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It is ‘breaking up,’ bhikshu, therefore it is called ‘world’.” (Lujjati) Loka Sutta


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The Pitāpūtrasamāgama-sūtra is most likely based on some earlier Abhidharmic writings from one or two centuries after the Buddha’s death. Multiple versions of this sutra have been recovered, perhaps the most famous one from the Ratnakuta collection. The dating of this collection is uncertain, but the collection is mentioned in the Nikāyasaṅgraha, a ...


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Obviously its not in the Nikayas, per Wikipedia.


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It's a Mahayana sutra. Info. about the Samadhiraja sutra from the wiki page here. Full infos. and whole sutra is available here.


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Aṣṭasāhasrikā: asta (8) sahasara (1000) Prajñāpāramitā: prajna(wisdom) paramita(perfection) Sutra: thread/verse PDF: THE PERFECTION OF WISDOM IN EIGHT THOUSAND LINES & ITS VERSE SUMMARY - The Huntington Archive


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Aṣṭasāhasrikā translates to "eight thousand": aṣṭá -- eight sahasra -- thousand Sanskrit Numbers


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