Set on Gayāśīrṣa, the hill near Bodhgayā from which its title is derived, the sūtra presents its teaching in the form of the Buddha’s inward examination, a conversation between the Buddha and the bodhisattva Mañjuśrī, and dialogues between Mañjuśrī and three interlocutors—two gods and a bodhisattva. Read more »
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As we enter this auspicious month marking the birth, awakening, and parinirvāṇa of the Buddha, we invite all those who supported our recent campaign, The Perfection of Wisdom for All, to SAVE THE DATE: June 18. Read more »
In this Sūtra, the Buddha presents to the brahmin youth Śuka Taudeyaputra a discourse on the workings of karma. This is enlivened by many examples drawn from the rich heritage of Buddhist narrative literature, providing a detailed analysis of how deeds lead to specific consequences in the future. Read more »