- Anticipation Building Up to Asia Week New York Auction Sales
- One of the highlights is a monumental cast bronze figure of Mahakasyapa, one of the disciples of the Buddha (estimated $300,000–$600,000).
- Buddhism, Spirituality & Dependency
- He taught for 40 years and had close, intimate, mutually regulating relationships with his students, including his successor, Mahakasyapa.
- Buddha's Enlightenment: Yielding Assertively, Touching the Heart
- is to the story of the Buddha's transmission to Mahakasyapa. One day when Shakyamuni came to the assembly to give a dharma talk, he just held up a flower, raised his eye brow, and blinked. Mahakasyapa smiled.
- A note on Katikavatas or promulgations by Sri Lankan kings
- What is striking about these rules is that once again the king is acting on the advice of a learned monk Maha-Kasyapa-Maha-sthavira.
- Real Moments of Truth on the Job
- As the story goes, 2,500 years ago, Buddha gave a wordless sermon to his disciples. All he did was hold up a single white flower -- a lotus. That's it.
Mahakasyapa is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Mahakasyapa books and related discussion.
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