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parinirvāṇa

parinirvāṇa  

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(Skt.). The ‘final’ or ‘highest’ nirvāṇa.usually denoting the state of nirvāṇa that is entered at death.in contrast to that attained during life. Also known as nirupādhiśeṣa-nirvāṇa. In the earliest ...
pratiṣṠhita-nirvāṇa

pratiṣṠhita-nirvāṇa  

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(Skt.). Literally ‘localized nirvāṇa’, or that form of nirvāṇa.according to the Mahāyāna.in which a Buddha or other liberated being remains utterly separated or isolated from the world. Such an ...
Pratiṣṭhita-nirvāna

Pratiṣṭhita-nirvāna  

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In Mahāyāna Buddhism, the attainment of final nirvāna, with no remaining connection with the world of appearance. A bodhisattva postpones this attainment to help others (pranidhāna), though in fact, ...
sopādhiśeṣa-nirvāṇa

sopādhiśeṣa-nirvāṇa  

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(Skt.; Pāli, sa-upadhisesa-nibbāna). ‘Nirvāṇa with the substratum of life remaining’. The condition or state of being awakened in this life (as was the Buddha) through the destruction of the ...
Vesak

Vesak  

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(Skt., Vaiśākha).Major Theravādin Buddhist festival, celebrated at full moon in May. It commemorates the birth, enlightenment, and parinibbāna (nirupadhiśeṣa-nirvāṇa) of the Buddha.

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