Indian Buddhist philosopher who articulated the doctrine of emptiness (sunyata) and is traditionally regarded as the founder of the Madhyamika ... [9 related articles]
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Nagarjuna was an Indian metallurgist and alchemist, born at Fort Daihak near Somnath in Gujarat in 931. He wrote the treatises Rasaratnakara, Rashrudaya and Rasendramangal that deals with preparations of rasa (mercury) compounds. It gives a survey of the status of metallurgy and alchemy in the land. Extraction of metals such
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Nāgārjuna is sometimes credited with developing the philosophy of the Prajñāpāramitā sūtras, and being associated with the Buddhist university of Nālandā. In the Jodo Shinshu and Shingon schools of Buddhism in Japan he is considered the First Patriarch. In some Mahāyāna traditions, Nāgārjuna is regarded as a second buddha. ==History==
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Nagarjuna: see Madhyamika.
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Nagarjuna was an Indian Buddhist monk. He was born in 150 and died in 250. He founded the Madhyamika (Middle Path) school of Mahayana Buddhism and is noted for his philosophical writings.
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Great Indian Buddhist Master who revived the MAHAYANA in the 1st. century AD, after its' virtual disappearance, by bringing to light the Perfection of Wisdom #S.
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