Tathāgata (Devanagari: तथागत, lang) is a Pali and Sanskrit word the Buddha of the Pali Canon uses when referring to himself. The term is often thought to mean either `one who has thus gone` (tathā-gata) or `one who has thus come` (tathā-āgata). This is interpreted as signifying that the Tathagata is beyond all coming and going
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(Sanskrit and Pali), one of the titles of a buddha and the one most frequently employed by the historical Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, when referring ... [2 related articles]
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One Thus Gone; title of a BUDDHA
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The Thus-Gone One. An epithet of the Buddha.
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