New Publication: Describing the Benefits of Producing Representations of the Thus-Gone One

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In this sūtra, the Buddha Śākyamuni tells a group of monks how they should respond when asked about the karmic benefits accrued by patrons who create representations of the Buddha. He explains five kinds of benefits that such virtuous deeds bring.

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Describing the Benefits of Producing Representations of the Thus-Gone One

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