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The '''King of Samadhi Sutra''' (Skt. ''Samādhirāja Sūtra''; [[Wyl.]] ''ting nge 'dzin gyi rgyal po'i mdo'') aka the '''Moon Lamp Sutra''' (Skt. ''Candrapradīpa''; Wyl. ''zla ba sgron me'i mdo'') is a famous [[mahayana]] [[sutra]] that is frequently cited in teachings on [[Mahamudra]].
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The '''King of Samadhi Sutra''' (Skt. ''Samādhirāja Sūtra''; [[Wyl.]] ''ting nge 'dzin gyi rgyal po'i mdo'') aka the '''Moon Lamp Sutra''' (Skt. ''Candrapradīpa''; Wyl. ''zla ba sgron me'i mdo'') is a famous [[mahayana]] [[sutra]] that is frequently cited in [[Madhyamika]] [[treatise]]s, as well as teachings on [[Mahamudra]].
  
 
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The King of Samadhi Sutra (Skt. Samādhirāja Sūtra; Wyl. ting nge 'dzin gyi rgyal po'i mdo) aka the Moon Lamp Sutra (Skt. Candrapradīpa; Wyl. zla ba sgron me'i mdo) is a famous mahayana sutra that is frequently cited in Madhyamika treatises, as well as teachings on Mahamudra.

Translations

  • 'The Sūtra of the King of Samādhis: Chapters I-IV' in Luis O. Gómez and Jonathan A. Silk (ed.s), Studies in the Literature of the Great Vehicle: Three Mahāyāna Buddhist Texts
  • Konstanty Régamey, Philosophy in the Samādhirājasūtra, Motilal Banarsidass (Delhi 1990), reprint of 1938 Warsaw edition. (Includes Sanskrit, Tibetan and English versions of chapters 8, 19 and 22)

Further Reading

  • Andrew Skilton, Samādhirājasūtra, contained in: Jens Braarvig, Paul Harrison, Jens-Uwe Hartmann, Kazunobu Matsuda, Lore Sander, ed., Buddhist Manuscripts in the Schøyen Collection, Volume II (Hermes Academic Publishing (Oslo 2002), pp. 97-178.
  • Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche, King of Samadhi. Rangjung Yeshe Publications

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