Lifespan of the Tathāgata in Sanskrit

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Lifespan of the Tathāgata in Sanskrit

Post by Coëmgenu » Tue Sep 06, 2016 10:13 pm

Greetings all,

Because I am a bit of a Sanskrit enthusiast, I was wondering if anyone happened to know if there was a Latin-character Sanskrit edition of the Lotus Sutra available online. I'm not quite fluent in reading devanāgarī or Siddhaṃ yet.

I am particularly wondering if my favourite chapter, Lifespan of the Tathāgata, has a Sanskrit version that anyone would know how to find on the internet.

:anjali:
-Caoimhghín
नस्वातो नापिपरतो नद्वाभ्यां नाप्यहेतुतः उत्पन्ना जातु विद्यन्ते भावाः क्वचन केचन
There absolutely are no things, nowhere and none, that arise anew, neither out of themselves, nor out of non-self, nor out of both, nor at random.
सर्वं तथ्यं न वा तथ्यं तथ्यं चातथ्यम् एव च नैवातथ्यं नैव तथ्यम् एतद् बुद्धानुशासनम्
All is so, or all is not so, both so and not so, neither so nor not so. This is the Buddha's teaching.

一切實非實亦實亦非實
非實非非實是名諸佛法


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Re: Lifespan of the Tathāgata in Sanskrit

Post by Coëmgenu » Wed Sep 07, 2016 2:57 am

नस्वातो नापिपरतो नद्वाभ्यां नाप्यहेतुतः उत्पन्ना जातु विद्यन्ते भावाः क्वचन केचन
There absolutely are no things, nowhere and none, that arise anew, neither out of themselves, nor out of non-self, nor out of both, nor at random.
सर्वं तथ्यं न वा तथ्यं तथ्यं चातथ्यम् एव च नैवातथ्यं नैव तथ्यम् एतद् बुद्धानुशासनम्
All is so, or all is not so, both so and not so, neither so nor not so. This is the Buddha's teaching.

一切實非實亦實亦非實
非實非非實是名諸佛法

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