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|Glossary-DefinitionPDB=See page 337: In Sanskrit, “the perfection of qualities,” referring to the four salutary qualities of the tathāgatagarbha: permanence, purity, bliss, and self, as described in the Śrīmālādevīsiṃhanādasūtra . These qualities are in distinction to the four perverted views (viparyāsa), where ignorant sentient beings regard the conditioned realm of saṃsāra as being permanent, pure, blissful, and self when in fact it is impermanent (anitya), impure (aśubha), suffering (duḥkha ), and not-self (anātman).
four salutary qualities of the tathāgatagarbha: permanence, purity, bliss, and self, as described in the Śrīmālādevīsiṃhanādasūtra . These qualities are in distinction to the four perverted views (viparyāsa), where ignorant sentient beings regard the conditioned realm of saṃsāra as being permanent, pure, blissful, and self when in fact it is impermanent (anitya), impure (aśubha), suffering (duḥkha ), and not-self (anātman).
 
 
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Key Term guṇapāramitā
Hover Popup Choices perfect qualities
In Tibetan Script ཡོན་ཏན་ཕ་རོལ་ཏུ་ཕྱིན་པ་
Wylie Tibetan Transliteration yon tan pha rol tu phyin pa
Devanagari Sanskrit Script गुणपारमिता
Romanized Sanskrit guṇapāramitā
Chinese Script 功德波羅蜜‎
Chinese Pinyin gōngdébōluómì
Japanese Script kudokuharamitsu
English Standard perfect qualities
Term Type Noun
Source Language Sanskrit
Basic Meaning In the Śrīmālādevī Siṃhanāda Sūtra it is explained that the dharmakāya of a buddha possesses the four perfect qualities of purity, bliss, permanence, and self.
Definitions
Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism See page 337: In Sanskrit, “the perfection of qualities,” referring to the four salutary qualities of the tathāgatagarbha: permanence, purity, bliss, and self, as described in the Śrīmālādevīsiṃhanādasūtra . These qualities are in distinction to the four perverted views (viparyāsa), where ignorant sentient beings regard the conditioned realm of saṃsāra as being permanent, pure, blissful, and self when in fact it is impermanent (anitya), impure (aśubha), suffering (duḥkha ), and not-self (anātman).