Upaya-kaushalya Sutra

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Upaya-kaushalya Sutra (Skt. Upāyakauśalyasūtra; T. Thabs la mkhas pa’i mdo; C. Dasheng fangbian hui; J. Daijō hōben’e; K. Taesŭng pangp’yŏn hoe 大乘方便會), aka “Skillful Means Sūtra,” is an early Mahayana sutra included in the Ratnakuta Sutra collection, where it is also known as the Jñānottarabodhisattvaparipṛcchā.Template:Princeton inline

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Translations

  • Mark Tatz (translator), The Skill in Means Sutra, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1994.
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Sources

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www.encyclopediaofbuddhism.org Upaya-kaushalya Sutra