. ^

Treatise on Questions
between Confucianism and
Buddhism, the

[ko]Yuseok jiluinon;
Yusk chilinon
^ ;= ]T]) ?. ^

Thirty Stanza Treatise on
the Consciousness Only
Doctrine, the
[sa]Trimsika h], ?. ^
Twenty Stanza Treatise on

the Conscious Only
Doctrine, the
[sa]Vimsatika { h]. ?. ^

Traveling the Path to
Mental Peace and Bliss,
the

[ko]Yusim allakdo;
Yusim allakto
= ? ?. ^

Platform Sutra of the Sixth
Patriarch, the

[zh]Liu-zu-tan-jing;
Liu-tsu-t'an-ching
||
,

?. ^

Doctrine of the Two
Hindrances, the
[ko]Ichangi; Ijangui = ., ?. ^
Principle of Wisdom Sutra
[sa]Prajaparamita-
naya-satapacasatika,
Adhy-ardhasatika-
prajaparamita
|
=

;
^
?. ^

Fundamental work of the
new logic school based
upon the Y-chieb-lun, a
{]6| 2[ ?. ^

Commetary on the
Scripture for Humane
Kings

[ko]Inwanggyeong so;
Inwanggyng so
'3|| ?. ^
Commentary on the
Humane King's Perfection
of Wisdom Sutra, the
[ko]Inwang
banyagyeong so;
Inwang panyagng so
^ '3=|
?. ^

Wontong's Notes on the
Diagram of Dharma-realm
of One Vehicle

[ko]Ilseung
beopgyedo
wontonggi; Ilsng
{7 ,;D ?. ^
ppgyeto wnt'onggi
Diagram of Dharma-realm
of One Vehicle, the

[ko]Ilseung
beopgyedo; Ilsng
ppgyeto
,;D
?. ^

Pronunciation and Hearing
in the Buddhist Scriptures

[zh]Yi-qie-jing-yin-yi;
I-ch'ieh-ching-yin-i
= '|V,

=
?. ^
Entering the Middle Way
[sa]
Madhyamakavatara
{ / ?. ^

Treatise on the Pure Land,
The; Treatise on Rebirth in
the Pure Land, the

[zh]Jing-tu-lun;
Ching-t'u-lun
{

,=
|
]}|
/
)),

{
=
|]}
||
),

{=
|
),
,
{
j
),
,{j
),
,
/
))
?. ^

Commentary on the
Treatise on the Pure Land,
the

[zh]Jing-tu-lun-zhu;
Ching-t'u-lun-chu
{

=
|
],|
/
),#
)
[)
),

{=
|
),
,{
j
),

),
{
)
?. ^

Ching-tu-chih-cheh; jing-
tu-zhi-jue

[zh]Jing-tu-zhi-jue;
Ching-tu-chih-cheh
)3 ?. ^
Encouragement to Practice
of the Compact of the
Meditation and Wisdom
Community
[ko]Jeonghye gyeolsa-
mun; Chnghye
gylsa-mun
,]}|
?. ^
Anthology of All Sutra, the
[zh]Zhu-jing-yao-ji;
Chu-ching-yao-chi
' ||W ?. ^
Treatises of Sengzhao, the
[zh]Zhao-lun; Chao-
{ ?. ^
lun
Revitalization of Korean
Buddhism, the
[ko]Joseon Bulgyo
yusinnon; Chosn
Bulgyo yushinnon
{ |=f[{
?. ^

Commentary on
"Vimalakirti Sutra", the

[zh]Zhu-wei-mo-jie-
jing; Chu-wei-mo-
chieh-ching
-,

[3|

[3|
),

[),

[|)
?. ^

Annotations on the
Treatise on the Middle
Way, the

[zh]Zhong-guan-lun-
shu; Chung-kuan-lun-
shu
{ ]|

]
|)
?. ^

Heart of the Middle Way,
the

[sa]Madhyamaka-
hrdaya-karika
], ?. ^
Verses on the Middle Way
[sa]Madhyamaka-
karika
{
,
{,

{,

?. ^

Buddhapalita's
Commentary on "the
Verses on the Middle
Way"

[sa]Buddhapalita-
mulamadhyamaka-
vrtti
{ f
,

?. ^

Pingala's Commentary on
"the Verses on the Middle
Way"

[sa]Madhyamaka-
sastra
{ = || = ?. ^

Treatise on the
Discrimination of the
[sa] { ;) ?. ^
Middle and the Extreme,
the
Madhyantavibhaga ika {

Commentary on the
Treatise on the
Discrimination of the
Middle nad the Extreme,
the

[ko]Jungbyeon
bunbyeollon so;
Chungpyn
bunbyllon so
{ ;)| ?. ^

Annotation on Great
Concentration and Insight,
the

[zh]Zhi-guan-fu-xing-
zhuan-hong-jue; Chih-
kuan-fu-hsing-chuan-
hung-cheh
,; ]|)T,

,,
,
,

,
;
?. ^
Summaries of Stories of
Successive Buddhas and
Patriarchs, the
[ko]Jikji simgyeong;
Chikchi simgyng
= ||
?. ^
Record of the Teachings of
the State Master Jingak
[ko]Jin-gak guksa
eorok; Chin-gak kuksa
rok
= yq)
?. ^

Straight Talk on the Ture
Mind

[ko]Jinsim jikseol;
Chinsim chiksl
=; y ?. ^

Treatise on Systems of
Cognition, the

[sa]
Pramanasamuccaya
{ W ?. ^

Doctrine of the Four
Teachings in Tiantai
school, the

[ko]Cheontae sagyoui;
Ch'nt'ae sagyoi
= ;L[] = ?. ^

Anthology of
Cheongheodang, the

[ko]
Cheongheodangjip;
Ch'nghdangjip
,@W ?. ^
Collection of Master [ko]Chudong gi; 7 1
Euisang's Dharma Talks
on the Avatamsaka Sutra
Ch'udong gi
?. ^

Collection of Records
concerning the Tripitaka,
A

[zh]Chu-san-zang-ji-
ji; Ch'u-san-tsang-chi-
chi
7 {W

7{
)
?. ^

Delving into the
Profundity of the Flower
Garland Sutra

[zh]Hua-yan-jing-tan-
xuan-ji; Hua-yen-
ching-t'an-hsan-chi
7 3
=
7,
,
=

?. ^

Grammar of Thonmi
Sambhota

[bo]Lung du ston pa'i
rtsa ba sum cu pa shes
bya ba, lung du ston
pa rtag kyi 'jug pa shes
bya ba
' ', ?. ^

Record of the Teachings of
the Reverend Hamheo
Deuktong

[ko]Hamheodang
deuktong hwasang
eorok; Hamhdang
tkt'ong hwasang rok
={=

(@+!q) ?. ^

Lives of Eminet Korean
Monks

[ko]Haedong
goseungjeon; Haetong
kosngjn
; +( ?. ^

Revelation of the Profound
Secrets Sutra; Sutra on
Understading Profound
and Esoteric Doctrine

[sa]Samdhi-
nirmocana-sutra
P| ?. ^

Commentary on the
Revelation of the Profound
Secrets Sutra, the

[ko]Haesimmilgyeong
soseo;
Haesimmilgyng sos
^ P||{ ?. ^

Commentary of the
Revelation of the Profound
Secrets Sutra, the

[ko]Haesimmilgyeong
so; Haesimmilgyng
so
P|| ?. ^

Anthology of
Heobaekdang-jip

[ko]Heobaekdangjip;
Hbaekdangjip
@W ?. ^

Anthology of Heo-eung-
dang Bo-u, the

[ko]Heo-eung-dang-
jip; H-ng-dang-jip
@qW ?. ^

Treatise on the Exposition
of the Correct, the

[ko]Hyeonjeongnon;
Hynjngnon
{ [ ?. ^

Anthology of the
Propagation of Truth, the

[zh]Hong-ming-ji;
Hung-ming-chi
TW ?. ^

Essay on the Five
teachings of Huayan, the

[zh]Hua-yan-wu-jiao-
zhang; Hua-yen-wu-
chiao-chang
= "3[
=
=
,
=

7,
,
=

=,

7,
=

7
?. ^

Chart of the Dharma-world
of the Single Cehicle of the
Huayan

[ko]Hwaeom ilseung
beopgyedo; Hwam
ilsng ppkyeto
= "3,;D ?. ^
Flower Garland Sutra
[sa]Buddhavatamsaka-
nama mahavaipulya-
sutra
= "3|

?. ^

Commentary on the
Flower Garland Sutra

[ko]Hwaeomgyeong
so; Hwamgyng so
= "3|| ?. ^

Selections of
Commentaries on
Annotations on the Flower
Garland Sutra, the

[zh]Hua-yan-jing-shu-
yan-yi-chao; Hua-yen-
ching-shu-yen-i-ch'ao
==7 "3||(,|
=

=7,
=
7,
=7,

=7
?. ^
Commentary on the
Avatamsaka Sutra, the
[zh]Hua-yan-jing tan-
xuan-ji; Hua-yen-
ching t'an-hsuan-chi
=7 "3|3
?. ^
Essentials of the Hua-yan-
lun
[ko]Hwa-eom-ron
jeolyo; Hwa-m-ron
Chlyo
={;' "3{
?. ^
Song on Karmic Results,
the
[ko]Hoesim gok;
Hoesim gok
7= L
?. ^

Refutation of Objections,
the
[sa]Vigrahavyavartan 7{ , ?. ^
Ten Injunctions [ko]Hunyo sipjo;
Hunyo sipcho
' 1(
?. ^
Gakseong
[ko]Gakseong;
Kaksng
, | 3.
Gakun [ko]Gakun; Kakun 3.
Gakhun [ko]Kakhun; Gakhun 1 3.
Kang-fa-lang
[zh]Kang-fa-lang;
K'ang-fa-lang
{,D 3.
Kang-seng-yuan
[zh]Kang-seng-yuan;
K'ang-sng-yan
{(} 3.
Kang-seng-hui
[zh]Kang-seng-hui;
K'ang-sng-hui
7 {( 3.
Gaecheong
[ko] Gaecheong;
Kaech'ng
[, 3.
Jnanagarbha [sa]Janagarbha 7' 3.
Jnanagupta [sa]Janagupta 7', ' 3.
Jnanamitra [sa]Janamitra 7''= 3.
Jnanapada [sa]Janapada 7' 3.
Jnanashrimitra [sa]Janasrmitra 7''= 3.

rGyal tshab Darma rin
chen

[bo]rGyal tshab
Darma rin chen
3.
Ju-fang [zh]Ju-fang; Ch-fang !, 3.
dge 'dun rgya mtsho
[bo]dGe 'dun rgya
mtsho
77 (+

?

3.
dge 'dun grub [bo]dGe 'dun grub ()

1

3.
Gyeondeung
[ko]Gyeondeung;
Kyntng
}] 3.
Gyeomik
[ko]Gyeomik;
Kymik
' 3.
Gyeongyu
[ko]Kyeongyu;
Kyngyu
3.
Gyeongheo
[ko]Gyeongheo;
Kyngh
|@ 3.
Gyongheon
[ko]Kyongheon;
Kynghn
| 3.
Gyeongheung
[ko]Gyeongheung;
Kynghng
| 3.
Gotama buddha [pi]Gotama buddha 3.

Go ram pa bsod rnam seng
ge

[bo]Go ram pa bsod
rnam seng ge
~ 3.
Ghobharana [sa]Ghobharana ' ,d = 3.
Gopala [sa]Gopala 3.
Goshaka [sa]Gosaka 3.
Gwangi [ko]Gwangi; Kwangi 7 ]V 3.
Gwanreuk
[ko]Gwanreuk;
Kwannk
= ][ 3.
Guan-ding
[zh]Guan-ding; Kuan-
ting
) 3.
Gos lo gzhon nu dpal
[bo]'Gos lo gzhon nu
dpal
" 3.

rGod tshang pa mgon po
rdo rje

[bo]rGod tshang pa
mgon po rdo rje
3.
dGon pa ba [bo]dGon pa ba 3.
Gyoung [ko]Gyoung; Kyong [1 3.
Kou-qian-zhi
[zh]Kou-qian-zhi;
K'ou-ch'ien-chih
]~ 3.
Gunamati [sa]Gunamati ' {] 3.
Gunabhadhra [sa]Gunabhadhra
', '

2[ 3.
Gunavarman [sa]Gunavarman
', '

2[ 3.
Gunavrddhi [sa]Gunavrddhi
'', '

2| 3.
So Gusan [ko]Gusan; Kusan ' 3.
Kui-ji [zh]Kui-ji; K'ui-chi 7 { 3.
Gyunyeo [ko]Gyunyeo; Kyuny9 ' 3.
Geungseon
[ko]Geungseon;
Kngsn
[ 3.
Geungyang
[ko]Geungyang;
Kngyang
\ 3.
Gihwa [ko]Gihwa; Kihwa 7= + 3.
Ji-zang [zh]Ji-zang; Chi-tsang f 3.
Kanishka [sa]Kaniska ( 3.
Katyayaniputra [sa]Katyayanputra ^= 3.

Karma dus gsum mkhyen
pa

[bo]Karma dus gsum
mkhyen pa
3.
Karma pakshi [bo]Karma pak si =` 3.
Kamarashila [sa]Kamarasla 3.
Ka ma ba shes rab 'od
[bo]Ka ma ba shes rab
'od
\= 3.
Kashyapa-matanga [sa]kasyapamatanga
,

=[ 3.
Kalayasha [sa]kalayasa ^, ^ 3.

Kam pa lung pa sgang
Shakya yon tan

[bo]Kam pa lung pa
sgang Sakya yon tan

3.
sKal ldan ye shes seng ge
[bo]sKal ldan ye shes
seng ge
" \ 3.
sKal bzang rgya mtsho
[bo]sKal bzang rgya
mtsho
" 77 3.

dKon mchog 'jigs med
dbang po

[bo]dKon mchog 'jigs
med dbang po
=H 3.
sKyob pa 'jig rten mgon po
[bo]sKyob pa 'jig rten
mgon po
= 3.
Kumarajiva [sa]Kumarajva
,

N[ 3.
Kumaralata [sa]Kumaralata 3.
Kukkuripada [sa]Kukkurpada = 3.
Kun dga' rgyal mtshan
[bo]Kun dga' rgyal
mtshan
3.
Kun dga' snying po
[bo]Kun dga' snying
po
3.
Kun dga' don grub [bo]Kun dga' don grub 3.
Kun dga' bzang bo [bo]Kun dga' bzang bo 3.
Kun ldan ras pa [bo]Kun ldan ras pa 3.

Kun spangs thugs rje btson
'grus

[bo]Kun spangs thugs
rje btson 'grus
= 3.

Kun mkhyen blo gros rin
chen seng ge

[bo]Kun mkhyen blo
gros rin chen seng ge
= 3.
Krshnacarya [sa]Krsnacarya T(' 3.
Nagarjuna [sa]Nagarjuna '' Jt, J), J] 3.
Nagasena [pi]Nagasena '', ' ( 3.
Narendrayashas [sa]Narendrayasas
'^, '
^
3.
Naropa [sa]Naropa ' 3.

Na Ch'ng-ho; Na
Cheongho

[ko]Nacheongho;
Nach'ngho
' V[, 3.

Nag tsho tshul khrims
rgyal ba

[bo]Nag tsho tshul
khrims rgyal ba
'7 3.
Nanda [sa]Nanda 3.
gNyags jnanakumara
[bo]gNyags j
anakumara
' 7' 3.
Myang ting 'dzin bzang po
[bo]Myang ting 'dzin
bzang po
3.
Nyang ral Nyi ma 'od zer
[bo]Nyang ral Nyi ma
'od zer
= 3.

sNye'u zur pa ye shes 'bar
ba

[bo]sNye'u zur pa ye
shes 'bar ba
H \

3.
gNyos rgyal ba lha nang pa
[bo]gNyos rgyal ba
lha nang pa
' 3.
gNubs chen sangs rgyas ye [bo]gNubs chen sangs

shes

rgyas ye shes
\ 3.
Nigantha Nathaputta
[pi]Nigan ha
Nathaputta
' 3.
nigantha-nataputta [pi]nigan ha-nataputta ' } 3.
Nyi 'bum [bo]Nyi 'bum 3.
Dharmagupta [sa]Dharmagupta
,

[/ 3.
Dharmakala [sa]Dharmakala 3.
Dharmakirti [sa]Dharmakrti ,{ 3.
Dharmanandi [sa]Dharmanand
',

[| 3.
Dharmatrata [sa]Dharmatrata = ,l 3.
Dharmaraksha [sa]Dharmaraksa = , = 3.
Dharmarakshana [sa]Dharmaraksana =' = 3.
Dharmaruci [sa]Dharmaruci
, (

[(5 3.
Dharmamitra [sa]Dharmamitra
'=,

[ 3.
Dharmapala [sa]Dharmapala , 3.
Dharmashri [sa]Dharmasr 3.
Dharmayashas [sa]Dharmayasas
^,
^
[ 3.
Dharmodgata [sa]Dharmodgata
5,

=) 3.
Dharmottara [sa]Dharmottara 5 3.
Darikapa [sa]Darikapa 3.
Grwa pa mngon shes can
[bo]Grwa pa mngon
shes can
\ 3.
Grags pa rgyal mtshan
[bo]Grags pa rgyal
mtshan
' 3.
Dwags po sGom tshul
[bo]Dwags po sGom
tshul
' 3.
Dwags po lha rje [bo]Dwags po lha rje ' )}|, 3.
Tan-kuang
[zh]Tan-kuang; T'an-
k'uang
[ 3.
Tan-luan
[zh]Tan-luan; T'an-
luan
\ 3.
Dhammapala [pi]Dhammapala 3.
Dam pa sGom smon
[bo]Dam pa sGom
smon
3.
Dam pa Sangs rgyas
[bo]Dam pa Sangs
rgyas
3.
Zhan-ran
[zh]Zhan-ran; Chan-
jan
, 3.
Tan-ying
[zh]Tan-ying; T'an-
ying
, 3.
Tan-yao [zh]Tan-yao; T'an-yao ' M 3.
Damuk [ko]Damuk; Tamuk = ] 3.
Tan-jing
[zh]Tan-jing; T'an-
ching
3.
Tan-ting
[zh]Tan-ting; T'an-
t'ing
3.
Tan-di [zh]Tan-di; T'an-ti 3.
Tan-qian
[zh]Tan-qian; T'an-
ch'ien
3.
Da-yan [zh]Da-yan; Ta-yen ) 3.
Deokso [ko]Deokso; Tkso = {= 3.
De bzhin gshegs pa
[bo]De bzhin gshegs
^ 3.
pa
Devanampiya tissa [pi]Devanampiya issa ^ 3.
Devadatta [pi]Devadatta ,
|,, j,
|
3.
Devapala [sa]Devapala 3.
Devaprajna [sa]Devapraja
7,
^
|= 3.
Torim; Dorim [ko]Dorim; Torim w 3.
Dao-ping
[zh]Dao-ping; Tao-
p'ing
( 3.
Dao-sheng
[zh]Dao-sheng; Tao-
shng
, 3.
Dao-xuan
[zh]Dao-xuan; Tao-
hsan
3.
Doseon [ko]Doseon; Tosn 3.
Dao-xin [zh]Dao-xin; Tao-hsin 3.
Dogen [ja]Dogen ; 3.
Doui [ko]Doui; Toi = , 3.
Dao-yi [zh]Dao-yi; Tao-i 3.
Dao-chuo
[zh]Dao-chuo; Tao-
ch'uo
=]7| ( 3.
Doheon [ko]Doheon; Tohn 3.
Drogmi
[bo]'Brog mi lo tsa ba
sakya ye shes
='
\
3.

'Brom ston pa rgyal ba'i
'byung gnas

[bo]'Brom ston pa
rgyal ba'i 'byung gnas
' ' 3.
Dombiheruka [sa]Dombheruka 3.
Dongsan
[ko]Dongsan;
Tongsan
3.

Dol po ba shes rab rgyal
mtshan

[bo]Dol po ba shes rab
rgyal mtshan
= \ }T ( 3.
Du-shun [zh]Du-shun; Tu-shun |[ 3.
Grub thob dgos grub
[bo]Grub thob dgos
grub
{ 3.
Dus gsum mkhyen pa
[bo]Dus gsum mkhyen
pa
3.
Dignaga [sa]Dignaga '', ' 3.
Taranatha [bo]Taranatha ' 3.

sTag lung thang pa chen
po

[bo]sTag lung thang
pa chen po
= 3.

sTag lung pa Shabs drun
Ngag dbang rnam rgyal

[bo]sTag lung pa
Shabs drun Ngag
dbang rnam rgyal
= '

3.
Tam pa bde gshegs
[bo]Tam pa bde
gshegs
^ 3.
bsTan 'dzin rgya mtsho
[bo]bsTan 'dzin rgya
mtsho
77

14

3.
gTer bdag gling pa
[bo]gTer bdag gling
pa
' 3.

gTum ston blo gros grags
pa

[bo]gTum ston blo
gros grags pa
= ' 3.
Tillopa [sa]Tillopa 3.

La Vallee Poussin, Louis
de

[fr]La Vallee Poussin,
Louis de
= , 3.
Ratnakarashanti [sa]Ratnakarasanti =' 3.
Ratnakirti [sa]Ratnakrti =' 3.
Ratnamati [sa]Ratnamati
=', ='

[[| 3.
Rahula [pi]Rahula @ 3.
Rahulabhadra [sa]Rahulabhadra @ 3.
Lakshminkara [sa]Laksmnkara =( 3.

Glang ri thang pa rdo rje
seng ge

[bo]Glang ri thang pa
rdo rje seng ge
3.
Rang byung rdo rje
[bo]Rang byung rdo
rje
3.
Rechungpa
[bo]Ras chung pa rdo
rje grags pa
,)T 3.
Ren-ji-yu
[zh]Ren-ji-yu; Jen-
chi-y
- [ 3.

Red mda' ba gzhon nu blo
gros

[bo]Red mda' ba
gzhon nu blo gros
= = 3.
Blo gros brtan pa [bo]Blo gros brtan pa = 3.
Lo ras pa [bo]Lo ras pa 3.

Blo bzang dpal ldan ye
shes

[bo]Blo bzang dpal
ldan ye shes
" \ 3.

Blo bzang chos kyi rgyal
mtshan

[bo]Blo bzang chos
kyi rgyal mtshan
7 3.
Rog shes rab rgya mtsho
[bo]Rog shes rab rgya
mtsho
77 3.

Rom zom chos kyi bzang
po

[bo]Rom zom chos
kyi bzang po
7 3.

Rong ston smra ba'i seng
ge

[bo]Rong ston smra
ba'i seng ge
' 3.
Klong chen rab 'byams pa
[bo]Klong chen rab
'byams pa
3.
Rol pa'i rdo rje [bo]Rol pa'i rdo rje =" 3.
Rin po che rgyal tshan
[bo]Rin po che rgyal
tshan
3.
Rin po che glang lung pa
[bo]Rin po che glang
lung pa
3.
Rin chen bzang po [bo]Rin chen bzang po 3.
Gling ras pa padma rdo rje
[bo]Gling ras pa
padma rdo rje
3.
Madhava [sa]Madhava 3.
Mo-luo-nan-tuo
[zh]Mo-luo-nan-tuo;
Mo-lo-nan-t'o
[[ 3.
Marpa
[bo]Mar pa lo tsa ba
chos kyi blo gros
7
=
3.
Makkhali Gosala
[sa]Maskar-
gosaliputra, [pi]
Makkhali gosala

=,
3.
Maya [sa]Maya ^ [ 3.
Moggaliputta Tissa
[sa]Maudgaliputra
Tisya, [pi]
Moggaliputta Tissa
=
, =

3.
Maitreya [sa]Maitreya ==^, '= /[ 3.
[bo]Ma cig lab sgron
Ma cig lab sgron ma ma " 3.

Mahakaushthila,
Mahakotthita

[sa]Mahakaus hila,
[pi]Mahako hita
,

;\, /\",
H
3.

Mahakassapa,
Mahakashyapa

[pi]Mahakassapa, [sa]
Mahakasyapa
,

[jT,T

3.
Mahakaccana
[sa]Mahakaccayana,
[pi]Mahakaccana
^',
'
[ 3.
Mahamoggallana
[sa]
Mahamaudgalyayana,
[pi]Mahamoggallana
^
', ='
|, | = 3.
Mahapajapati
[sa]Mahaprjapat, [pi]
Mahapajapat
,

/ 3.
Mahinda
[sa]Mahendra, [pi]
Mahinda
, 3.
Menandros [el]Menandros H 3.
Mes ston tshon po [bo]Mes ston tshon po H 3.
Myeongrang
[ko]Myeongrang;
Myngnang
D 3.
Mokshakaragupta [sa]Moksakaragupta = 3.
sMon lam dpal [bo]sMon lam dpal " 3.
Munishri [sa]munisr , 5; "}] 3.
Muru [ko]Muru; Muru ={ 3.
Musang [ko]Musang; Musang =| 3.
Muyeom [ko]Muyeom; Muym = 3.
Wu-di [zh]Wu-di; Wu-ti + 3.
Wu-zong
[zh]Wu-zong; Wu-
tsung
+ 3.
Muhak [ko]Muhak; Muhak = 3.
Mukhoja
[ko]Mukhoja;
Mukhocha
= \ 3.
Mi 'gyur rdo rje [bo]Mi 'gyur rdo rje ' 3.
Mi bskyod rdo rje [bo]Mi bskyod rdo rje ' 3.
Milarepa [bo]Mi la ras pa ' |, 3.
Mihiragula [sa]Mihiragula ' 3.
Bhagavad-dharma [sa]Bhagavad-dharma
,

])% 3.

'Ba' ra ba rgyal mtshan
dpal bzang

[bo]'Ba' ra ba rgyal
mtshan dpal bzang
" 3.
Bhavya, Bhavaviveka
[sa]Bhavya, [sa]
Bhavaviveka
'^, -| ,J 3.

Ba so chos kyi rgyal
mtshan

[bo]Ba so chos kyi
rgyal mtshan
7 3.

'Bab rom pa dar ma dbang
phyug

[bo]'Bab rom pa dar
ma dbang phyug
= 3.
Bai-ju-yi
[zh]Bai-ju-yi; Pai-ch-
i
=* 3.
Bai-zhang
[zh]Bai-zhang; Pai-
chang
5 3.
Beomil [ko]Beomil; Pmil )T 3.
Beopgyeong
[ko]Beopgyeong;
Ppkyng
,| 3.
Fa-du [zh]Fa-du; Fa-tu ," 3.
Beoprang
[ko]Beoprang;
Ppnang
,D 3.
Fa-ming [zh]Fa-ming; Fa-ming , 3.
Fa-min [zh]Fa-min; Fa-min , 3.
Fa-chang
[zh]Fa-chang; Fa-
ch'ang
, 3.
Fa-shang
[zh]Fa-shang; Fa-
shang
, 3.
Beopun [ko]Beopun; Ppun , 3.
Fa-rong [zh]Fa-rong; Fa-jung ,] 3.
Beopjang
[ko]Beopjang;
Ppjang
, 3.
Fa-zang [zh]Fa-tsang; Fa-zang , 3.
Fa-zhao [zh]Fa-zhao; Fa-chao ,| 3.
Fa-chi [zh]Fa-chi; Fa-ch'ih ,| 3.
Fa-qin [zh]Fa-qin; Fa-ch'in , 3.
Pu-guang
[zh]Pu-guang; P'u-
kuang
j 3.
Bodhidharma [sa]Bodhidharma
',

|[ 3.
Bodhiruci [sa]Bodhiruci ', |(5 3.
Bou [ko]Bou; Pou i 3.
Bou [ko]Bou; Pou 3.
Pu-ji [zh]Pu-ji; P'u-chi ^ | 3.
Bao-zhi [zh]Bao-zhi; Pao-chih f| 3.
Ben-ru [zh]Ben-ru; Pn-ju 9 3.
Fu-xi [zh]Fu-xi; Fu-hsi {} 3.
Bu-kong
[zh]Bu-kong; Pu-
k'ung
3.
Fo-tu-cheng[deng]
[zh]Fo-tu-cheng
[deng]; Fo-t'u-ch'ng
[tng]
fD 3.
Buddhaghosa [pi]Buddhaghosa 3.
Buddhaguhya [sa]Buddhaguhya 3.
Buddhadeva [sa]Buddhadeva 3.
Buddhabhadra [sa]Buddhabhadra
,

f|[ 3.
Buddhapalita [sa]Buddhapalita
,

f, f[}] 3.
Buddhayashas [sa]Buddhayasas
^, ^

f[ 3.
Buddhavarman [sa]Buddhavarman
,

,[[ 3.
Buddhajiva [sa]Buddhajva , f[ 3.
Bimbisara [pi]Bimbisara [,, 3.
Pakudha kaccayana
[pi]Pakudha
kaccayana
^' 3.
Panini [sa]Panini }} 3.
Padma dkar po [bo]Padma dkar po 3.
Padmasambhava [sa]Padmasambhava " =, 3.
Padmavajra [sa]Padmavajra 3.
Paramartha [sa]Paramartha 3.
Paramartha [sa]Paramartha , y 3.
Parshva [sa]Parsva 3.

dPa' bo gtsug lag phreng
ba

[bo]dPa' bo gtsug lag
phreng ba
== 3.
Paya, Prajna [sa]Paya, Praja ^, 7 }= 3.
Panchen Lama [bo]Panchen-bla-ma )[w 3.

Pang chen bsod nams
grags pa

[bo]Pang chen bsod
nams grags pa
~ ' 3.
Po to ba rin chen gsal
[bo]Po to ba rin chen
gsal
]T 3.
Purana Kassapa [pi]Purana Kassapa ' 3.

Punna Mantaniputta, Purna
Maitrayananiputra

[sa]Purna
Maitrayananputra,
[pi]Punna
Mantaniputta
' =^
'=, '

3.
Pushyamitra [sa]Pusyamitra '= 3.
Punyatara [sa]Punyatara ^, += 3.
Prajnakaramati [sa]Prajakaramati 7 3.
Prasenajit [sa]Prasenajit "'= })L3 3.

Sa skya pan chen Kun dga'
rgyal mtshan

[bo]Sa skya pan chen
Kun dga' rgyal mtshan
[)

'
3.
Shakya mcong ldan [bo]Sakya mcong ldan 3.
Saramati [sa]Saramati 3.
Saraha [sa]Saraha 3.
Shar ba pa yon tan grags
[bo]Shar ba pa yon tan
grags
' 3.
Shariputra, Sariputta
[sa]Sariputra, [pi]
Sariputta
, =

]+ 3.
Sa chen kun dga' snying po
[bo]Sa chen kun dga'
snying po
3.
Sanjaya Belatthiputta
[pi]Sajaya
Belatthiputta
^ 3.
Samghadeva [sa]Samghadeva , (]|, 3.
Samgharadaci [sa]Samgharadaci
,

(][ 3.
Samghabhadra [sa]Samghabhadra
,

(][
T
))
3.
Samghabhuti [sa]Samghabhuti , (] 3.
Samghapala [sa]Samghapala , (], 3.
Samghavarman [sa]Samghavarman
,

(][

{(
|)
3.
Sangs rgyas gling pa
[bo]Sangs rgyas gling
pa
3.

Sangs rgyas dbang po
grags pa dpal 'od zer
bzangs po

[bo]Sangs rgyas dbang
po grags pa dpal 'od
zer bzangs po
'" =

3.
Sangeon [ko]Sangeon; Sangn ! 3.
Sangchong
[ko] Sangchong;
Sangch'ong
] !] 3.
Shang-xian
[zh]Shang-xian;
Shang-hsien
!) 3.
Shakraditya [sa]Sakraditya T' 3.
Shamanthadeva [sa]Samanthadeva 3.
Shabaripa [sa]Sabaripa 3.
Shakyamitra [sa]Sakyamitra 7'= 3.
Shakyashribhadra [sa]Sakyasrbhadra 7 3.
Shantarakshita [sa]Santaraksita =( 3.
Shantideva [sa]Santideva 3.
Shabs drun sbru lun pa
[bo]Shabs drun sbru
lun pa
3.
Shang bkra shis rdo rje
[bo]Shang bkra shis
rdo rje
` 3.
Shankarasvamin [sa]Sankarasvamin 3.
Shang g-yu brag pa
[bo]Shang g-yu brag
pa
' 3.
Shan-dao
[zh]Shan-dao; Shan-
tao
3.
Seonsu [ko]Seonsu; Snsu f 3.
Shan-yue
[zh]Shan-yue; Shan-
yeh
{ ) 3.
Seoljam [ko]Seoljam; Sljam ; 3.
Seongu [ko]Seongu; Sngu , 3.
Seongchong
[ko]Seongchong;
Sngch'ong
,] |] 3.

Se ra rje btsun pa chos kyi
rgyal mtshan

[bo]Se ra rje btsun pa
chos kyi rgyal mtshan
7

3.
Shih-tsung; Shi-zong
[zh]Shi-zong; Shih-
tsung
3.

Se sPyil bu pa chos kyi
rgyal mtshan

[bo]Se sPyil bu pa
chos kyi rgyal mtshan
7 3.
Shes rab seng ge [bo]Shes rab seng ge \ 3.
Songtsen Gampo
[bo]Srong btsan sgam
po
3.

bSod nams rgya mtsho
dpal bzang po

[bo]bSod nams rgya
mtsho dpal bzang po
~ 77 "

3

3.
bSod nams rtse mo
[bo]bSod nams rtse
mo
~ 5 3.

Zur chung shes rab grags
pa

[bo]Zur chung shes
rab grags pa
' 3.
Subhuti [pi]Subhuti 3.
Sundo [ko]Sundo; Sundo [ 3.
Sunji [ko]Sunji; Sunji [~ 3.
Suddhodana, Shuddhodana
[pi]Suddhodana, [sa]
Suddhodana
', ' 3.
Shikshananda [sa]Siksananda =, ; 3[ 3.
Shiladharma [sa]Sladharma
, `

)% 3.
Shilabhadra [sa]Slabhadra )) 3.
Shrilata [sa]Srlata 3.
Shrimitra [sa]Srmitra '= )] 3.
Shubhakarasimha [sa]Subhakarasimha =[ = 3.
Spiegel, Friendrich von
[de]Spiegel,
Friendrich von
3.
shuddhodana [sa]suddhodana ' {3 3.
Skandhila [sa]Skandhila 3.
Smrtijnanakirti [sa]Smrtijanakrti 7' 3.
Sthiramati [sa]Sthiramati ?] 3.
Seungrang
[ko]Seungrang;
Sngnang
(D 3.
Seng-min
[zh]Seng-min; Sng-
min
( 3.
Seng-bian
[zh]Seng-bian; Sng-
pien
(+ 3.
Seng-rui [zh]Seng-rui; Sng-jui ({ 3.
Seng-you
[zh]Seng-you; Sng-
yu
( 3.
Seng-rou
[zh]Seng-rou; Sng-
jou
( 3.
Seungjang
[ko]Seungjang;
Sngjang
] 3.
Seng-quan
[zh]Seng-quan; Sng-
ch'an
; ] 3.
Seungjeon
[ko]Seungjeon;
Sngjn
; ( 3.
Seng-chou
[zh]Seng-chou; Sng-
ch'ou
( 3.
Seng-zhao
[zh]Seng-zhao; Sng-
chao
( 3.
Seng-can
[zh]Seng-can; Sng-
ts'an
] ( 3.
Seng-bi [zh]Seng-bi; Sng-pi (| 3.
Seunghyeong
[ko]Seunghyeong;
Snghyng
3.
Sitapani [sa]Stapani ` 3.
Si tu chos kyi nyin byed
[bo]Si tu chos kyi nyin
byed
` 7 3.
Sinmin [ko]Sinmin; Sinmin 3.
Sinbang [ko]Sinbang; Sinbang |[ 3.
Shen-xiu
[zh]Shen-xiu; Shn-
hsiu
|[ 3.
Sinjo [ko]Sinjo; Sinjo || 3.
Sinhaeng
[ko]Sinhaeng;
Sinhaeng
, ) 3.
Xin-xing
[zh]Xin-xing; Hsien-
hsing
, |) 3.
Shen-hui
[zh]Shen-hui; Shn-
hui
7 | 3.
Simsang [ko]Simsang; Simsang 3.
Subhadra [sa]Subhadra / [pa]
Subhadda
, 3.
nanda [pi]nanda , [[, [ 3.
nandagarbha [sa]nandagarbha 3.
Anuruddha [pi]Anuruddha 3.
Ado [ko]Ado; Ado [ 3.
Advayavajra [sa]Advayavajra ^ 3.
Atikuta [sa]Atiku a , [ 3.
Atisha [sa]Atisa 3.
Aaryadeva [sa]Aaryadeva , 3.

Ames byang chub 'byung
gnas

[bo]Ames byang chub
'byung gnas
H ' 3.
Abhayakaragupta [sa]Abhayakaragupta ^ 3.
Asanga [sa]Asanga = 3.
Asangavajra [sa]Asangavajra 3.
Ashoka [sa]Asoka i = 3.
Ashvaghosha [sa]Asvaghosa 7[ 3.
Ajatasattu [pi]Ajatasattu 3.
Ajita kesakambalin
[pi]Ajita
kesakambalin
" 3.
A khu sTon pa [bo]A khu sTon pa 3.
Ngag dbang rnam rgyal
[bo]Ngag dbang rnam
rgyal
' 3.

Ngag dbang blo bzang
rgya mtsho

[bo]Ngag dbang blo
bzang rgya mtsho
' 77

5

3.
An-shi-gao
[zh]An-shi-gao; An-
shih-kao
? 3.
Ambapali [sa]Ambapal 3.
B.R.Ambedkar B.R.Ambedkar H 3.
g-Ya' bzang chos rje
[bo]g-Ya' bzang chos
rje
^ 7 3.
Yashodhara [sa]yasodhara ^i` ^ |[ 3.
Yashomitra [sa]Yasomitra ^i'= 3.

g-Yag phrug sangs rgyas
dpal

[bo]g-Yag phrug
sangs rgyas dpal
= " 3.
Liang-jie
[zh]Liang-jie; Liang-
chieh
3.
Yeongi [ko]Yeongi; Ynki 7 (| 3.
Yan-shou
[zh]Yan-shou; Yen-
shou
3.
Ling-you [zh]Ling-you; Ling-yu 3.
Ye shes 'od [bo]Ye shes 'od \ = 3.
Ye shes mtsho rgyal
[bo]Ye shes mtsho
rgyal
\ 7 3.
O rgyan gling pa [bo]O rgyan gling pa 3.

Ngor chen dkon mchog
lhun grub

[bo]Ngor chen dkon
mchog lhun grub
3.

Ngor chen kun dga' bzang
po

[bo]Ngor chen kun
dga' bzang po
3.
Ojin [ko]Ojin; Ojin ]y 3.
rNgog mdo sde [bo]rNgog mdo sde = 3.
rNgog legs pa'i shes rab
[bo]rNgog legs pa'i
shes rab
= =" \ 3.
rNgog blo ldan shes rab
[bo]rNgog blo ldan
shes rab
= \ 3.
rNgog ston chos rdor
[bo]rNgog ston chos
rdor
= 7 3.
Vasumitra [sa]Vasumitra '= 7 3.
Vasubandhu [sa]Vasubandhu |, |
,

3.
Vaidehi [sa]Vaideh Z|( -= 3.
Vajrabodhi [sa]Vajrabodhi ' [ 3.
dBang phyug rdo rje
[bo]dBang phyug rdo
rje
= 3.
dNgos grub rgyal mtshan
[bo]dNgos grub rgyal
mtshan
= 3.

Yon tan rgya mtsho dpal
bzang po

[bo]Yon tan rgya
mtsho dpal bzang po
77 " 3.
Yose [ko]Yose; Yose ' 3.
Yao-xing
[zh]Yao-xing; Yao-
hsing
' ; 3.
Yongseong
[ko]Yongseong;
Yong-sng
, J; 3.
Yongun [ko]Yongun; Yongun J 3.
U rgyan pa rin chen dpal
[bo]U rgyan pa rin
chen dpal
" 3.

Udayana; king of
Kaushanbii and a patron of
Buddhism, the
[sa]udayana ^', ; ]=3 3.
Yu-dao-sui
[zh]Yu-dao-sui; Y-
tao-sui
3.
Upali [sa]upali , ],* 3.
Wongwang; Wongwang
[ko]Wongwang;
Wongwang
j 3.
Wonch'k; Woncheuk
[ko]Woncheuk;
Wonch'k
= 3.
Wnhyo; Wonhyo [ko]Wonhyo; Wnhyo. ; 3.
Vinitadeva [sa]Vintadeva - 3.
Vimalakirti [sa]Vimalakrti
-,

[, [3 3.
Vimalaksha [sa]Vimalaksa -=, "[ 3.
Yu mo mi bskyod rdo rje
[bo]Yu mo mi bskyod
rdo rje
5 ' 3.
Uisang [ko]Uisang; isang = ,J 3.
Uisun [ko]Uisun; isun = ] 3.
Uisim [ko]Uisim; isim = ,H 3.
Uiyeon [ko]Uiyeon; iyn = ,} 3.
Uijeok [ko]Uijeok; ichk =^ ,| 3.
Yi-ji [zh]Yi-ji; I-chi =^ ,| 3.
Yi-jing [zh]Yi-jing; I-ching = , 3.
Uicheon [ko]Uicheon; ich'n = , 3.
Uitong [ko]Uitong; it'ong ={ , 3.
Yieom [ko]Yieom; Yim ]3 3.
Yichadon
[ko]Yichadon;
Yich'adon
' 3| 3.
Li-tong-xuan
[zh]Li-tong-xuan; Li-
t'ung-hsan
{ 3 3.
Indrabhuti [sa]Indrabhuti 3.
Ilyeon [ko]Ilyeon; Ilyn , 3.
Yi-xing [zh]Yi-xing; I-hsing , ) 3.
Zi-xuan
[zh]Zi-xuan; Ts-
hsan
3.
Jajang [ko]Jajang; Chajang J 3.
Jalandharapada [sa]Jalandharapada 3.
'Jam dpal rgya mtsho
[bo]'Jam dpal rgya
mtsho
" 77 3.

'Jam dbyangs dga' ba'i glo
gros

[bo]'Jam dbyangs dga'
ba'i glo gros
' = 3.

'Jam dbyangs legs pa chos
'byor

[bo]'Jam dbyangs legs
pa chos 'byor
= 7 3.

Jam dbyangs bshad pa
ngag dbang brtson 'grus

[bo]'Jam dbyangs
bshad pa ngag dbang
brtson 'grus
\ ' 3.

'Jam dbyangs chos rje bkra
shis dpal ldan

[bo]'Jam dbyangs chos
rje bkra shis dpal ldan
7 `" 3.

'Jam dbyangs mkhen
brtse'i dbang po

[bo]'Jam dbyangs
mkhen brtse'i dbang
po
3.
Bya yul ba gzhon nu 'od
[bo]Bya yul ba gzhon
nu 'od
- = 3.

Bya 'chad kha ba ye shes
rdo rje

[bo]Bya 'chad kha ba
ye shes rdo rje
7 \ 3.

Byams chen rab 'byung pa
sangs rgyas 'phrel

[bo]Byams chen rab
'byung pa sangs rgyas
'phrel
H 3.

Byams chen chos rje
Shakya ye shes

[bo]Byams chen chos
rje Sakya ye shes
7 7 \ 3.
Byang chub rgyal mtshan
[bo]Byang chub rgyal
mtshan
3.
Byang chub 'dre bkol
[bo]Byang chub 'dre
bkol
3.
Byang chub 'od [bo]Byang chub 'od = 3.
Jing-ye
[zh]Jing-ye; Ching-
yieh
7 3.
Zong-mi
[zh]Zong-mi; Tsung-
mi
3.
Zong-shen
[zh]Cong-shen;
Ts'ung-shn
| 3.

rDzong chung pa sngag
'chang gzungs kyi dpal bat

[bo]rDzong chung pa
sngag 'chang gzungs
kyi dpal ba
' "

3.
Zhu-hong
[zh]Zhu-hong; Chu-
hung
7 3.
Zhou-yong
[zh]Zhou-yong; Chou-
yung
(] 3.
Zhu-zi-xing
[zh]Zhu-zi-xing; Chu-
ts-hsing
, ) 3.
Jigyeom
[ko]Jigyeom;
Chikym
[ 3.
Zhi-ju [zh]Zhi-ju; Chih-ch + 3.
Jinul [ko]Jinul; Chinul 7$ 3.
Zhi-dun [zh]Zhi-dun; Chih-tun 5 3.
Zhi-lou-jia-chan
[zh]Zhi-lou-jia-chen;
Chi-lou-chia-ch'n
5@ 3.
Zhi-lin [zh]Zhi-lin; Chih-lin w 3.
Jimyeong
[ko]Jimyeong;
Chimyng
3.
Zhi-sheng
[zh]Zhi-sheng; Chih-
shng
3.
Jian [ko]Jian; Chian [? 3.
Zhi-yan [zh]Zhi-yan; Chih-yen [ 3.
Jieom [ko]Jieom; Chim y 3.
Zhi-yan [zh]Zhi-yan; Chih-yen 3 3.
Zhi-yan [zh]Zhi-yan; Chih-yen 3 3.
Jivaka [pi]Jvaka 3.
Zhi-yuan
[zh]Zhi-yuan; Chih-
yan
3.
Zhi-yue
[zh]Zhi-yue; Chih-
yeh
{ [ 3.
Zhi-wei [zh]Zhi-wei; Chih-wei - F 3.
Jiui [ko]Jiui; Chii = , 3.
Zhi-yi [zh]Zhi-yi; Chih-i = 3.
Jijang [ko]Jijang; Chichang 3.
Zhi-zang
[zh]Zhi-zang; Chih-
tsang
3.
Zhi-zheng
[zh]Zhi-zheng; Chih-
chng
3.
Zhi-ti [zh]Zhi-ti; Chih-t'i 7 3.
Zhi-tuo [zh]Zhi-tuo; Chih-t'uo ] 3.
Jitong [ko]Jitong; Chit'ong { 3.
Zhi-tong
[zh]Zhi-tong; Chih-
t'ung
{ 3.
Zhi-xuan
[zh]Zhi-xuan; Chih-
hsan
3 3.
Jihye [ko]Jihye; Chihye 7 3.
Zhi-hui-lun
[zh]Zhi-hui-lun; Chih-
hui-lun
] 3.
Jinjineung
[ko]Jinjineung;
Chinchinng
q 3.
Jinpyo [ko]Jinpyo; Chinpyo J y? 3.
Jinha [ko]Jinha; Chinha 3.
Cheng-guan
[zh]Cheng-guan;
Ch'ng-kuan
] 3.
Jingeom
[ko]Jingeom;
Chingm
3 3.
Candragupta [sa]Candragupta 3.
Candrakirti [sa]Candrakrti ){ { 3.
gTsang pa Dung khur ba
[bo]gTsang pa Dung
khur ba
3.

gTsang pa rin po che rdo
rje mi bskyod

[bo]gTsang pa rin po
che rdo rje mi bskyod
'

3.

sPyan snga pa tshul khrims
'bur

[bo]sPyan snga pa
tshul khrims 'bur
3.
Tsongkhapa
[bo]Tsong kha pa blo
bzang grags pa
7 "
7
'

3.
Cunda [sa]Cunda , ([ 3.
Cinta [sa]Cinta 3.

Tshar chen blo gsal rgya
mtsho

[bo]Tshar chen blo
gsal rgya mtsho
77 3.
Zan-ning
[zh]Zan-ning; Tsan-
ning
] 3.
Can-you [zh]Can-you; Ts'an-yu ] w 3.

Tshang dbyangs rgya
mtsho

[bo]Tshang dbyangs
rgya mtsho
77

6

3.
Cheoneung
[ko]Cheoneung;
Ch'nng
} 3.
Cheoyeong
[ko]Cheoyeong;
Ch'yng
}, 3.
Tian-xi-zai
[zh]Tian-xi-zai; T'ien-
hsi-tsai
{, 3.
Cheonyeong
[ko]Cheonyeong;
Ch'nyng
, 3.
Cheonin [ko]Cheonin; Ch'nin 2 3.
Chonchaek
[ko]Chonchaek;
Ch'nch'aek
3.
Chewon [ko]Chewon; Ch'ewon ; 3.
Chejing
[ko]Chejing;
Ch'eching
3.
Chu-wang-ying
[zh]Chu-wang-ying;
Ch'u-wang-ying
7 3, 3.
Chos sku 'od zer [bo]Chos sku 'od zer 7 = 3.
Chos kyi dbang phyug
[bo]Chos kyi dbang
phyug
7 = 3.
Zui-ne [zh]Zui-ne; Tsui-n 7 $ 3.

Chos rje gtsang pa rgya las
pa

[bo]Chos rje gtsang pa
rgya las pa
7 7 3.
Cudapanthaka [sa]Cudapanthaka
,
=
]=, (])
, (][
3.
Zhu-dao-qian
[zh]Chu-tao-ch'ien;
Zhu-dao-qian
= 3.
Zhu-fa-chong
[zh]Zhu-fa-chong;
Chu-fa-ch'ung
= ,= 3.
Zhu-fa-ya
[zh]Zhu-fa-ya; Chu-
fa-ya
= ,1 3.
Zhu-fa-yi
[zh]Zhu-fa-yi; Chu-fa-
i
== ,, 3.
Zhu-fa-tai
[zh]Zhu-fa-tai; Chu-
fa-t'ai
= ,, 3.
Zhu-fo-nian
[zh]Zhu-fo-nian; Chu-
fo-nien
= f 3.
Zhu-fo-shuo
[zh]Zhu-fo-shuo; Chu-
fo-shuo
=` f) 3.
Zhu-seng-du
[zh]Zhu-seng-du;
Chu-sng-tu
= (" 3.
Chunggam
[ko]Chunggam;
Ch'unggam
' 3.
Chungji
[ko]Chungji;
Ch'ungchi
' 3.
Ze-tian-wu-hou
[zh]Ze-tian-wu-hou;
Ts-t'ien-wu-hou
= l+) 3.
Shinran [ja]Shinran |\ 3.
Kha rag sgom chung
[bo]Kha rag sgom
chung
7= 3.

K'ang-yu-wei; Kang-you-
wei

[zh]Kang-you-wei;
K'ang-yu-wei
]| {() 3.

mKhas grub dge legs dpal
bzang po

[bo]mKhas grub dge
legs dpal bzang po
= " 3.

mKhas btsun gzhon nu
grub

[bo]mKhas btsun
gzhon nu grub
3.
Kukai [ja]Kukai + 3.
Khyung po rnal 'byor
[bo]Khyung po rnal
'byor
' 3.
Tai-xu [zh]Tai-xu; T'ai-hs ( @ 3.
Tanmun [ko]Tanmun; T'anmun ; 3.
Tanyeon [ko]Tanyeon; T'anyn ; , 3.
Thang stong rgyal pa
[bo]Thang stong rgyal
pa
3.
Thang stong rgyal po
[bo]Thang stong rgyal
po
3.

T'ang-yong-t'ung; Tang-
yong-tong

[zh] Tang-yong-tong;
T'ang-yong-t'ung
,j 3.
Tai-wu-di
[zh]Tai-wu-di; T'ai-
wu-ti
+ 3.

Khro phu lo tsa ba tshul
khrims shes rab byams pa
dpal

[bo]Khro phu lo tsa ba
tshul khrims shes rab
byams pa dpal
\
"
3.
Khrom bsher chen po
[bo]Khrom bsher chen
po
\ 3.
Thon mi SambhoTa
[bo]Thon mi
Sambho a
' 3.

Thu ston kung dga' rnam
rgyal

[bo]Thu ston kung
dga' rnam rgyal
] 3.
Thub bstan rgya mtsho
[bo]Thub bstan rgya
mtsho
77 ]|

13

3.
Khri lde srong btsan
[bo]Khri lde srong
btsan
;{1 3.
Khri lde gtsug brtsan
[bo]Khri lde gtsug
brtsan
= ;{|+ 3.
Khri srong lde btsan
[bo]Khri srong lde
btsan
;1{ 3.
Khri gtsug lde btsan
[bo]Khri gtsug lde
btsan
= ;|{ 3.

Pha rgod kun dga' bzangs
po

[bo]Pha rgod kun dga'
bzangs po
3.

Phag mo gru pa rdo rje
rgyal po

[bo]Phag mo gru pa
rdo rje rgyal po
=5 3.
phags-pa [bo]'phags-pa =
3.
]8|

Phags pa blo gros rgyal
mtshan

[bo]'Phags pa blo gros
rgyal mtshan
= = 3.

Phu chung ba gzhon nu
rgyal mtshan

[bo]Phu chung ba
gzhon nu rgyal mtshan
3.
Feng-guo
[zh]Feng-guo; Fng-
kuo
= 3.
Harshavardhana [sa]Harsavardhana ' 3.
Harivarman [sa]Harivarman 3.
Hakdeok [ko]Hakdeok; Haktk = { 3.
Han-shan-zi
[zh]Han-shan-zi; Han-
shan-ts
}
=
)
3.
Hanam [ko]Hanam; Hanam ,[ 3.
Heng-jing
[zh]Heng-jing; Hng-
ching
} t 3.
Xing-si [zh]Xing-si; Hsing-ss, ) 3.
Xuan-su
[zh]Xuan-su; Hsan-
su
3= 3.
Xuan-yan
[zh]Xuan-yan; Hsan-
yen
3y 3.
Xuan-zang
[zh]Xuan-zang;
Hsan-tsang
3 3.
Hui-ke [zh]Hui-ke; Hui-k' ] 3.
Hyegong
[ko]Hyegong;
Hyekong
7 3.
Hyegwan
[ko]Hyegwan;
Hyekwan
] 3.
Hui-guang
[zh]Hui-guang; Hui-
kuang
]j 3.
Hui-jiao
[zh]Hui-jiao; Hui-
chiao
] 3.
Hyegeun [ko]Hyegeun; Hyekn ] 3.
Hui-ji [zh]Hui-ji; Hui-chi 7 ] 3.
Hui-neng
[zh]Hui-neng; Hui-
nng
] 3.
Hui-lang
[zh]Hui-lang; Hui-
lang
]D 3.
Hyeryang
[ko]Hyeryang;
Hyeryang
7, 3.
Hyeryun
[ko]Hyeryun;
Hyeryun
7 3.
Hui-lin [zh]Hui-lin; Hui-lin ]w 3.
Hui-ming
[zh]Hui-ming; Hui-
ming
] 3.
Hui-wen [zh]Hui-wen; Hui-wn ] 3.
Hyemi [ko]Hyemi; Hyemi ' ]/ 3.
Hui-si [zh]Hui-si; Hui-ss ] 3.
Hui-zhao
[zh]Hui-zhao; Hui-
chao
] 3.
Hyeso [ko]Hyeso; Hyeso ] 3.
Hyeso [ko]Hyeso; Hyeso 7= 3.
Hui-chong
[zh] Hui-chong; Hui-
ch'ung
]= 3.
Hyesim [ko]Hyesim; Hyesim ]H 3.
Hyeam [ko]Hyeam; Hyeam ] 3.
Hui-ying
[zh]Hui-ying; Hui-
ying
], 3.
Hyeyeong
[ko]Hyeyeong;
Hyeyng
7 3.
Hui-yong
[zh]Hui-yong; Hui-
yung
] 3.
Hui-yuan
[zh]Hui-yuan; Hui-
Yan
]{ 3.
Hui-yuan
[zh]Hui-yuan; Hui-
Yan
] 3.
Hyewol [ko]Hyewol; Hyewl { ]) 3.
Hui-wei [zh]Hui-wei; Hui-wei - ]F 3.
Hyeja [ko]Hyeja; Hyeja 7J 3.
Hui-jing
[zh]Hui-jing; Hui-
ching
] 3.
Hui-jing
[zh]Hui-jing; Hui-
ching
][ 3.
Hyejo [ko]Hyejo; Hyecho ]| 3.
Hui-chi [zh]Hui-chi; Hui-ch'ih ]| 3.
Hui-ci [zh]Hui-ci; Hui-ts' ] 3.
Hyechan
[ko]Hyechan;
Hyech'an
] ] 3.
Hui-zhe [zh]Hui-zhe; Hui-ch ] 3.
Hyecheol
[ko]Hyecheol;
Hyech'l
7 3.
Hyecho [ko]Hyecho; Hyecho 7 ]| 3.
Hyechong
[ko]Hyechong;
Hyech'ong
] 7] 3.
Hui-zhong
[zh]Hui-zhong; Hui-
chung
], 3.
Hyetong
[ko]Hyetong;
Hyet'ong
{ 7 3.
Hyepyeon
[ko]Hyepyeon;
Hyepyn
7f 3.
Hui-bu [zh]Hui-bu; Hui-pu ] 3.
Hyehyeon
[ko]Hyehyeon;
Hyehyn
] 3.
Hui-xuan
[zh]Hui-xuan; Hui-
hsan
] 3.
Hui-xiu [zh]Hui-xiu; Hui-hsiu { ] 3.
Hu-shi [zh]Hu-shi; Hu-shih ^ \ 3.
Hongu [ko]Hongu; Honku [ 3.
Honsu [ko]Honsu; Honsu f 3.
Honwon [ko]Honwon; Honwon ; 3.
Honggi [ko]Honggi; Honggi 7 3.
Hongseo [ko]Hongseo; Hongs ^ ( 3.
Hong-ren
[zh]Hong-ren; Hung-
jn
T( 3.
Hong-yi [zh]Hong-yi; Hung-i T 3.
Hong-zun
[zh]Hong-zun; Hung-
tsun
3.
Hong-zan
[zh]Hong-zan; Hung-
tsan
] T 3.
Hongcheok
[ko]Hongcheok;
Hongch'k
` } 3.
Huan-di [zh]Huan-di; Huan-ti 3.
Huai-su [zh]Huai-su; Huai-su 7 @= 3.
Huai-rang
[zh]Huai-rang; Huai-
jang
7 @ 3.
Huai-hai [zh]Huai-hai; Huai-hai7 @+ 3.
Hyoseong
[ko]Hyoseong;
Hyosng
., 3.
Hyujeong
[ko]Hyujeong;
Hyuchng
{ [ 3.
Huirang [ko]Huirang; Hirang = (D 3.
Huieon [ko]Huieon; Hin = 3.
Xi-yun [zh]Xi-yun; Hsi-yn = ( 3.
Hinber, Oskar von
[de]Hinber, Oskar
von
3.
Orville, Albert Orville, Albert A. = 3.
Wayman, Alex [en]Wayman, Alex A. | 3.
Cunningham, A. Cunningham, A. A. 3.
Kunst, Arnold Kunst, Arnold A. 3.
Keith, A. B. [en]Keith, A. B. A. B. 7` 3.
Warder, A. K. [en]Warder, A. K. A. K. 3.
Law, B. C. Law, B. C. B. C. 3.
Lindtner, Chistran [de]Lindtner, Chistran C. 3.
Bendal, Cecil Bendal, Cecil C. 3.
Oetke, C. [de]Oetke, C. C. | 3.
Cox, Collett [en]Cox, Collett C. = 3.
Rhys-Davids, Mrs C.A.F.
[en]Rhys-Davids, Mrs
C.A.F.
C. A. F.

3.
Hamilton, C. H. Hamilton, C. H. C. H. 3.
Ward, C. H. S. Ward, C. H. S. C. H. S. 3.
George, Christopher S.
[en]George,
Christopher S.
C. S. 3.
Donnet, D. Donnet, D. D. ' 3.
Lopez, Donald [en]Lopez, Donald D. 3.
Shulman, David [de]Shulman, David D. 3.
Ingalls, Daniel, H. H.
[en]Ingalls, Daniel, H.
H.
D. H. H. , D.
H. H.
3.
Ruegg, David S. [en]Ruegg, David S. D. S. 3.
Lamotte, Etienne [fr]Lamotte, Etienne E. 3.
Burnouf, E. [fr]Burnouf, E. E. ' 3.
Steinkellner, E. [de]Steinkellner, E. E. 3.
Obermiller, E. [de]Obermiller, E. E. 3.
Wolff, E. Wolff, E. E. 3.
Conze, E. [en]Conze, E. E. 3.
Frauwallner, E. [en]Frauwallner, E. E. 3.
Franco, Eli [en]Franco, Eli E. 3.
Huber, Edourad Huber, Edourad E. { 3.
Burtt, E. A. Burtt, E. A. E. A. 3.
Johnston, E.H. [en]Johnston, E.H. E. H. 3.
Thomas, E. J. [en]Thomas, E. J. E. J. 3.
Geiger, W. [de]Geiger, W. F. 3.
Weller, Friedrich [de]Weller, Friedrich F. 3.
Schwaz, Frank [de]Schwaz, Frank F. 3.
Edgerton, F. [en]Edgerton, F. F. 9 3.
Dreyfus, Georges [en]Dreyfus, Georges G. = 3.
Oberhammer, G. [de]Oberhammer, G. G. F 3.
Tucci, G. [it]Tucci, G. G. 3.
Guenther, Herbert [de]Guenther, Herbert H. = 3.
Jacobi, Hermann [de]Jacobi, Hermann H. ^ 3.
Oldenberg, Herman
[de]Oldenberg,
Herman
H. H 3.
Zimmermann, Heinz
[de]Zimmermann,
Heinz
H. F 3.
Kern, H. [en]Kern, H. H. 3.
Babbitt, Irving Babbitt, Irving . H, . ' 3.
Horner, I. B. [en]Horner, I. B. . B. 3.
Marshall, John Marshall, John J. 3.
Brough, J. Brough, J. J. ' 3.
Silk, Jonathan [en]Silk, Jonathan J. ; 3.
Staal, J. F. [en]Staal, J. F. J. F. 3.
Potter, Karl H. [en]Potter, Karl H. K. H. = 3.
Norman, K.R. [en]Norman, K.R. K. P. 3.
Gomez, Luis [en]Gomez, Luis L. H 3.
Cousins, Lance [en]Cousins, Lance L. 7 3.
Lancaster, L.R. [en]Lancaster, L.R. L. P. 7= 3.
Schott, M. Schott, M. M. 3.
Siderits, Mark [en]Siderits, Mark M. `7 3.
Eckel, Malcolm David
[en]Eckel, Malcolm
David
M. D. 3.
Dutt, M. N. [en]Dutt, M. N. M. N. 3.
Much, M. T. [de]Much, M. T. M. T. : 3.
Rosenberg, Otto [ru]Rosenberg, Otto O. 3.
Dahlke, Paul [fr]Dahlke, Paul P. 3.
Jackson, Peter [en]Jackson, Peter P. ^ 3.
Harrison, Paul [en]Harrison, Paul P. 3.
Broucke, Pol Vanden
[de]Broucke, Pol
Vanden
P. v. = 3.
Gombrich, R. [en]Gombrich, R. P. ' 3.
Gnoli, R. [it]Gnoli, R. P. 3.
Buswell, Robert [en]Buswell, Robert P. } 3.
Salomon, Richard [en]Salomon, Richard P. 3.
Thurman, Robert [en]Thurman, Robert P. ' 3.
Krizer, Robert [en]Krizer, Robert P. 3.
Hayes, Richard [en]Hayes, Richard P. 3.
Robinson, R.H. [en]Robinson, R.H. P. H. 3.
Franke, R. Otto Franke, R. Otto P. O. 3.
Levi, Sylvain [fr]Levi, Sylvain S. = 3.
Beal, Samuel Beal, Samuel S. 3.
Anacker, S. [en]Anacker, S. S. 97 3.
Rhys-Davids, T.W.
[en]Rhys-Davids,
T.W.
T. W.

3.
Stcherbatsky, Th. [ru]Stcherbatsky, Th. Th. 77 3.
Gemmell, William Gemmell, William W. } 3.
Baruch, Willy Baruch, Willy W. 3.
Halbfass, W. [en]Halbfass, W. W. 3.
Macgovern, W. M.
[en]Macgovern, W.
M.
W. M. 3.
superimposition [sa]adhyasa = j 4.

theory that the universe is
an illusory appearance of
Brahman, the
[sa]vivartavada ; 4.
sense organ [sa]indriya 7 =) 4.

individual self as distinct
from the supreme self, the
[sa]jvatman ;| 4.
effect [sa]karya T } 4.
conjunction [sa]samyoga } 4.
suffering [sa]duhkha 4.
austerity [sa]tapas , ) 4.
space, ether [sa]akasa 4.
merit [sa]punya = ){ 4.
indeterminable [sa]anirvacanya , 4.
locus [sa]asraya 1
=
')
4.
memory [sa]smrti 7 ] 4.
inherence [sa]samavaya ' l 4.
indwelling self, the [sa]antaryamin ' l( 4.
salvation [sa]nirvana ', j , 4.
self-realization [sa]kaivalya = Y{ 4.
means of cognition, the [sa]pramana 4.

doctrine of advaitin which
advocates that everything
except brahman is illusory,
the
[sa]mayavada ^; ;y ; 4.
steadfast meditation [sa]nididhyasana[9] P* 4.
steadfast meditation [sa]upasana P* 4.
name and form [sa]nama-rupa ^ 4.
individual self [sa]jva |
,,

4.
non-existence [sa]abhava = 4.
devoid of qualities [sa]nirguna =, =| 4.
non-sentient matter [sa]acit = =]|

4.

unseen agency that
rewards and punishes merit
and demerit, an
[sa]apurva ; =] 4.
ignorance [sa]ajana =7 4.
ignorance [sa]avidya =7 4.
non-apprehension [sa]anupalabdhi =7

{
)
4.

principle of primeval
matter in the sankhya, the
[sa]prakrti ;^ |]w j 4.
unmanifested [sa]avyakta ' [ 4.
prima facie view, the [sa]purvapaksa { ]

=
4.
means [sa]upaya ,f 4.
category [sa]padartha ]#
=,
=,
4.
body of law, the [sa]dharmakaya , 4.
modification [sa]vikara + 4.
enlightenment [sa]bodhi ', | ) 4.
generality [sa]samanya 4.
generic character [sa]jati ^ =, w | 4.
wealth [sa]artha P 4.
adjunct [sa]upadhi |)| 4.
anger [sa]krodha (; 4.
fire [sa]agni 9 4.

unseen potency caused by
the performance of deeds
[sa]adrs a } 4.
immortal [sa]amrta 7 4.
non-dualism [sa]advaita . 4.
comparison [sa]upamana | 4.
unorthodox [sa]nastika { 7)} 4.
non-being, non-existence [sa]asat 7{l 4.
non-violence [sa]ahimsa 7^ 4.
wisdom; understanding [sa]praja 7, ^ = 4.
logical reflection [sa]manana 4.
fallacy relating to hetu [sa]hetvabhasa "2 4.
mutual non-existence [sa]anyonyabhava |T{ 4.
form of an object [sa]rupa ^ 4.

liberation of an individual
while one is still embodied
[sa]jvanmukti , P] 4.
glorificatory statement [sa]arthavada ^= T, 4.
contemplation, meditation [sa]dhyana , 4.
revealed scripture [sa]agama ,; = 4.
guality [sa]guna ,; |] 4.

that which causes
phenomena appearance
[sa]samvrti = 4.
object of cognition, the [sa]prameya 4.
pure consciousness [sa]cit (] 4.
teacher; preceptor [sa]guru ) 4.
time [sa]kala ` [ 4.
devotion to god [sa]bhakti 9 4.
substance [sa]dravya ; 3 4.
mental disposition [sa]samskara ^ , w |7 4.
egotism [sa]ahamkara || 4.
extreme self pride [sa]abhimana ||
,
=

4.

evil resulting from the
performance of prohibited
deeds
[sa]adharma ' ] 4.
mode [sa]prakara 4.
dependent origination [sa]prattyasamutpada 7 (| 4.
subtle elements [sa]tanmatra h 4.
aggregates [sa]skandha 4.
element [sa]bhuuta ' = 4.
desire [sa]iccha = s 4.
desire, love [sa]kama = s 4.
cause [sa]karana j2 4.
atom [sa]anu j 4.
sport [sa]lla = 4.
transmigration [sa]samsara 7 | 4.
grace [sa]prasada ] )) 4.
mind [sa]manas = 1 4.
moral duty [sa]dharma = ,] 4.
presumption [sa]arthapatti = , 4.
doubt [sa]samsaya == ) 4.
final liberation [sa]videha-mukti \P] 4.
dual [sa]dvaita .; 4.
reason [sa]hetu 2 4.
human goal [sa]purusartha =^ /[|w 4.
stages of life [sa]asrama ,7 /L 4.

theory of causality
advocating that effects
does not exist in the cause,
the
[sa]asatkaryavada T{ 2= 4.

theory of causality which
believes that the effect
exists in the cause in a
potential form, the
[sa]satkaryavada T{ 2( 4.
experience [sa]anubhava j7 4.
empirical usage [sa]vyavahara ^ Tw |\ 4.

absolute self-surrender to
God
[sa]prapatti 77 l| 4.
self-luminous [sa]svayam-prakasa , l| 4.
nature of an object, the [sa]svabhava ,, =, l| ; 4.
self, the [sa]atman l| 4.
self-government [sa]svaraj l, 4.
false. [sa]mithya ] 4.
knowledge by recognition [sa]pratyabhija fj] 4.
substantial transformation [sa]parinama ; = 4.

theory that the absolute
transforms itself into the
universe, the
[sa]parinama-vada ;; = 4.
absolute, the [sa]paramartha ; |Y 4.
absolute non-existence [sa]atyantabhava ; |Y{ 4.

final truth of an argument,
final view
[sa]siddhanta ; , 4.
orthodox [sa]astika { )} 4.
religious sacrifice [sa]yaja } 4.
doctrine that 'it can be', the [sa]syadvada = (f, 4.
existence [sa]sat {l , ( 4.

god; supreme self as the
inner controller of all
beings, the
[sa]svara =| 4.
testimony [sa]sabda , 7 4.
hatred [sa]dvesa , ] 4.
witness [sa]saksin , / 4.
perception [sa]pratyaksa 7 4.
bliss [sa]ananda = | =j 4.
part of a whole, the [sa]avayava 5; 4.
intellect [sa]buddhi , 7| 4.
knowledge [sa]jana 7] 4.
truth [sa]satya y 4.
material cause [sa]upadana-karana ; ]*2 4.
difference-cum-identity [sa]bhedabheda { )) 4.

revealed scripture, the
Vedas including the
Upanishads
[sa]sruti ,; = 4.
philosophy [sa]darsana }) 4.
act of hearing [sa]sravana |[ 4.
supernatural power [sa]aisvarya 7 |l, 4.
supreme self [sa]paramatman 7 | 4.
supreme self, the [sa]purusottama 7 | 4.
inference [sa]anumana { | 4.
desire [sa]raga , 4.

liberation of the soul from
bondage
[sa]moksa P] 4.
happiness [sa]sukha ,= | 4.
action, movement [sa]karma ,- ))
,

4.
activity [sa]kriya ,- )) 4.
breath [sa]prana H" 4.
illusion [sa]moha = 4.
incarnation of god [sa]avatara = 4.

cosmic principle which
gives rise to world-illusion
[sa]maya ;y 4.
Gaya [sa]Gaya ^ ], ; 5.
Gangoji [ja]Gangoji ; 5.
Gandhara [sa]Gandhara [, [y
5.
Ganges [sa]Ganga ] 5.
Geonbongsa [ko]Geonbongsa;
Knbong-sa
(
5.
Kenninji [ja]Kenninji ' 5.
Koryu-ji [ja]Koryu-ji ( | 5.
Koyasan-kongobuji
[ja]Koyasan-
kongobuji
^ [[ 5.
Kofukuji [ja]Kofukuji | 5.
Kyo-o-gokokuji [ja]Kyo-o-gokokuji 3 5.
Grdhrakuta hill [sa]Grdhrakuta
,

{, 5.
Anathapindika garden
[sa]anatha-pinda-
dasyaranah[10]
= +"Y 5.
Kinkaku-ji [ja]Kinkaku-ji 7 [
5.
Kapilavastu [sa]Kapilavastu ;, ;


5.
Kashi [sa]Kasi ( ), )
5.
Kashmira [sa]Kasmra (' )}5, }/
5.
Kaushambi [sa]Kausamb / [pa]
Kosamb
, ;/, ;/,
/

5.
Kalinga [sa]Kalinga )|] 5.
Kamboja [sa]Kamboja ), ] 5.
Koshala [sa]Kosala |[ 5.
Kushinagara [sa]kusinagara (' /)] 5.
kuccha [r 5.
Nalanda [sa]Nalanda ' ([, ([
5.
Nairanjana river, the [sa]nairajana '' } 5.
Nan-shan [zh]Nan-shan; Nan-
shan
J
5.
Nishihonganji [ja]Nishihonganji ` / 5.
Niu-jue-shan [zh]Niu-jue-shan;
Niu-cheh-shan
9 )
5.
Niu-tou-shan [zh]Niu-tou-shan;
Niu-t'ou-shan
= )
5.
Daikaku-ji [ja]Daikaku-ji 7
5.
Daeheungsa [ko]Daeheungsa;
Taehngsa

5.
Toganoo-kozanji [ja]Toganoo-kozanji 5.
Todai-ji [ja]Todai-ji 5.
To-ji [ja]To-ji 5.
Donghwasa [ko]Donghwasa;
Tonghwa-sa
= "
5.
Dun-huang [zh]Dun-huang; Tun-
huang
}, [
5.
Taksashila [sa]Taksasla , {),
{)

5.
Rajagrha [sa]rajagrha , , 3; 5.
Lumbini [sa]lumbin |} 5.
Rsipatana Mrgadava [sa]Rsipatana
Mrgadava
('
, =^

5.
Magadha [sa]Magadha )|, [][, [
][

5.
Magoksa [ko]Magoksa; Magok-
sa
=
5.
Madhura [sa]Madhura
|;, [], [
)

5.
Madhyadesha [sa]Madhyadesa ^ , ,
|

5.
Mahabodhi-sangharama [sa]Mahabodhi-
sangharama
' [j|
5.
Mahavihara [sa]Mahavihara - , [j|j
5.
Myoshinji [ja]Myoshinji E 5.
Minobusan-kuonji [ja]Minobusan-kuonji ' 5.
Baekyangsa [ko]Baekyangsa;
Paegyang-sa

5.
Beomeosa [ko]Beomeosa; Pm-
sa
))
5.
Beopjusa [ko]Beopjusa;
Ppchu-sa
,|
5.
Bao-lin-si
[zh]Bao-lin-si; Pao-
lin-ss
| 5.
Bongseonsa [ko]Bongseonsa;
Pongsnsa
(
5.
Bong-eunsa [ko]Bong-eunsa;
Pong'nsa
)
5.
Buddhagaya [sa]Buddhagaya ^ f[] 5.
Pataliputra [sa]pa aliputra = }];, "I; 5.
Pataliputra [sa]Pa aliputra = }, "I;
5.
Pancala [sa]pacala 5.
Pancala [sa]Pacala 5.
Purvavideha [sa]Purvavideha - f,|, f,|j
5.
Shao-lin-si [zh]Shao-lin-si; Shao-
lien-ss
` 0|
5.
Saptaparnaguha [sa]Saptaparnaguha ' T)
5.
Seonamsa [ko]Seonamsa;
Snam-sa
[
5.
Seongbulsa [ko]Seongbulsa;
Sngbul-sa
, )f
5.
Shravasti [sa]sravast , -, ; 5.
Shitenno-ji [ja]Shitenno-ji ` L3
5.
Sindhu [sa]Sindhu ", = , =
5.
Sanchi [sa]Sanchi 5.
Ayodhya [sa]Ayodhya '^ [), [)[
5.
Ajanta [sa]Ajanta 5.
Ansho-ji [ja]Anshoji i ? 5.
Amravana [sa]mravana '
5.
Anga [sa]nga ] 5.
Eiheiji [ja]Eiheiji 9 5.
Enkakuji [ja]Enkakuji 7 | 5.
Ellora [sa]Ellora 5.
Onjoji [ja]Onjoji ; 5.
Varanasi [sa]varanas '` };, })) 5.
Vaishali [sa]Vaisal |\, |\
5.
Yongju-sa [ko]Yongju-sa;
Yongju-sa
JH
5.
Wu-tai-shan [zh]Wu-tai-shan; Wu- ;,
t'ai-shan
5.

mountain which is famous
as a center for Shugendo, a
= ) 5.
Woljeongsa [ko]Woljeongsa;
Woljng-sa
{ )|
5.
Venuvana-vihara [sa]Venuvana-vihara |' ]||
5.
Yujeomsa [ko]Yujeomsa;
Yujm-sa
|#
5.
Eunhaesa [ko]Eunhaesa; nhae-
sa
|+
5.
Iidaka-ji [ja]Iidaka-ji 7 { 5.
Jeondeungsa [ko]Jeondeungsa;
Chndngsa
;
5.
Jetavana Anathapindada-
arama
[sa]Jetavana
Anathapindada-arama
' '

", |,
t+"Y

5.
China = |, |+, |, 5
, ), [+, y
+, y, ],

5.
Campa [sa]Campa } 5.
Choyorakuji [ja]Choyorakuji 7' [ 5.
Chionin [ja]Chionin 7)| 5.
Qing-liang-shan [zh]Qing-liang-shan;
Ch'ing-liang-shan
,,
5.
Kun-lun [zh]Kun-lun , 5.
Tongdosa [ko]Tongdosa;
T'ongdo-sa
{ "
5.
Fa-long-si [zh]Fa-long-si; Fa-
long-ss
` ,
5.
Hase-dera [ja]Hase-dera [ 5.
Heian-jo [ja]Heian-jo ?; 5.
Horyuji [ja]Horyuji ( , 5.
Hongan-ji [ja]Hongan-ji / 5.
Honryu-ji [ja]Honryu-ji ( 5.
Hua-shan [zh]Hua-shan; Hua-
shan
= "
5.
Hu-nan [zh]Hu-nan; Hu-nan ,J
5.
Higasihonganji [ja]Higasi honganji ` / 5.
Hiei-zan [ja]Hiei-zan 9 { 5.
Heizan-enryakuji [ja]Hieizan-enryakuji 9 { 5.