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๐“›๐“”๐“ข๐“ข๐“ž๐“ 4140 Tue 2 Nov 2021 Do Good Purify Mind - Path to Eternal Bliss 1. Today to save Democracy Freedom, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity all fraud EVMs must and should be replaced by BALLOT PAPERS. Buddha Mystery GIF - Buddha Mystery Abstract GIFs Dying Hungry And Thirsty GIF - Dying Hungry And Thirsty GIFs 2. Hunger is the worst kind of illness said the Buddha. Grow Broccoli Sesame Street Magic GIF by Sรฉsamo Bell Pepper Dance Dance Move Sticker - Dance Dance Move Pepper Stickers Cucumber Dance Dancing GIF by Woodblock Carrots ๐Ÿฅ• Beans in pots. Three Peas Peas In A Pod GIF - Three Peas Peas In A Pod Pea Pod GIFs Sujata fed Buddha to overcome hunger Ashoka planted fruit bearing trees all over his Mauryan Empire. Mayawati wants to establish that Mauryan Empire. https://consciousnourishment.org/…/6-raw-foodists-over…/ Conscious Nourishment Swimming Kraul GIF - Swimming Kraul Swimming Tutorial GIFs Practice Mindful Meditative Swimming ๐ŸŠ 3. Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered โ€œMain Bharat Baudhmay karunga.โ€ (I will make this country Buddhist) All Aboriginal Awakened Societies Thunder โ€ Hum Prapanch Prabuddha Prapanchmay karunge.โ€ We will make the whole world Prabuddha Prapanch Universe. 4. live upto 150 years for the price of coffee Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD)15 Grams at $62.00 which plays a role in generating energy in the human body available โ€˜for the price of a coffee a dayโ€™ a Stunning anti-ageing breakthrough could see humans live to 150 years and regenerate organ.New process has been found by Harvard Professor David Sinclair and researchers from the University of New South Wales, involving cell reprogramming. According to the University of Singapore survey/review based on 131 countries. From June 18, world will be 100% free and happy from December 8th. Their predictions about Italy and Spain fit exactly. 5. Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated It is like a blind man searching for a black cat in a dark room which is not there. WORLD WILL BE FREE FROM HOAX - STRENGTHENING THE TRUST FOR BEST OF HEALTH -SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY SURVEY
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๐“›๐“”๐“ข๐“ข๐“ž๐“ 4140 Tue 2 Nov 2021









Do Good Purify Mind - Path to Eternal Bliss

1.
Today to save Democracy Freedom, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity all
fraud EVMs must and should be replaced by BALLOT PAPERS.


Buddha Mystery GIF - Buddha Mystery Abstract GIFs
Dying Hungry And Thirsty GIF - Dying Hungry And Thirsty GIFs
2. Hunger is the worst kind of illness said the Buddha.

Grow Broccoli Sesame Street Magic GIF by Sรฉsamo Bell Pepper Dance Dance Move Sticker - Dance Dance Move Pepper Stickers Cucumber Dance Dancing GIF by Woodblock Carrots ๐Ÿฅ• Beans in pots.
Three Peas Peas In A Pod GIF - Three Peas Peas In A Pod Pea Pod GIFs
Sujata fed Buddha to overcome hunger

Ashoka planted fruit bearing trees all over his Mauryan Empire.

Mayawati wants to establish that Mauryan Empire.


Swimming Kraul GIF - Swimming Kraul Swimming Tutorial GIFs
Practice Mindful Meditative Swimming

๐ŸŠ

3. Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered โ€œMain Bharat Baudhmay karunga.โ€ (I will make this country Buddhist)

All Aboriginal Awakened Societies Thunder โ€ Hum Prapanch Prabuddha
Prapanchmay karunge.โ€ We will make the whole world Prabuddha Prapanch Universe.

4. live upto 150 years for the price of coffee







Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD)15
Grams at $62.00 which plays a role in generating energy in the human
body available โ€˜for the price of a coffee a dayโ€™ a Stunning anti-ageing
breakthrough could see humans live to 150
years and regenerate organ.New process has been
found by Harvard Professor David Sinclair and researchers from the
University of New South Wales, involving cell reprogramming.




According
to the University of Singapore survey/review based on 131 countries.
From June 18, world will be 100% free and happy from December 8th. Their
predictions about Italy and Spain fit exactly.

5. Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever
Perpetrated  It is like a blind man searching for a black cat in a dark
room which is not there.

WORLD WILL BE FREE FROM HOAX - STRENGTHENING THE TRUST FOR BEST OF HEALTH -SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY SURVEY


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56) Classical Kazakh-ะšะปะฐััะธะบะฐะปั‹า› า›ะฐะทะฐา›,
ะขะตะณั–ะฝ า›าฑัั‚ะฐั€ ๐Ÿฆ… Vegan ๐ŸŒฑ ะฐา› าฏะน ๐Ÿ 

ะ–ะฐา›ัั‹ ั‚ะฐะทะฐั€ั‚ั‹าฃั‹ะท - ะผำ™าฃะณั–ะปั–ะบะบะต ะฐั€ะฝะฐะปา“ะฐะฝ ะถะพะป

ะัˆั‚ั‹า› - ะฑาฑะป ะฐัƒั€ัƒะดั‹าฃ ะตาฃ ะถะฐะผะฐะฝ ั‚าฏั€ั– - ะ‘ัƒะดะดะฐ
Broccoli ๐Ÿฅฆ Bell Pevpers๐Ÿซ‘ า›ะธัั€ั‹ ๐Ÿฅ’ ัำ™ะฑั–ะท ๐Ÿฅ’ ัำ™ะฑั–ะท ๐Ÿฅ• ะšำ™ัั‚ั€ำฉะปะดะตั€ะดะตะณั– ะฑาฑั€ัˆะฐา›ั‚ะฐั€

ะ‘ะฐะนะปะฐะฝั‹ัั‹ะฝั‹าฃ
ะฐะปั‚ั‹ ัะฐะปะฐัั‹, ะ‘ั…ะธะบะบะบ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹ ะฑะฐา›ั‹ะปะฐะฝะฐั‚ั‹ะฝ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹ า›ะพั€า“ะฐะปา“ะฐะฝ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹
า›ะพั€า“ะฐะปา“ะฐะฝ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹ าฑัั‚ะฐะปา“ะฐะฝ, ำ™ะป-ะฐัƒา›ะฐั‚ ำ™ะบะตะปั–าฃั–ะท. าšะฐะนัั‹ัั‹?

ะ‘ัƒะดะดะฐะฝั‹าฃ Sn 35.94-ั‚ะตะณั– ัำฉะทะดะตั€ั– (IV 69)
Adantagutta Sutta
- ะฑะฐา›ั‹ะปะฐะฝะฑะฐะนั‚ั‹ะฝ ะถำ™ะฝะต า›าฑะปัˆั‹ะฝั‹ััั‹ะท - ะบะปะฐััะธะบะฐะปั‹า› า›ะฐะทะฐา›-ะบะปะฐััะธะบะฐะปั‹า› า›ะฐะทะฐา›

ะšำฉะท,
า›าฑะปะฐา›, ะผาฑั€ั‹ะฝ, ั‚ั–ะป, ะดะตะฝะต, ะฑำฉั€ั–ะบ, ะ‘ั…ะธะบะบ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹ ะฑะฐัา›ะฐั€ั‹ะปะฐะดั‹, ะถะฐา›ัั‹
า›ะพั€า“ะฐะปา“ะฐะฝ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹ า›ะพั€า“ะฐะปา“ะฐะฝ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹ า›ะพั€า“ะฐะปะฐั‚ั‹ะฝ, ะถะฐา›ัั‹ าฑัั‚ะฐะปา“ะฐะฝ, ะฐะผะฐะฝะดั‹า›
ำ™ะบะตะปะตะดั–.



57) Classical Khmer- แžแŸ’แž˜แŸ‚แžšแž”แžปแžšแžถแžŽ,

แž”แž€แŸ’แžŸแžธแžŠแŸ„แž™แžฅแžแž‚แžทแžแžแŸ’แž›แŸƒ๐Ÿฆ… vegan ๐ŸŒฑแž•แŸ’แž‘แŸ‡แžŸ๐Ÿ 
แž’แŸ’แžœแžพแž”แžถแž“แž›แŸ’แžขแž”แŸ’แžšแž‘แžถแž“แž…แžทแžแŸ’แžแž›แŸ’แžข - แž•แŸ’แž›แžผแžœแž‘แŸ…แž€แžถแž“แŸ‹แž—แžถแž–แžขแžŸแŸ‹แž€แž›แŸ’แž”แž‡แžถแž“แžทแž…แŸ’แž…
แž—แžถแž–แžขแžแŸ‹แžƒแŸ’แž›แžถแž“แž‚แžบแž‡แžถแž”แŸ’แžšแž—แŸแž‘แžŠแŸแžขแžถแž€แŸ’แžšแž€แŸ‹แž”แŸ†แž•แžปแžแžšแž”แžŸแŸ‹แžขแŸ’แž“แž€แžŠแŸ‚แž›แž”แžถแž“แž“แžทแž™แžถแž™แžแžถแž–แŸ’แžšแŸ‡แž–แžปแž‘แŸ’แž’
แžŠแžถแŸ†แž•แŸ’แž€แžถแžแžถแžแŸ‹แžŽแžถแžแŸ€แžœ๐Ÿฅฆแž€แŸ„แž„แž˜แŸ’แž‘แŸแžŸแžแŸ’แžšแžŸแž€แŸ‹๐Ÿฅ’แž€แžถแžšแŸ‰แžปแž๐Ÿฅ•แžŸแžŽแŸ’แžแŸ‚แž€แž“แŸ…แž•แžพแž„
แž€แžถแžšแž‘แžถแž€แŸ‹แž‘แž„แž‘แžถแŸ†แž„แž”แŸ’แžšแžถแŸ†แž˜แžฝแž™แž“แŸƒแž€แžถแžšแž‘แŸ†แž“แžถแž€แŸ‹แž‘แŸ†แž“แž„แž‘แžถแŸ†แž„แž”แŸ’แžšแžถแŸ†แž˜แžฝแž™แž“แŸแŸ‡แž‚แžบแž›แŸ„แž€
Bhikkhus
แžŠแŸ‚แž›แžแŸ’แžšแžผแžœแž”แžถแž“แž‚แŸ’แžšแž”แŸ‹แž‚แŸ’แžšแž„แž™แŸ‰แžถแž„แž›แŸ’แžขแžŠแŸ‚แž›แžแŸ’แžšแžผแžœแž”แžถแž“แž€แžถแžšแž–แžถแžšแž™แŸ‰แžถแž„แž›แŸ’แžขแž€แžถแžšแž–แžถแžšแž”แžถแž“แž›แŸ’แžขแž€แžถแžšแž–แžถแžšแž”แžถแž“แž›แŸ’แžขแžขแžถแž…แž“แžถแŸ†แž˜แž€แž“แžผแžœแžŸแžปแžแžปแž˜แžถแž›แž—แžถแž–แŸ”
แž˜แžฝแž™แžŽแžถแž”แŸ’แžšแžถแŸ†แž˜แžฝแž™?
แž–แžถแž€แŸ’แž™แž•แŸ’แž‘แžถแž›แŸ‹แžแŸ’แž›แžฝแž“แžšแž”แžŸแŸ‹แž–แŸ’แžšแŸ‡แž–แžปแž‘แŸ’แž’แž€แŸ’แž“แžปแž„ SN 35.94 (S IV 69)
Adantagutta sutta
- แž”แžผแžแžผแž”แŸ‹แžŠแŸ‚แž›แž˜แžทแž“แž˜แžถแž“แž€แžถแžšแžแŸ’แžšแžฝแžแž–แžทแž“แžทแžแŸ’แž™แž“แžทแž„แž‚แŸ’แž˜แžถแž“แž€แžถแžšแžแŸ’แžšแžฝแžแž–แžทแž“แžทแžแŸ’แž™
แž—แŸ’แž“แŸ‚แž€แžแŸ’แžšแž…แŸ€แž€แž…แŸ’แžšแž˜แžปแŸ‡แž…แŸ’แžšแž˜แžปแŸ‡แžŠแŸ‚แž›แžšแžถแž„แž€แžถแž™แž‡แžถแž•แŸ’แž“แŸ‚แž€แž‘แŸ†แž“แžถแž€แŸ‹แž‘แŸ†แž“แž„ Bhikkhus แžŠแŸ‚แž›แžแŸ’แžšแžผแžœแž”แžถแž“แž‚แŸ’แžšแž”แŸ‹แž‚แŸ’แžšแž„แž™แŸ‰แžถแž„แž›แŸ’แžขแž€แžถแžšแž–แžถแžšแž”แžถแž“แž›แŸ’แžขแž€แžถแžšแž–แžถแžšแž”แžถแž“แž›แŸ’แžขแŸ”
แžขแž“แžปแž—แžถแž–แžšแž”แžŸแŸ‹แž–แŸ’แžšแŸ‡แž–แžปแž‘แŸ’แž’ Buth savong keatha แžขแž‚แŸ’แž‚แž”แžŽแŸ’แžŒแžทแž แž”แŸŠแžปแž แžŸแžถแžœแž„แŸ’แžŸ
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58) Classical Kinyarwanda

Inzara nubu bwoko bubi bwindwara yavuze buddha
Gukura broccoli ๐Ÿฅฆ Bell Peppers๐Ÿซ‘ Cucumber ๐Ÿฅ’ karoti ๐Ÿฅ• ibishyimbo mumasafuriya

Izi
nzego esheshatu zo kuvugana, Bhikkhus, ziyobowe neza, zirinzwe neza,
zirindwa neza, zabujijwe neza, zizana imibereho myiza. Niyihe batandatu?

Amagambo bwite ya Buda muri SN 35.94 (s iv 69)
Adantฤgutta Sutta
- kugenzurwa kandi bitagurishijwe -crossical Kinyarwanda


Ijisho, ugutwi, izuru, ururimi, umubiri nkurwego rwabahuye, Bhikkhus, ugenzurwa neza, urinzwe neza, uzarindwa neza, bizana neza.








59) Classical Korean-๊ณ ์ „ ํ•œ๊ตญ์–ด,



๋ฌด๋ฃŒ ์ƒˆ๋“ค
์ข‹์€ ์ •ํ™” - ์˜์›ํ•œ bliss์˜ ๊ฒฝ๋กœ๋ฅผ ์ •ํ™”ํ•˜์‹ญ์‹œ์˜ค
๊ตถ์ฃผ๋ฆผ์€ ์ตœ์•…์˜ ์ข…๋ฅ˜์˜ ์งˆ๋ณ‘์ด ๋ถ€์ฒ˜๋‹˜์ด๋ผ๊ณ  ๋งํ•ฉ๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
๋ธŒ๋กœ์ฝœ๋ฆฌ๋ฅผ ์ž๋ผ โ™ซ ํ”ผ๋ง ๐Ÿซ‘ ์˜ค์ด ๐Ÿฅ’ ๋‹น๊ทผ ๋ƒ„๋น„์— ์ฝฉ ์ฝฉ
์ด 6 ๊ฐœ์˜ ์ ‘์ด‰, BHIKKHUS, ์ž˜ ํ†ต์ œ๋˜๊ณ  ์ž˜ ๋ณดํ˜ธ๋˜๊ณ  ์ž˜ ๋ณดํ˜ธ๋˜๊ณ , ์ž˜ ์–ต์ œ๋˜๊ณ , ์ž˜ ์ง€๋‚ด์‹ญ์‹œ์˜ค. ์–ด๋Š 6?
SN 35.94 (SIV 69)์˜ ๋ถ€์ฒ˜๋‹˜์˜ ๋‹จ์–ด
Adantฤgutta Sutta.
- ํ†ต์ œ๋˜์ง€ ์•Š๊ณ  unguarded-classical ํ•œ๊ตญ์–ด ๊ณ ์ „ ํ•œ๊ตญ์–ด
๋ˆˆ, ๊ท€, ์ฝ”, ํ˜€, ์‹ ์ฒด ์ ‘์ด‰์˜ ์˜์—ญ, BHIKKHUS, ์ž˜ ํ†ต์ œ๋˜๊ณ  ์ž˜ ๋ณดํ˜ธ ๋ฐ›๊ณ  ์ž˜ ๋ณดํ˜ธ๋ฐ›์ง€ ๋ชปํ–ˆ์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ์›ฐ๋น™์„ ๊ฐ€์ ธ์˜ต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
๋ถ“๋‹ค์˜ ์„ฑ๋ถˆ์— ์–ฝํžŒ ํ˜ธํก์˜ ๋น„๋ฐ€!
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ํ˜ธํก์€ ๋“ค์ˆจ๊ณผ ๋‚ ์ˆจ์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์œผ๋กœ ๋˜์–ด ์žˆ์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
ํ˜ธํก์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์€ ์ƒ์กด์„ ์œ„ํ•œ ๊ฒƒ์ธ๋ฐ, ์ด๋Š” ๊ณง ์ƒ๊ฐ์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์—๋„ ์ง๊ฒฐํ•ฉ๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
์ƒ๊ฐ์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์„ ๊นจ๊ธฐ ์œ„ํ•ด์„œ๋Š” ๊ทธ ๋ณด๊ธ‰๋กœ์ธ ํ˜ธํก์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์„ ๊นจ์•ผ ํ•˜๋Š”๋ฐ, ์ด๊ฑด ๋ถˆ๊ฐ€๋Šฅํ•ฉ๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ์™œ๋ƒํ•˜๋ฉด ์ฃฝ์–ด์•ผ๋งŒ ํ˜ธํก์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์ด ๊นจ์ง€๊ธฐ ๋•Œ๋ฌธ์ž…๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ๊ทธ๋ž˜์„œ ๊ธฐ๊ป ํ•œ๋‹ค๋Š” ๊ฒƒ์ด ํ˜ธํก์„ ๊ฐ€๋ผ์•‰ํ˜€ ๊ทธ ๋Œ€์นญ์„ฑ์„ ์•ฝํ™”์‹œํ‚ค๋Š” ๊ฒƒ์ž…๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
๋ฐ”๋กœ โ€˜๊นŠ์€ ํ˜ธํกโ€™์ด๋‚˜ โ€˜๋ณต์‹ ํ˜ธํกโ€™์œผ๋กœ ์•Œ๋ ค์ง„ ์กฐ์‹(่ชฟๆฏ)์ž…๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ์กฐ์‹์€ ์„ ๋„๋‚˜ ๋ถˆ๋„๋ฅผ ํ†ตํ‹€์–ด ๋ชจ๋“  ํ˜ธํก์˜ ๊ทผ๊ฐ„์ด ๋ฉ๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
๋ฌผ๋ก  ์„ ๋„์—์„  ๋ณต์‹ ํ˜ธํก์— ๋‹จ์ „(ไธน็”ฐ)๊ณผ ์šด๊ธฐ์ฃผ์ฒœ(้‹ๆฐฃๅ‘จๅคฉ)์˜ ๋‹จ๊ณ„๋ฅผ ๋งŒ๋“ค์—ˆ๊ณ , ํžŒ๋‘๊ต์—์„œ๋Š” โ€˜์ฐจํฌ๋ผ(chakra)โ€™๋ผ๋Š” ์—๋„ˆ์ง€ ํ†ต๋กœ๋ฅผ ๊ฐœ์„คํ•ด ํ˜ธํก์˜ ์‘์šฉ์„ ๋ฉ‹์ง€๊ฒŒ ์Šนํ™”ํ•˜๊ณ  ์žˆ์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
ํ•˜์ง€๋งŒ ๊ทธ๋Ÿฐ ๋…ธ๋ ฅ์—๋„ ํ˜ธํก์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์„ฑ์€ ์—ฌ์ „ํžˆ ์ˆ˜๊ทธ๋Ÿฌ๋“ค์ง€ ์•Š์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
๊ทธ๋ ‡๋‹ค๋ฉด ์‹ฏ๋‹ค๋ฅดํƒ€์˜ ํ˜ธํก์€ ๋ฌด์—‡์ด ๋‹ฌ๋ž์„๊นŒ?
์‹ฏ๋‹ค๋ฅดํƒ€๋Š” ์ง€๊ธˆ๊ป ์•Œ๋ ค์ ธ ์žˆ๋Š” ๋ถˆ๊ฐ€์˜ โ€˜็ฆชํ˜ธํกโ€™,
์„ ๋„์˜ โ€˜๋‹จ์ „ํ˜ธํกโ€™, ํžŒ๋‘๊ต์˜ โ€˜์ฐจํฌ๋ผํ˜ธํกโ€™๊ณผ ๊ฒฐ์ด ๋‹ฌ๋ž์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
์‹ฏ๋‹ค๋ฅดํƒ€์˜ ํ˜ธํก ์—ญ์‹œ ๋Œ€์นญ์„ ๊นจ์ง€๋Š” ๋ชปํ–ˆ์ง€๋งŒ ๊ทธ๊ฒƒ์„ ์กฐํ™”(่ชฟๅ’Œ)๋กœ ๋ฐ”๊พผ ํŠน์ƒ‰์ด ์žˆ์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ์ƒ์กด์„ ์œ„ํ•œ ๋Œ€์นญ์ด ์ฐฝ์กฐ๋ฅผ ์œ„ํ•œ ์กฐํ™”๋กœ ๋ฐ”๋€ ํ˜ธํก์ธ ๊ฒƒ์ด์ง€์š”.
์ด๋Ÿฐ ์ด์œ ๋กœ ์‹œ์‹œ๊ฐ๊ฐ ์ผ์–ด๋‚˜๋Š” ๋ถ„๋ณ„์ด ์ฐฝ์กฐ๋ฅผ ์œ„ํ•œ ๋„๊ตฌ๊ฐ€ ๋˜๋ฉด์„œ ๋ฒˆ๋‡Œ๋ง์ƒ์˜ ๊ตฌ์กฐ๋„ ๋ฐ”๋€๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
์ƒ๊ฐ์ด๋ผ๋Š” ์ ์„ ๋ฌด์ฐ”๋Ÿฌ ์—†์• ๋Š” ๊ฒƒ์ด ์•„๋‹ˆ๋ผ,
์ƒ๊ฐ์„ ์ ์ด ์•„๋‹Œ ์•„๊ตฐ์œผ๋กœ ๋™ํ™”์‹œํ‚ค๋Š” ๊ฒƒ, ์ด๊ฒƒ์ด ์‹ฏ๋‹ค๋ฅดํƒ€์˜ ํ˜ธํก์ธ ์กฐํ™”์‹(้ณฅๅ’Œๆฏ)์ž…๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
์ด๋Ÿฐ ์กฐํ™”์‹(้ณฅๅ’Œๆฏ)์ด ์‹ฏ๋‹ค๋ฅดํƒ€์˜ ์˜์‹์— ๊ฒฐํ•ฉํ•ด ์ž‘์ง€๋งŒ ๊ฒฐ์ฝ” ์ž‘์ง€ ์•Š์€ ํž˜์„ ๋ณดํƒœ๊ฒŒ ๋ฉ๋‹ˆ๋‹ค.
๊ทธ๋ ‡๋‹ค๋ฉด ์ด์ œ๋ถ€ํ„ฐ ๊ณผ๊ฑฐ๋กœ ๋Œ์•„๊ฐ€์„œ ์‹ฏ๋‹ค๋ฅดํƒ€์˜ ํ˜ธํก์„ ๋ฉด๋ฐ€ํžˆ ์‚ดํŽด๋ด…์‹œ๋‹ค.
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#ํ˜ธํก๋ฒ• #์ˆ˜ํ–‰ #์ฐจํฌ๋ผ #๋ณต์‹ํ˜ธํก #๋‹จ์ „ํ˜ธํกํ˜ธํก์€ ๋“ค์ˆจ๊ณผ ๋‚ ์ˆจ์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์œผ๋กœ ๋˜์–ด ์žˆ์Šต๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ํ˜ธํก์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์€ ์ƒ์กด์„ ์œ„ํ•œ ๊ฒƒ์ธ๋ฐ,
์ด๋Š” ๊ณง ์ƒ๊ฐ์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์—๋„ ์ง๊ฒฐํ•ฉ๋‹ˆ๋‹ค. ์ƒ๊ฐ์˜ ๋Œ€์นญ์„ ๊นจ๊ธฐ ์œ„ํ•ด์„œ๋Š” ๊ทธ ๋ณด๊ธ‰๋กœ์ธ ํ˜ธํก์˜ …..


60) Classical Kurdish (Kurmanji)-Kurdรฎ (Kurmancรฎ),

Teyran belaลŸ ๐Ÿฆ… Vegan ๐ŸŒฑ Home White
Mind xweลŸ bikin - riya bextewariya herheyรฎ
Birรงรฎbรปn celebรช herรฎ xirab a nexweลŸiyรช got Buddha
Brokoli ๐Ÿฅฆ Bell Peppers๐Ÿซ‘ Cucumber ๐Ÿฅ’ Carrots ๐Ÿฅ• Beans In Pots
Van
ลŸeลŸ deverรชn tรชkiliyรช, Bhikkhus, baลŸ tรช kontrolkirin, baลŸ parastin, baลŸ
parastin, baลŸ parastin, baลŸbรปn รป baลŸbรปnรช bรฎnin. Kรฎjan ลŸeลŸ?
Gotinรชn xwe yรชn Buddha li SN 35.94 (S IV 69)
Adantฤgutta Sutta
- Kurmancรฎ ya bรชserรปber รป nefretkirรฎ (kurmancรฎ) -kurdรฎ (kurmancรฎ)
Eyeav,
guh, poz, laลŸ, laลŸ wekรฎ qadek tรชkiliyรช, Bhikkhus, baลŸ tรช kontrol kirin,
baลŸ parastin, baลŸ, baลŸ, baลŸ parastin, baลŸ sรฎnordar, baลŸbรปnรช tรฎne.
Bhante Punnaji - A gradual process of awakening - anupubba patipada
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61) Classical Kyrgyz-ะšะปะฐััะธะบะฐะปั‹ะบ ะšั‹ั€ะณั‹ะท,
ะะบั‹ัั‹ะท Birds ๐Ÿฆ… Vegan ๐ŸŒฑ White Home ๐Ÿ 

ะ–ะฐะบัˆั‹ ั‚ะฐะทะฐะปะฐาฃั‹ะท - ั‚าฏะฑำฉะปาฏะบ ะฑะฐะบั‚ั‹ะปัƒัƒะปัƒะบะบะฐ ะถะพะป

ะั‡ะบะฐั‡ั‹ะปั‹ะบั‚ั‹ะฝ ัาฃ ะถะฐะผะฐะฝ ั‚าฏั€าฏ - ะฑัƒะป ะ‘ัƒะดะดะฐ
Broccoli ๐Ÿฅฆ Bell Peppers๐Ÿซ‘ ะฑะฐะดั‹ั€ะฐาฃ ะฑะฐะดั‹ั€ะฐาฃ ๐Ÿฅ’ ัะฐะฑะธะท ๐Ÿฅ• ะบะฐะทะฐะฝะดะฐะณั‹ ะฑัƒัƒั€ั‡ะฐะบ

ะ‘ะธั…ะธะบั…ัƒัั‚ัƒะฝ
ะฑัƒะป ะฐะปั‚ั‹ ั‡ำฉะนั€ำฉัาฏ, ะ‘ั…ะธะบั…ัƒั ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะฑะฐัˆะบะฐั€ั‹ะปะณะฐะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบะฐะนั‚ะฐั€ั‹ะปะณะฐะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹
ะบะพั€ะณะพะปะณะพะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบะพั€ะณะพะปะณะพะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ัะฐะบั‚ะฐะปะณะฐะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบำฉาฃาฏะป ะฑัƒั€ัƒะปะณะฐะฝ. ะะปั‚ั‹
ะบะธะผ?

ะ‘ัƒะดะดะฐะฝั‹ะฝ ำฉะท ัำฉะทาฏ ะกะฝ 35.94 (S IV 69)
Adantฤgutta Sutta
- ะบะพะฝั‚ั€ะพะปััƒะท ะถะฐะฝะฐ ะบะฐั€ะฐะปะฑะฐะณะฐะฝ -ะบะปะฐะดัั‹ะท ะบั‹ั€ะณั‹ะท-ะบะปะฐััะธะบะฐะปั‹ะบ ะบั‹ั€ะณั‹ะทั‡ะฐ


ะšำฉะท,
ะบัƒะปะฐะบ, ะผัƒั€ัƒะฝ, ั‚ะธะป, ั‚ะธะป ั‚ะธะนะณะตะฝ, ะ‘ะธั…ะธะบั…ัƒั, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบำฉะทำฉะผำฉะปะดำฉะฝะณำฉะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹
ะบะฐะนั‚ะฐั€ั‹ะปะณะฐะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบะพั€ะณะพะปะณะพะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบะพั€ะณะพะปะณะพะฝ, ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบำฉาฃาฏะป ะฑัƒั€ัƒะปะณะฐะฝ,
ะถะฐะบัˆั‹ ะบะพั€ะณะพะปะณะพะฝ.
  • 62) Classical Lao-เบ„เบฅเบฒเบชเบชเบดเบเบฅเบฒเบง,

    Srimala Sutra: All 15 Chapters [English Tathagatagarbha Sutras Audiobook] (1080P)
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    00:00 Ch.1 The Merits of the Tathฤgataโ€™s True Dharma
    06:38 Ch.2 The Ten Ordination Vows
    12:21 Ch.3 The Three Great Vows
    14:03 Ch.4 Acceptance of the True Dharma
    29:58 Ch.5 The One Vehicle
    53:58 Ch.6 The Unlimited Noble Truths
    56:56 Ch.7 The Tathฤgatagarbha
    58:25 Ch.8 The Dharma Body
    1:02:42 Ch.9 The Underlying Truth: The Meaning of Emptiness
    1:04:40 Ch.10 The One Noble Truth
    1:05:53 Ch.11 The One Refuge
    1:06:48 Ch.12 The Contrary Truths
    1:12:07 Ch.13 The Inherently Pure
    1:17:37 Ch.14 The True Sons [and Daughters] of the Tathฤgata
    1:20:36 Ch.15 ลšrฤซmฤlฤ
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    เบ™เบปเบเบซเบผเบดเป‰เบ™เบŸเบฃเบตเบ™เบปเบ๐Ÿฆ… Vegan ๐ŸŒฑเป€เบฎเบทเบญเบ™เบชเบตเบ‚เบฒเบง๐Ÿ 
    เป€เบฎเบฑเบ”เปเบ™เบงเบ„เบดเบ”เบ—เบตเปˆเบ”เบตเบ—เบตเปˆเบชเบธเบ” - เป€เบชเบฑเป‰เบ™เบ—เบฒเบ‡เบชเบนเปˆ Bliss เบ™เบดเบฅเบฑเบ™เบ”เบญเบ™
    เบ„เบงเบฒเบกเบญเบถเบ”เบ•เบดเบเปเบกเปˆเบ™เบ„เบงเบฒเบกเป€เบˆเบฑเบšเบ›เปˆเบงเบเบ—เบตเปˆเบšเปเปˆเบ”เบตเบ—เบตเปˆเบชเบธเบ”เบ‚เบญเบ‡เบžเบฃเบฐเบžเบธเบ”เบ—เบฐเป€เบˆเบปเป‰เบฒ
    เบ›เบนเบ broccoli ๐Ÿฅฆเบฅเบฐเบ„เบฑเบ‡peppers๐Ÿซ‘เปเบ•เบ‡๐Ÿฅ’ carrots ๐Ÿฅ•เบ–เบปเปˆเบงเป€เบซเบผเบทเบญเบ‡เบ–เบปเปˆเบง
    เบเบฒเบ™เบ•เบดเบ”เบ•เปเปˆเบซเบปเบเบขเปˆเบฒเบ‡เบ™เบตเป‰,
    Bhikkhus, เบเปเบฒเบฅเบฑเบ‡เบ„เบงเบšเบ„เบธเบกเป„เบ”เป‰เบ”เบต, เบกเบตเบเบฒเบ™เป€เบเบปเป‰เบฒเบฅเบฐเบงเบฑเบ‡เป€เบ›เบฑเบ™เบขเปˆเบฒเบ‡เบ”เบต,
    เบ›เบปเบเบ›เป‰เบญเบ‡เป€เบ›เบฑเบ™เบขเปˆเบฒเบ‡เบ”เบต, เบ–เบทเบเบ›เบปเบเบ›เป‰เบญเบ‡เป€เบ›เบฑเบ™เบขเปˆเบฒเบ‡เบ”เบต, เปƒเบซเป‰เบกเบตเบ„เบงเบฒเบกเบชเบฐเบšเบฒเบเบ”เบต. เป€เบŠเบดเปˆเบ‡เบซเบปเบ?
    เบžเบฐเบžเบธเบ”เบ—เบฐเป€เบˆเบปเป‰เบฒเบ‚เบญเบ‡เบ•เบปเบ™เป€เบญเบ‡เปƒเบ™ SN 35.94 (s IV 69)
    Adantฤgutta Suttera
    - Laontrolled เปเบฅเบฐ Unguarded-suraardical- เบžเบฒเบชเบฒเบฅเบฒเบง - เบเบฒเบ™เบเบถเบ”เบ„เบนเปˆเบญเบฒเบเบฒเบ”เบฅเบฒเบง
    เบ•เบฒ,
    เบซเบน, เบ”เบฑเบ‡, เบฅเบตเป‰เบ™, เบฎเปˆเบฒเบ‡เบเบฒเบเป€เบ›เบฑเบ™เบ‚เบญเบšเป€เบ‚เบ”เบ‚เบญเบ‡เบเบฒเบ™เบ•เบดเบ”เบ•เปเปˆ, เบเบฒเบ™เบ„เบงเบšเบ„เบธเบกเป„เบ”เป‰เบ”เบต,
    เบ›เป‰เบญเบ‡เบเบฑเบ™เป„เบ”เป‰เบ”เบต, เบ–เบทเบเบ›เบปเบเบ›เป‰เบญเบ‡เป€เบ›เบฑเบ™เบขเปˆเบฒเบ‡เบ”เบต, เป€เบฎเบฑเบ”เปƒเบซเป‰เบชเบฐเบšเบฒเบเบ”เบต, เบกเบตเบ„เบงเบฒเบกเบชเบธเบเบ”เบต.
    Please visit the reciter’s video! ๆญก่ฟŽๅƒ่ง€่ฎ€็ถ“่€…็š„็‰‡ๆฎต!
    Sutra of Queen Srimala
    This is a joint project between acalaacala and Dharmachakra Wheel of the Dharma
    ้€™ๆ˜ฏไธ€ๅ€‹็”ฑๅ…ฉๅ€‹้ ป้“็™ผ่ตท็š„ๅˆไฝœ
    Permission is obtained from BDK to produce this video
    ๆญคๅฝฑ็‰‡็š„ๅˆถไฝœๅทฒ็ถ“็ฒๅพ—BDK็š„ๆŽˆๆฌŠ
    Please visit the English website!
    ๆญก่ฟŽๅƒ่ง€็›ธๆ‡‰็š„่‹ฑ่ชž็ถฒๅ€๏ผ
    Source of this English Sutra
    ่‹ฑ่ชžไฝ›็ถ“ๅ‡บ่™•
    Paul,
    D. and McRae, J. (2004). The Sutra of Queen ลšrฤซmฤlฤ of the Lion’s Roar;
    The Vimalakฤซrti Sutra. Berkeley, Calif.: Numata Center for Buddhist
    Translation and Research. ISBN: 978-1-886439-31-3
    ็™ฝ่ฏไฝ›็ป็ฝ‘ๅ€
    Mahayana Buddhism Sutras (English Audiobook or Videobook) ่‹ฑ่ชžไฝ›็ถ“ (ๆผขๅ‚ณไฝ›็ถ“)
    Theravada Buddhism Suttas (English Audiobook) ่‹ฑ่ชžไฝ›็ถ“ (ๅ—ๅ‚ณไฝ›็ถ“)
    Other Chinese sutras ๅ…ถไป–่ฏ่ชžไฝ›็ถ“
    Click this link to watch other Buddhism animations ๆŒ‰ๆญค้€ฃ็ตๆœ‰ๅ…ถๅฎƒ็š„ไฝ›ๆ•™ๅ‹•็•ซ
    Download the latest version of the video and the portable document format (pdf)
    ๆŒ‰ๆญคไธ‹่ผ‰ๆœ€ๆ–ฐ็š„ๅฝฑ็‰‡ๅ’Œๅฏๆ”œๅผๆ–‡ไปถๆ ผๅผ (pdf)
    Please request by writing your email address in the comment section.
    ๅฆ‚้œ€่ฆ๏ผŒ่ซ‹ๅœจ็•™่จ€ๆ ผไธญ็•™ไธ‹ไฝ ็š„้›ปๅญ้ƒตไปถๅœฐๅ€
    This sutra is available in Chinese.
    Please click this link.
    ่ฏ่ชž็‰ˆๅฏๅพžไปฅไธ‹้€ฃ็ต้€ฒๅ…ฅ
    Please search ่ซ‹็€่ฆฝ: http://www.xianmijingzang.com/
    ๆœฌ็‰‡ๆฎตๆœ‰ๅคง้‡ๆณจ้‡‹, ๆœ‰่ˆˆ่ถฃ็š„ไบบๅฆ‚ๆžœ่ฆ้–ฑ่ฎ€ๅฎƒๅ€‘, ๅฏไปฅๆŠŠ็‰‡ๆฎตๅ…ˆ่กŒๆšซๅœ, ๅ†ไป”็ดฐ้–ฑ่ฎ€
    “Dharmachakra Wheel of the Dharma” channel and other websites
    ๆœฌ้ ป้“็š„ๅ…ถไป–็ถฒ็ซ™
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  • 63) Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin,

    Liberum aves ๐Ÿฆ… vegan ๐ŸŒฑ alba Domus ๐Ÿ 
    Fac bonum purificare mens - iter ad aeternam beatitudinem
    Fames est pessimus genus morbo dicitur Buddha
    Crescere broccoli ๐Ÿฅฆ bell piperit๐Ÿซ‘ cucumis ๐Ÿฅ’ carrots ๐Ÿฅ• fabam in ollis
    Hi
    sex sphaerae contactus, Bhikkhus, cum bene regitur, bene
    custodiebantur, bene protected, bene moderatur, producat bene esse. Quod
    sex?
    Buddha propria verba in sn 35.94 (S III LXIX)
    Adantฤgutta Sutta
    - UnguDarded -classical Latin-Lxii et Unguarded) Latin Latin
    Et
    oculus, auris, nasum, lingua, corpus quasi sphaera contactus, Bhikkhus,
    bene regitur, bene custoditus, bene protected, bene coercuit, bene
    esse.
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  • 64) Classical Latvian-Klasiskฤ latvieลกu valoda,

    Bezmaksas putni ๐Ÿฆ… Vegan ๐ŸŒฑ White Home ๐Ÿ 
    Darฤซt labu attฤซrฤซt prฤtu - ceฤผลก uz mลซลพฤซgo svฤ“tlaimi
    Bads ir sliktฤkais slimฤซbas veids, ko teica Buddha
    Augt brokoฤผi ๐Ÿฅฆ bell peppers๐Ÿซ‘ gurฤทi ๐Ÿฅ’ burkฤni ๐Ÿฅ• pupiล†as podos
    ล ฤซs seลกas saskares, Bhikkhus, labi kontrolฤ“ta, labi apsargฤta, labi aizsargฤta, labi ierobeลพota, labi aizsargฤta. Kas seลกi?
    Budas paลกa vฤrdi SN 35,94 (S IV 69)
    Adantฤgtta Sutta
    - nekontrolฤ“ta un neapsargฤta -Classical latvieลกu-klaลกauka latvieลกu valoda
    Acs,
    auss, deguns, mฤ“le, ฤทermenis kฤ sfฤ“ra kontakta, bhikkhus, labi
    kontrolฤ“ta, labi apsargฤta, labi aizsargฤta, labi ierobeลพota, rada
    labklฤjฤซbu.
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    Kunga Dhondup and is one of the main tantric colleges of the Gelug
    tradition. In Tibet, monks who had completed their geshe studies would
    be invited to join Gyuto or Gyume, another tantric institution, to
    receive a firm grounding in vajrayana practice. Both of these
    monasteries used to be in Lhasa, Tibet, but they have been
    re-established in India. At the time of the Chinese invasion in 1950,
    about 1000 monks were part of the monastery. On 21 March 1959, soon
    after the 14th Dalai Lama had left Lhasa for exile in India, Ramoche was
    a focus of military operations by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.
    “One especially valuable memoir is provided by the Fifth Yulo Rinpoche,
    a monk at Gyuto Upper Tantric College and organizer of defense of
    Ramoche Temple, who says that ‘the Chinese Communists shot Tibetans
    indiscriminately, whether they had taken part in the resistance or not,
    and ambushed and killed many Tibetans who ran to Ngabo’s house for
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    interview that he saw fleeing beggars and children slain near Ramoche
    Temple, a report corroborated in other Tibetan memoirs.”
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    Dalhousie, India, the monastery was established in Tenzing Gang, in
    Arunachal Pradesh, India. The main monastery is now based in Sidhbari,
    near Dharamsala, India. Today, there are nearly 500 monks in the entire
    order. Ramoche Temple in Lhasa was located inside Gyuto Monastery.
    The
    Gyuto monks are known for their tradition of overtone singing, also
    described as “chordal chanting” which is said to have been transmitted
    by their founder. It achieved renown in the West following the release
    of recordings made by David Lewiston in 1974 and in 1986 by Windham Hill
    Records.
    In 1995, a group of Gyuto Monks travelled to the United States and performed during a series of concerts with the Grateful Dead.
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  • 65) Classical Lithuanian-Klasikinฤ— lietuviลณ kalba,
    Public


    Nemokami paukลกฤiai ๐Ÿฆ… vegan ๐ŸŒฑ balta namai ๐Ÿ 
    Gerai iลกvalykite protฤ… - keliฤ… ฤฏ amลพinฤ… palaimฤ…
    Badas yra blogiausia liga sakฤ— Buda
    Augti brokoliai ๐Ÿฅฆ Bell Peppers๐Ÿซ‘ agurkai ๐Ÿฅ’ morkos ๐Ÿฅ• pupelฤ—s puoduose
    ล ios
    ลกeลกios kontaktinฤ—s sritys, Bhikkhus, gerai kontroliuojami, gerai
    apsaugoti, gerai apsaugoti, gerai suvarลพyti, atneลกti gerovฤ™. Kuris ลกeลกi?
    Budos ลพodลพiai SN 35.94 (S IV 69)
    Adantฤgutta Sutta.
    - nekontroliuojama ir nesaugoma - klojama lietuviลณ-klasikinฤ— Lietuviลณ kalba
    Akiลณ,
    ausลณ, nosies, lieลพuvio, kลซno kaip kontakto sfera, Bhikkhus, yra gerai
    kontroliuojami, gerai saugomi, gerai apsaugoti, gerai suvarลพyti, atneลกa
    gerovฤ™.
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  • 66) Classical Luxembourgish-Klassesch Lรซtzebuergesch,

    Translation types
    Text translation
    Source text
    Free Birds ๐Ÿฆ… Vegan ๐ŸŒฑ White Home ๐Ÿ 
    Do Good Purify Mind - Path to Eternal Bliss
    Hunger is the worst kind of illness said the Buddha
    Grow Broccoli ๐Ÿฅฆ Bell Peppers๐Ÿซ‘ Cucumber ๐Ÿฅ’ Carrots ๐Ÿฅ• Beans in pots
    These
    six spheres of contact, bhikkhus, being well controlled, well guarded,
    well protected, well restrained, bring well-being. Which six?
    Buddhaโ€™s own words in SN 35.94 (S iv 69)
    Adantฤgutta Sutta
    โ€” Uncontrolled and unguarded โ€”Classical Latvian-Klasiskฤ latvieลกu valoda
    The
    eye, ear, nose, tongue, body as a sphere of contact, bhikkhus, being
    well controlled, well guarded, well protected, well restrained, brings
    well-being.
    642 / 5000
    Translation results
    Gratis Villercher ๐Ÿฆ… vegan ๐ŸŒฑ Wรคiss Heem ๐Ÿ 
    Maacht gutt purify Geescht - Wee op รฉiwegt Bliss
    Honger ass dรฉi schlรซmmst Aart vu Krankheet sot de Buddha
    Wuessen Broccoli ๐Ÿฅฆ Bell Peppers๐Ÿซ‘ Gurken ๐Ÿฅ’ Karotten ๐Ÿฅ• Bounen an Dรซppen
    Dรฉi
    sechs Szen Placke vum Kontakt, Bhikkkhus, dee gรซloรซ, gutt geschegelt,
    gutt Verhandlung, ze kรผtzen, ze bekale ginn. Wรฉi eng sechs?
    Dem Buddha seng eege Wierder am sn 35,94 (s IV 69)
    AdantฤGuta Sutata
    - onkontrollรฉiert an onbezuelbar - klassesch Lรซtzebuerger-Klaseresch Lรซtzebuergesch
    An de Kรฉier, den Oft, Nues d’Zoussszone, keen Akadrsch a Cloikkkkkked, dat sรฉier rorangeg war.
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    was prophesied that the young Buddha โ€” then called Siddhartha Gautama โ€”
    would either become the emperor of India or a very holy man. Since
    Siddharthaโ€™s father desperately wanted him to be the former, he kept the
    child isolated in a palace with every imaginable luxury: jewels,
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  • 78) Classical Odia (Oriya)

Way of Bodhi




Buddhism in Kanchi โ€“ An Ancient City of Learning


Kanchi-Buddhism
Artistic impression โ€“ In the picture are Buddhaghosa (Theravada master),
Dignaga (Mahayana logician), Padmasambhava (Vajrayana master) and
Bodhidharma (Zen master) all with connections to Kanchi.


Kanchi
(Kanchipuram) in Tamil Nadu was the most significant Buddhist center of
learning in South India. Kanchi produced world-renowned scholars and
masters of Buddhism such as Bodhidharma, Dignaga, Dharmapala,
Buddhaghosa, etc., spanning across Sravakayana and Mahayana. It is also
one of the twenty-four power places of the dakini (the spontaneous play
of the basic space) according to Vajrayana Buddhism. Guru Padmasambhava
too visited Dravida land and turned the wheel of Vajrayana there. For an
enthusiast in Buddhist history, Kanchi remains a treasure trove of
Buddhist statues and other pieces of archeological evidence still being
uncovered.

There
is so much to tell about this one place, Kanchi, that we could not make
this writeup any shorter :) . All through in Kanchi, we can see statues,
motifs, pillars, etc., that have something to tell about its Buddhist
past. We can spot ancient Buddha statues enshrined even in a police
station and a school.
Buddhist History of Kanchi

Kanchi
rose to fame as a Buddhist center right from the 2nd Century BCE, when
Poompuhar, the earlier center in Tamil Nadu, submerged in the sea.
Buddhist presence in Kanchi finds mention in many Tamil Sangam texts
like Manimekalai, Silappatikaram, and Maduraikkanchi. According to the
Tamil epic Manimekalai, the Buddhist master Aravana Adigal was staying
in Kanchi, and he guided the protagonist, Manimekalai, in the path of
Buddhism. Manimekalai, according to the epic, is a Bodhisattva Bhikshuni
who spreads her compassionate activities to alleviate the suffering and
hunger of many and finally attains nirvana at Kanchi.

By
the time Xuanzang, the Chinese monk-traveler (7th century CE) visited
Kanchi, it was at the height of its glory. He recorded [Ref-1] about
hundreds of Mahayana viharas and 10,000 monks there. Xuanzang also
mentions about a 100 ft high Stupa built by Ashoka in Kanchi. About
people of Kanchi, Xuanzang wrote, โ€œPeople there are courageous. They
deeply hold the principles of honesty and truth, and highly respect
learning. The monks there belonged to Mahayana and practiced the Vinaya
of Sthavira school.โ€ Xuanzang also reported that there were about 80
Deva temples and many Nirgranthas (Jains).

As
we shall see, other reliable records indicate that Buddhist Mahayana
monasteries remained active in Kanchi even up to the 14th Century CE.

Kanchi
produced many great Buddhist masters and philosophers. Bodhidharma, the
founder of Zen Buddhism is said to be the son of the king of Kanchi
(possibly a Pallava king). The world acclaimed Buddhist logician Dignaga
is also from Kanchi. His disciple Dharmakirti is from a nearby place,
Trimala (Thirumala / Thirupathi). Aryadeva, the famed disciple of
Acharya Nagarjuna is also said to have lived in Kanchi during his last
days. Dharmapala, an abbot of Nalanda and a great master of Yogacara
Buddhism was also from Kanchi. He was the main teacher of Xuanzang.
Kanchi also produced Buddhaghosa, the author of Visuddhimagga, an
acclaimed practice manual of Theravada tradition. Dhammapala, another
famous commentator of Pali Suttas and Anuruddha Thera, the author of
Abhidhammatthasaแน…gaha were also from Kanchi. According to the Vajrayana
tradition, Siddha Nagarjuna, one of the 84 Mahasiddhas was also from
Kanchi.

According
to Tibetan Buddhist master Jetsun Taranatha, Guru Padmasambhava (Guru
Rinpoche) visited the Dravida land (Tamil Nadu) in the 8th Century and
taught Sutra and Vajrayana Buddhism there for 12 years. Taranatha
narrated this based on the accounts of Indian masters that he could
access in the 16th Century. Since in the 8th Century Kanchi was one of
the most important Buddhist centers in the Dravida land, Padmasambhava
would have blessed Kanchi with his presence and taught there. According
to Taranatha, even at his time (16th-17th Century CE), Guru Rinpocheโ€™s
lineage of Vajrayana practices was active in Dravida land.

As
per the inscriptions from the excavation of a renowned Buddhist vihara
at Kurkihar near Gaya, Bihar (9th/11th Century CE), many statues found
there were donated by people from Kanchi. This indicates that Kanchi was
flourishing with Buddhism even in that period. In the 13th Century,
Marco Polo, the European traveler, saw seven Pagodas (chaithyas) on the
seashore of Mahabalipuram near Kanchi. In the 14th Century, an eminent
poet of Java mentioned in his writings about the presence of thirteen
Buddhist monasteries in Kanchi [Ref-2, p. 97]. According to a 14th
Century inscription in Korea, Dhyanabhadra from Kanchi went to Korea in
1370CE and established a Mahayana monastery (Zen / Seon) there [Ref-3,
p. 7]. The inscription also mentions that he received the teaching of
Avatamsaka Sutra in Kanchi. All these records indicate that Buddhism was
very much alive in Kanchi even in the 14th Century, though in a phase
of gradual decline.

Some
of the ancient Viharas (Buddhist monasteries) of Kanchi that find
mention in historical works are Raja Vihara and Mulasoma Vihara. None of
them are as such identifiable now. An 11th Century Manuscript of
Prajna-paramita-sutra obtained from Nepal [Ref-4], has a miniature
painting of a statue of Vasudhara Tara from a renowned Mahayana Vihara
in Kanchi.


Vasudhara Tara, Kanchi.
A picture from a 11th Century manuscript that depicts Vasudhara Tara from a renowned Mahayana Vihara in Kanchi.


Kanchi as One of the 24 Power-places

According
to Vajrayana Buddhism, Kanchi is one of the twenty-four sacred power
places. As per many Vajravarahi and Chakrasamvara Sadhanas Kanchi is the
heart of the Dakini (the spontaneous play of the basic space) and a
sacred place of Dakinis (where the vibrancy of wisdom activities
naturally plays out). Even according to some of the Tantras revealed in
Tibet, e.g., Yumka Dechen Gyalmo of Longchen Nyingthik, Kanchi is at the
heart of the dakini (Yumka, the Great Bliss Queen).
The Current Structure of Kanchi

As
of now, Kanchi has two main areas, Siva Kanchi and Vishnu Kanchi,
dedicated to many temples of Lord Siva and Lord Vishnu respectively.
There is also a Jina Kanchi where two Jain temples exist even today. We
do not find a separate Buddha Kanchi here now, however, Buddha and
Bodhisattva statues and motifs can be seen all around the present-day
Siva Kanchi and Vishnu Kanchi.
Buddha Statues of Kanchi

The
following is the list of archeological evidences that still remain of
the grand and vibrant presence of Buddhism in ancient Kanchi. We
explored these with the purpose of revealing history. However, the
essence of Buddhism is not about statues but about cleansing our minds.
And, hence there is no intention of making claims on statues or places.
Read Dealing with History without Attachment for more details on how to
stay clear of afflictive emotions and deal with History without
attachment.
1. Two Buddha statues from Kanchi Kamakshi
Ancient Buddha statue from Kanchi Kamakshi Temple (as reported by Gopinatha Rao) now kept in Chennai Museum .

Ancient Buddha statue from Kanchi Kamakshi Temple (as reported by Gopinatha Rao) now kept in Chennai Museum .
Ancient Buddha statue from Kanchi Kamakshi Temple (as reported by Gopinatha Rao) now kept in Chennai Museum .
Buddha from Kanchi Kamakshi.
Ancient Buddha statue ( in broken condition) from Kanchi Kamakshi
Temple, reported by Gopinatha Rao a century back, but not traceable now.
Could be in a Museum reserve.


The
earliest of the Buddha statues found from Kanchi is a standing Buddha
statue from the 5th Century CE of a majestic height of 8ft. It resembles
Amaravati and Gandhara statues in style. This is now kept in the
Chennai Museum. According to the archeologist Gopinatha Rao (d. 1919)
[Ref-5, p.128], during his time, this statue was in the inner prakara of
the Kanchi Kamakshi Temple in Siva Kanchi. One more Buddha statue was
found in the outer prakara in a broken condition. Gopinatha Rao inferred
that Kanchi Kamakshi Temple was originally a temple of Tara. When we
correlate with other connections that can be seen, a link to Vajrayana
Buddhism can be inferred for this temple. The principal deity of this
temple is Kamakshi (meaning, the passionate eyed one). They practice
Srividya tantra (which in Tibetan means,เฝ‘เฝ”เฝฃเผ‹เฝฃเพกเฝ“เผ‹เฝขเฝฒเฝ‚เผ‹เฝ”) and the tantric
deity according to that tantra is Lalita Tripura Sundari
(เฝเฝ˜เฝฆเผ‹เฝ‚เฝฆเฝดเผ‹เฝขเฝผเฝฃเผ‹เฝ”เฝ เฝฒเผ‹เฝ˜เฝ›เฝบเฝฆเผ‹เฝ˜เผ). Nature and hand emblems of Kamakshi are same
as Kurukullฤ (Red Tara) of the Vajrayana Buddhist tantras. The emblems
are โ€” hook (ankusha), noose (pฤล›a), flower-arrow and sugarcane-bow.
However, the current idol is in a formal sitting posture, not in the
usual dynamic form of kurukullฤ. There were also two miniature Buddha
carvings (one sitting and one standing) on a stone pillar of the temple
when we visited in 2012.



2. Buddha statues from a school

Ancient Buddha statue kept in Govt. C. M. Subbaraya Mudaliyar Higher Secondary School, Kanchi.

Ancient Buddha statue kept in Govt. C. M. Subbaraya Mudaliyar Higher Secondary School, Kanchi.


Another
one of the earliest of the Buddha statues of Kanchi is kept in Govt. C.
M. Subbaraya Mudaliyar Higher Secondary School, next to Kanchi Kamakshi
Temple. This statue is from the 5th-6th Century CE and is of a height
of 5โ€™6โ€. According to Gopinatha Rao [Ref-5, p.129], this statue was in a
garden adjacent to Kanchi Kamakshi Temple. Probably, the school came up
in the garden later. The earlier photos of this Buddha that we could
access are with his eyes closed. Recently, someone seems to have tried
to โ€˜improveโ€™ it by chiseling open the eyes. According to Gopinatha Rao,
there are two more Buddha statues under the soil there yet to be
excavated. Even though more than 100 years have passed, it is still not
excavated. (Gopinatha Rao was an archeologist during the British rule.)

3. Buddha statues at Karukinil Amarnthaval Amman Temple
Ancient Buddha statues at Karukinil Amarnthaval Amman Temple, Kanchi
Ancient Buddha statues at Karukinil Amarnthaval Amman Temple, Kanchi


Two
Buddha statues got from the vicinity of this temple are kept there for
safe-keeping. One with Bhumisparsha mudra and the second one in dhyana
mudra.(Both from the 12th Century CE. One of height 3โ€™9โ€ and another of
2โ€™6โ€.)

In fact, more than 100 years back, Gopinatha Rao [Ref-5, p.129] also reported that the statues were kept there for safe-keeping.

4. Buddha at Police Station

Ancient Buddha statue kept in a Police Station in Kanchi.
Ancient Buddha statue kept in a Police Station in Kanchi.

Siva
Kanchi Police Station, adjacent to Kanchi Kamakshi Temple also hosts
one of the ancient Buddha statues unearthed from the vicinity. This was
installed in the police station in a mandapa, as desired by Walter
Dewaram, the then DGP of Tamil Nadu. According to archeologists, this
statue is from the 11th Century period.

5. Buddha statues of Pallur


Ancient Buddha statues at Pallur Buddha Temple in the outskirts of Kanchi.
Ancient Buddha statues at Pallur Buddha Temple in the outskirts of Kanchi.


In
the outskirts of Kanchi, at Pallur, three Buddha statues were unearthed
from the fields more than a hundred years ago. These could be from the
10th-12th Century. In 1999, a new Buddhist temple was constructed and
the Buddha statues are installed in that hall.

6. Buddha statue at Kanikiluppai


Ancient Buddha statue at Kanikiluppai in the outskirts of Kanchi.
Ancient Buddha statue at Kanikiluppai in the outskirts of Kanchi


In
the outskirts of Kanchi, at Kanikiluppai a Buddha statue was discovered
from the fields. (belonging to the 10th-12th Century period). A statue
of a Jain Tirthankara was also obtained. These statues were stolen once
in the recent past and then recovered by the police. Since then, both of
these are kept inside a Pillayar (Ganesha) Temple in Kanikiluppai for
safe-keeping till a separate shrine could be made for these statues.
There is also a pillar in the vicinity that is either a Buddhist or Jain
one.


Ancient Jain statue at Kanikiluppai in the outskirts of Kanchi.
Ancient Jain statue at Kanikiluppai in the outskirts of Kanchi.

7. Reclining Buddha (lost) at Ekambareswarar Temple

Ancient reclining Buddha (lost) in the compound wall of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchi.
Ancient reclining Buddha (lost) which was lying in the temple compound of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchi.


The
compound wall of Ekambareswara Temple uses many large stone bricks with
carvings of the Buddha. (from the 14th century according to
archeologists). These Buddha carvings are not in a particular order, so
most likely this was simply the reuse of the stone blocks from a
dilapidated Buddhist structure. There was a large reclining Buddha
statue lying in the temple compound earlier [Ref-6]. According to the
archeologists, this was from the late Chola period (11th to 13th
Century). However, this is lost now. It could not be traced to any
museum and nobody knows where it went.


Buddha images in the compound wall of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchi.
Buddha images in the compound wall of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchi.

Buddha images in the compound wall of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchi.
Buddha images in the compound wall of Ekambareswarar Temple, Kanchi.

8. Buddha pillars at Kachapeshwarar Temple

Pillars with Buddha, Bodhisattva and Buddhist Yogi images in the Kachapeshwarar Temple, Kanchi.
Pillars with Buddha, Bodhisattva and Buddhist Yogi images in the Kachapeshwarar Temple, Kanchi.

Pillars with Buddha, Bodhisattva and Buddhist Yogi images in the Kachapeshwarar Temple, Kanchi.
illars with Buddha, Bodhisattva and Buddhist Yogi images in the Kachapeshwarar Temple, Kanchi.


Many
images of Buddha, Bodhisattvas and Buddhist Yogis can be seen chiseled
in the pillars of Kachapeshwarar Temple in Kanchi. These pillars do not
have a particular order, and it looks like that they were adjusted in
height post-sculpting to fit for the current mandapa. From this, it may
be inferred that these could be the reuse of the pillars from an earlier
dilapidated Buddhist structure.

9. Avalokitesvara and two Dharma-chakras pillars at Enathur


A broken statue in Enathur, Kanchi, which is possibly of Avalokitesvara.A broken statue in Enathur, Kanchi, which is possibly of Avalokitesvara.


A
broken statue and a pillar with dharma-chakra are abandoned near the
road-side in Enathur. The statue seems like that of Avalokitesvara in a
four-handed form. There is also another Dharma-chakra nearby that is
enshrined as a small temple and people worship that. The shrine is named
as โ€˜Sannyasi-amman Alayamโ€™.
A dharma-chakra pillar in Enathur, Kanchi.
A dharma-chakra pillar in Enathur, Kanchi.
Dharma-chakra pillar, Enathur, Kanchi.
A dharma-chakra pillar enshrined in โ€˜Sannyasi-amman Alayamโ€™, Enathur, Kanchi.

10. Buddhist Dhamma centre at Konerikuppam

An ancient Buddha head (the right most with a new body) preserved in a new Dhamma centre at Konerikuppam, Kanchi.
An ancient Buddha head (the right most with a new body) preserved in a new Dhamma centre at Konerikuppam, Kanchi.


An
ancient pillar with the carvings of Buddha and Bodhisattvas and another
Buddha head are preserved in a new Dhamma centre at Konerikuppam. Mr.
Chandrashekar and his wife started this centre many decades back when
they got an ancient Buddha head abandoned under a tree. He added a body
to that and enshrined it. Later, he chanced upon an ancient pillar that
was used as a stepping stone in front of a shop. The pillar had the
images of the Buddha and a Bodhisattva (possibly Maitreya). He salvaged
that and installed that too in front of his temple.


An ancient pillar with the carvings of Buddha and Bodhisattvas preserved in a new Dhamma centre at Konerikuppam, Kanchi.
An ancient pillar with the carvings of Buddha and Bodhisattvas preserved in a new Dhamma centre at Konerikuppam, Kanchi.

11. Buddhas in Arpakkam

Buddha statue, Arpakkam in the outskirts of Kanchi.
Buddha statue at Arpakkam in the outskirts of Kanchi.


In
the outskirts of Kanchi, in Arpakkam, there is a small standing Buddha
statue (of about 2ft) kept in the corner of a Perumal (Vishnu) temple.
There was also a bigger sitting Buddha statue kept within this temple
earlier. However, that was stolen and not yet recovered. A third one, a
headless Buddha statue is lying in the jungle just outside the temple.
There is also a pillar with dharma-chakra carving near that place.
Locals worship the pillar as a guardian deity.


Lost Buddha statue, Arpakkam in the outskirts of Kanchi.
Lost Buddha statue from Arpakkam in the outskirts of Kanchi.
Headless Buddha statue, Arpakkam in the outskirts of Kanchi.
A headless Buddha statue at Arpakkam in the outskirts of Kanchi.




12. Buddha statue from Koovam

Buddha from Koovam near Kanchi. Now at Chennai Museum.
Buddha from Koovam near Kanchi. Now at Chennai Museum.


Also
near Kanchi, from Koovam (Thiruvallur district), a Buddha statue was
obtained that is now kept at Chennai Museum. According to the museum
records, this statue is from the 14th Century.

13. Tara statue from Sholingur

Tara, Sholingur, Kanchi.
This statue from Sholingur near Kanchi is now at Chennai Museum. It is possibly of Tara.

An
11th Century statue obtained from Sholingur, near Kanchi, is now kept
in Chennai Museum. This may be identified to be Tara. However, the right
palm is slightly folded and there is no lotus seat. It could probably
be Vasudhara, the Yellow Tara of prosperity. An 11th Century manuscript
of prajna-paramita-sutra preserved in Cambridge University too has a
miniature painting of another statue of Vasudhara from a renowned
Mahayana Vihara in Kanchi [Ref-4]

14. Avalokitesvara statue from Kaverippakkam
Avalokitesvara, Kanchi.

An Avalokitesvara statue obtained from Kaverippakkam near Kanchi is
now at Chennai Museum. Here Lokesvara is in his yogi form with
meditation belt and matted hair, a form very popular in the South. More
about Avalokitesvara forms and their influence on other statues will be
discussed in a later post.


Conclusion

Years back, when we first visited Kanchi, we were enthusiastic about
seeing a few Buddha statues reported there as a rarity. Later, T N
Gopinatha Raoโ€™s archeological records from a century ago brought more
information. We also got leads from some web and news articles about
Buddha statues found in Kanchi. In our recent visit, we met Mr.
Chandrasekar of Kanchi who runs a Dhamma centre there. Thanks to his
help, we could find a lot more Buddha statues in the outskirts of Kanchi
this time. 

More and more Buddha statues are being unearthed all around in
Kanchi. Some of them are kept nicely in some small shrines made with the
sponsorship of people from Thailand and so on. And, some others are
lost. Since many Buddha statues are on the street-side and unprotected,
some are stolen. Unless some action is taken by the government to secure
the other statues, more of these historic monuments may be lost soon.

Exploration of Kanchi continues.


References

Ref-1 โ€“ Xuanzang. (1884). Great Tang Records on the Western Regions.
(Samuel Beal, Trans.). Buddhist Records of the Western World. London:
Trubner & Co. (Original text 6th century CE).

Ref-2 โ€“ K. Krishna Murthi. (1991). Glimpses of Art, Architecture and Buddhist Literature in Ancient India: Abhinav Pubns.

Ref-3 โ€“ B. V. Bapat (Ed.). (1971). Two Thousand Five Hundred Years of Buddhism.

Ref-4 โ€“ Cambridge, Cambridge University Library: Add.1643. (Aแนฃแนญasฤhasrikฤ Prajรฑฤpฤramitฤ Sลซtra manuscript.).

Ref-5 โ€“ T.A.Gopinath Rao. (1915). Bauddha Vestiges in Kanchipura ,The
Indian Antiquary, A Journal of Oriental Research, Volume XLIV โ€“ 1915.
p.127.

Ref-6 โ€“ P.R. Srinivasan. (1960). โ€˜Story of Buddhism with Special
Reference to South Indiaโ€™, A. Aiyappan and P.R. Srinivasan (Eds.).
Buddhist Images of South India: Department of Information and Publicity,
Government of Madras.

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