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A '''supreme [[nirmanakaya]]''' (Skt. ''uttamanirmāṇakāya''; [[Wyl.]] ''mchog gi sprul sku'') is a [[buddha]] who takes birth into the world, displays the [[twelve deeds]] of a buddha, and passes into [[parinirvana]] at the end of his life. Buddha [[Kashyapa]], [[Buddha Shakyamuni]] and the [[Six Munis]] are examples of supreme nirmanakaya buddhas.
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A '''supreme [[nirmanakaya]]''' (Skt. ''uttamanirmāṇakāya''; Tib. མཆོག་གི་སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་,  Wyl. ''mchog gi sprul sku'') is a [[buddha]] who takes birth into the world, displays the [[twelve deeds]] of a buddha, and passes into [[parinirvana]] at the end of his life. Buddha [[Kashyapa]], [[Buddha Shakyamuni]] and the [[Six Munis]] are examples of supreme nirmanakaya buddhas.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:58, 23 February 2017

A supreme nirmanakaya (Skt. uttamanirmāṇakāya; Tib. མཆོག་གི་སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་, Wyl. mchog gi sprul sku) is a buddha who takes birth into the world, displays the twelve deeds of a buddha, and passes into parinirvana at the end of his life. Buddha Kashyapa, Buddha Shakyamuni and the Six Munis are examples of supreme nirmanakaya buddhas.