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Mahakasyapa

Mahākāśyapa ( Sanskrit; Pāli, Mahākassapa ). Also known as Kāśyapa, an Arhat and senior disciple of the Buddha famed for his saintly and austere.

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comprehend his meaning, except for Maha Kasyapa, who smiled in understanding. Then.
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was baffled; only Mahakashyapa, one of the senior disciples, smiled. Seeing his smile, the Buddha said, “My true Dharma is transmitted to. Mahakashyapa.

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Then arrived Mahakasyapa, who saluted the feet of the Buddha, walked thrice around it and bowed in reverence. All the monks present there repeated the ritual after him and the funeral pyre itself caught fire.

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Mahākāśyapa (Sanskrit; Pali: Mahākassapa; Japanese: Maha Kasho or Makakasho.
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Maha Kasyapa was not a scholar in the ordinary sense of the word. Maha Kasyapa visited her one day and she felt insulted, thinking he was begging from her.
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Mahakasyapa and Shakyamuni Buddha began pursuing spiritual practice at about the same time. Mahakasyapa was of Brahman descent.
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Mahākāśyapa (Sanskrit; Pali: Mahākassapa; Japanese: Maha Kasho or Makakasho.
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