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Buddhism In China - Festivals
8.12 — Enlightenment Day of Śākyamuni Buddha 1.1 — Birthday of Maitreya Buddha 9.1 — Birthday of Śakra, Lord of the Devas 8.2 — Renunciation Day of Śākyamuni Buddha 15.2 — Mahāp ...
Mahākāśyapa
... one of the principal disciples of Śākyamuni Buddha and who convened and directed the first council ... Zen purports to lead its adherents to insights akin to that mentioned by Śākyamuni Buddha in his Flower Sermon in which he held up a white flower and just admired it in his hand ... Mahākāśyapa smiled faintly, and Śākyamuni Buddha picked that disciple as one who truly understood him and who was worthy to be his successor ...
Flower Sermon
... origin of Zen Buddhism is ascribed to a story, known in English as the Flower Sermon, in which Śākyamuni Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama) transmits direct prajñā (wisdom) to the disciple Mahākāśyapa ... In the story, Śākyamuni gives a wordless sermon to his disciples (sangha) by holding up a white flower ... Śākyamuni affirmed this by saying ...
Devadatta - Scholarship - Records From Chinese Pilgrims To India
... of Devadatta are recorded to have honored all the Buddhas previous to Śākyamuni, but not Śākyamuni ... tapas and performed rituals to the past three buddhas and not Śākyamuni Buddha ...
Vimalakirti Sutra - Contents - Summary
... The opening scene features Śākyamuni Buddha teaching the Dharma to a vast assembly of ordained saṃgha, celestial bodhisattvas, laity, and various devas and other nonhuman beings in the ... When Śākyamuni Buddha learns of the situation he asks each of his ten major monk disciples to visit Vimalakīrti during his illness, but each in turn declines to do so, each citing a past incident during ... Finally, in the Amra Gardens, Vimalakīrti and Mañjuśrī join Śākyamuni Buddha for further expositions of the Dharma and the performance of demonstrations of their supernatural powers ...