Kamalaśīla (Skt. Kamalaśīla; Tib. པདྨའི་ངང་ཚུལ་, Pemé Ngang Tsul; Wyl. pad+ma'i ngang tshul) (c. 740-795) was an Indian Buddhist of Nalanda Mahavihara who accompanied Śāntarakṣita (725–788) to Tibet at the request of Trisong Detsen. He is considered one of the most important Madhyamaka authors of late Indian Buddhism although little is known about his life aside from details left in Tibetan sources. Tibetan sources refer to him, Santaraksita and Jñānagarbha as ''rang rgyud shar gsum'' meaning the “three eastern Svātantrikas” indicating their origins from Eastern India. Provided by Wikipedia
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Participants: Ichigō, Masamichi, 1941-, [ VerfasserIn ]; Kamalaśīla [ VerfasserIn ]; Kamalaśīla [ VerfasserIn ]
Published: 2005
Superior document: Sonderdruck aus Annual Memoirs of the Otani University Shin Buddhist Comprehensive Research Institute 22 (2005)
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