New Publications: The Sūtra “Declaring What Is Supreme”

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The Sūtra “Declaring What Is Supreme”

In The Sūtra “Declaring What Is Supreme”, the Buddha, while spending the rainy season at the Bamboo Grove in Rājagṛha, teaches his saṅgha of śrāvakas that the Buddha is supreme among all beings, the Dharma of being free of attachment is supreme among all dharmas, and the Saṅgha is supreme among all communities and groups. Those who have faith in these three will be reborn as supreme among gods or humans.

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The Sūtra “Declaring What Is Supreme”

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