The Lotus Sutra

@inproceedings{1993TheLS,
  title={The Lotus Sutra},
  author={継成 久保 and 明 湯山 and D. Kumārajīva},
  year={1993}
}
"The Lotus Sutra" (Taisho no. 262), translated by Tsugunari Kubo and Akira Yuyama from the fifth-century Chinese version by the scholar-monk Kumarajiva, is one of the most important and revered texts in East Asian Buddhism. With its vivid descriptions of cosmic events and large cast of characters, the Saddharmapundarika-sutra (Sutra of the Lotus Flower of the Fine Dharma) unfolds like a magnificent drama. Its twenty-eight chapters offer a combination of doctrine, teachings, stories, and… CONTINUE READING
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