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Amitābha
Seated Amida Nyorai (Amitabha), Kamakura period, 12th-13th century, wood with gold leaf and inlaid crystal eyes - Tokyo National Museum - DSC05345.JPG
Amitābha statue in gowd leaf wi inlaid crystal een. Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo, Japan.
SanskritAmitābha, Amitāyus
Cheenese阿彌陀佛 (Traditional) / 阿弥陀佛 (Simplified)
Pinyin: Ēmítuófó[1]
Wade-Giles: E-mi-t’uo Fo
Japanese阿弥陀仏 Amida Butsu
Korean아미타불 Amita Bul
Mongolieᠴᠠᠭᠯᠠᠰᠢ ᠦᠭᠡᠢ ᠭᠡᠷᠡᠯᠲᠦ
Цаглашгүй гэрэлт
Tsaglasi ügei gereltu
Одбагмэд Odbagmed
Аминдаваа Amindavaa
Аюуш Ayush
Tibetanའོད་དཔག་མེད་
'od dpag med
Ö-pa-me
VietnameseA-di-đà Phật
Information
Veneratit biMahayana, Vajrayana
AttributesInfinite Licht or Immeisurable Radiance
ShaktiPandara
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Amitābha[2] (Sanskrit pronunciation: [əmiˈt̪aːbʱə]), an aa Amida or Amitāyus, is a celestial buddha accordin tae the scripturs o Mahāyāna Buddhism.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "zdic.net: 阿彌陀佛". 
  2. Lévi, Sylvain; Takakusu, Junjir; Demiéville, Paul; Watanabe, Kaigyoku (1929). Hobogirin: Dictionnaire encyclopédique de bouddhisme d'après les sources chinoises et japonaises, Paris: Maisonneuve, vol. 1-3, pp. 24-29