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Supratisthitacaritra

Supratiṣṭhitacāritra (Skt: सुप्रतिष्ठितचरित्र; Chinese: 安立行; pinyin: ānlì xíng; Japanese: Anryūgyō), also known as Firm Practice, is one of the four great perfected bodhisattvas mentioned in the 15th chapter of the Lotus Sutra.[1][2] He is believed to represent the "bliss" characteristic of Buddhahood, which is the liberation from suffering.[2]

Notes

  1. ^ Reeves 2008, pp. 280 and 437
  2. ^ a b . Nichiren's Coffeehouse and Gohonzon Gallery, 2002. Web. 17 May 2011.Nichirenscoffeehouse.netMcCormick, Ryuei M. "The Bodhisattvas of the Earth"

References

  • . Nichiren's Coffeehouse and Gohonzon Gallery, 2002. Web. 17 May 2011.Nichirenscoffeehouse.netMcCormick, Ryuei M. "The Bodhisattvas of the Earth"

  • Reeves, Gene (2008). The Lotus Sutra: A Contemporary Translation of a Buddhist Classic.  
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