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འོད་སྲུང་། | Glossary of Terms

    འོད་སྲུང་།

    ’od srung

    Kāśyapa

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Translation by Robert Miller
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

One of the six buddhas who preceded Śākyamuni in this Fortunate Eon. Also the name of the one of the Buddha’s principal pupils.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Kāśyapa
  • བསོད་སྐྱབས།
  • bsod skyabs
  • Kāśyapa

The third buddha in the present Bhadra kalpa who preceded Śākyamuni. Also called Mahākāśyapa. The common translation, including in the Mahāvyutpatti, is ’od srung.

Translation by Dr Karen Liljenberg · Dr Ulrich Pagel
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

In Mahāyāna, a buddha who preceded the Buddha Śākyamuni.

Translation by Catherine Dalton · Heidi Koppl · James Gentry · Cortland Dahl · Hilary Herdman · Andreas Doctor
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

A past buddha.

Translation by Andreas Doctor · Zachary Beer · Thomas Doctor
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • kāśyapa

The buddha who preceded Buddha Śākyamuni.

Translation by Dr. Thomas Doctor · James Gentry
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

A buddha.

Translation by Dr. Andreas Doctor
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

A previous buddha, the third of this current eon.

Translation by Dr. Anne Burchardi · Tulku Dakpa Rinpoche · Dr. Ulrich Pagel
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

Name of a former buddha usually counted as the third of the first four buddhas of the present Good Eon, the other three being Krakucchanda, Kanakamuni, and Śākyamuni.

Translation by Timothy Hinkle
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

A previous buddha.

Translation by Miguel Sawaya · Andreas Doctor
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

Same as Mahākāśyapa.

Translation by Gregory Forgues · Rolf Scheuermann
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • kāśyapa
Translation by Benjamin Collet-Cassart
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

One of the six buddhas who preceded Śākyamuni in this Fortunate Eon. Also the name of one of the Buddha Śākyamuni’s principal pupils.

Translation by Reverend Dr. Chodrung-ma Kunga Chodron
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

The sixth of the “seven previous buddhas.”

Translation by Adam Krug
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

The sixth of the seven tathāgatas/buddhas. Identified in other texts as the third buddha to appear in the present eon, and thus the immediated predecessor of the Buddha Śākyamuni.

Translation by Dr. Thomas Doctor · Timothy Hinkle · Benjamin Collet-Cassart
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

A previous buddha.

Translation by Ryan Conlon
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

A former buddha of this eon.

Translation by Laura Dainty
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

The buddha who preceded Śākyamuni in this Excellent Eon.

Translation by Wiesiek Mical
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

One of the tathāgatas attending the delivery of the MMK; one of the eight tathāgatas; one of the previous buddhas; one of the śrāvakas attending the delivery of the MMK; also a short name of Mahākāśyapa.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

The sixth of the seven buddhas, with Śākyamuni as the seventh. The third buddha in this Bhadraka eon.

Translation by Peter Alan Roberts
  • Kāśyapa
  • འོད་སྲུང་།
  • ’od srung
  • Kāśyapa

The sixth of the seven buddhas, with Śākyamuni as the seventh. The third buddha in this Bhadraka eon.