Prabhākaramitra

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English Phonetics Prabhākaramitra
Chinese Script 波羅頗迦羅蜜多羅
Chinese Transliteration Boluopojialuomiduoluo
Japanese Transliteration Harahakaramitsutara
Korean Transliteration Parap’agaramiltara
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Birth:   564
Death:   633


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Prabhākaramitra. (C. Boluopojialuomiduoluo; J. Harahakaramitsutara; K. Parap’agaramiltara 波羅頗迦羅蜜多羅) (564-633). A monk from Nālandā monastery who traveled to China in 626, where he translated a number of important texts, including the Mahāyānasūtrālaṃkāra of Maitreyanātha and the Prajñāpradīpa of Bhāvaviveka. (Source: "Prabhākaramitra." In The Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism, 653. Princeton University Press, 2014. http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt46n41q.27.)

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