Byams chos sde lnga

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Key Term byams chos sde lnga
Hover Popup Choices byams chos sde lnga; Five Dharma Treatises of Maitreya; dharma works of Maitreya; Five Dharmas of Maitreya; five treatises of Maitreya; five books of Maitreya; five doctrines of Maitreya; Byams chos sde lnga; five teachings of Maitreya
In Tibetan Script བྱམས་ཆོས་སྡེ་ལྔ་
Wylie Tibetan Transliteration byams chos sde lnga
Tibetan Phonetic Rendering jam chöde nga
English Standard Five Dharma Treatises of Maitreya
Karl Brunnhölzl's English Term five dharma works of Maitreya
Sarah Harding's English Term Five Dharmas of Maitreya
Ives Waldo's English Term five treatises of Maitreya; the five doctrines of Maitreya
Alternate Spellings byams pa'i chos sde; byams chos
Term Type Text
Source Language Tibetan
Basic Meaning This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.
Has the Sense of The list of five is: Ornament of Clear Realization (Abhisamayālaṃkāra, mngon rtogs rgyan); Ornament for the Mahāyāna Sūtras (Mahāyānasūtrālaṃkāra, theg pa chen po mdo sde rgyan); Differentiation of the Middle and the Extremes (Madhyāntavibhāga, dbus mtha' rnam 'byed); Differentiation of Phenomena and Their Nature (Dharmadharmatāvibhāga, chos dang chos nyid rnam 'byed); and The Mahāyāna Treatise of the Highest Continuum (Ratnagotravibhāga Mahāyānottaratantraśāstra, theg pa chen po rgyud bla ma'i bstan bcos).
Definitions
Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism See page 159: In Tibetan, “the five books of Maitreya” said to have been presented to Asaṅga by the bodhisattva Maitreya in the Tuṣita heaven; they are the Māhayāna-sūtrālaṃkāra, Abhisamayālaṃkāra, Madhyāntavibhāga, Dharmadharmatāvibhāga, and the Ratnagotravibhāga (Uttaratantra).
Rangjung Yeshe's English Term Five Teachings of Lord Maitreya, five treatises of Maitreya, the Five Doctrines of Maitreya, 1) {theg pa chen po'i mdo sde rgyan gyi tshig le'ur byas ba} [Mahayana Sutralamkara Karika]. 2) {dbus dang mtha' rnam par 'byed pa} [madhyaanta-vibhanga] 3) {chos dang chos nyid rnam par 'byed pa} [Dharma-dharmataa-vibhanya] 4) {theg pa chen po'i rgyan bla ma'i bstan bcos} [Mahaayanaottaratantra-shaastra] 5) {mngon par rtogs ba'i rgyan} [Abhisamayaalam.kaara].
TshigmdzodChenmo rgyal ba byams pas thogs med la gsungs pa'i chos/ mngon rtogs rgyan/ mdo sde rgyan/ rgyud bla ma/ chos dang chos nyid rnam 'byed/ dbus mtha' rnam 'byed de sde tshan lnga/ ...


This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

This refers to a series of five texts that, according to the Tibetan tradition, Asaṅga received directly from Maitreya in the pure realm of Tuṣita.

The Ultimate Continuum, or Gyü Lama, is often used as a short title in the Tibetan tradition for the key source text of buddha-nature teachings called the Ratnagotravibhāga of Maitreya/Asaṅga, also known as the Mahāyānottaratantraśāstra.