"Sek-khia-mô͘-nî" pán-pún chi-kan bô-kāng--ê tē-hng

Andreicuax thó-lūn | kòng-hiàn
Andreicuax thó-lūn | kòng-hiàn
Tē 23 chōa:
* {{Harvard citation text|Buddhadasa|2017|p=5}} gives several translations, including "the knowing one": "This is how we understand "Buddha" in Thailand, as the Awakened One, the Knowing One, and the Blossomed One."}}-->
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* {{Harvard citation text|Sahni|1914|pp=70–71, chapter B (b) 181}}: "Image (ht 5' 3'' up to the top of the halo; width at base 2' 7'') of Gautama Buddha seated cross-legged, preaching the first sermon at Sarnath, on a thick cushion supported on a seat with moulded legs."
* {{Harvard citation text|Eck|1982|p=63}}: In the most famous of these images in the Sarnath museum, the Buddha sits cross-legged, his limbs in the perfect proportions prescribed by the iconometry of the day, his hands in a teaching pose, his eyes downcast, half-shut in meditation, his head backed by a beautifully ornamented circular nimbus."
* {{Harvard citation text|Mani|2012|pp=66–67}}: "The seated Buddha, B(b) 181 showing Buddha cross-legged in the attitude of preaching, is one of the most exquisite creations of Gupta art. The halo is carved with a pair of celestial figures and conventionalized floral scroll-work."}}-->
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<!--* {{refn|group=note|name="Buswell_Lopez_renunciation"|{{harvnb|Buswell Jr.|Lopez Jr.|2014|p=entry "Sakyamuni"}} refer to the [https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitaka/mn/mn.026.than.html Ariyapariyesana Sutta], noting: "Buddha’s quest for enlightenment occurs in the ARIYAPARIYESANĀSUTTA. It is noteworthy that many of the most familiar events in the Buddha’s life are absent in some of the early accounts."<br>The Ariyapariyesana Sutta says: "So, at a later time, while still young, a black-haired young man endowed with the blessings of youth in the first stage of life — and while my parents, unwilling, were crying with tears streaming down their faces — I shaved off my hair & beard, put on the ochre robe and went forth from the home life into homelessness.}}-->