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signifies this book as "the Perfection of Transcendent Wisdom (Perfect wisdom beyond ordinary limits / Prajna - प्रज्ञा wisdom and paramita पारमिमिता perfect or perfection) Prajnapramita is a central concept in Mahayana Buddhism and its practiceis believed to be the essential elements of the Bodhisattva Path. The practice of Prajnaparamita is described in the Prajnaparamita Sutras, which vary widely in length and written by different scholars. Tara and Prajnaparamita are both referred as mother of all Buddha, since Buddha is bornfrom wisdom. The Dharma is classified as inferior and superior according to the disciple's grade. In Buddhism the disciples are being classified into four differentstage of human being for example ordinary men; the stage of sainthood; Saint and bodhisattvas. In Buddhism, Dharma is referred to the teaching of Buddha, the Four Noble Truths, the Eightfold Noble Path, the three Marks of Existence, and other guidelines. The main motif is to achieve the freedom and liberation from suffering and understand the state of mind torealize the supreme happiness, the natural joy and nirvana. The happinessis classified as Ananda (Joy), Paramanda (Supreme Joy), Virmananda(Absence of Joy), and Sahajanand. (Natural Joy) The Four Noble Truths (Sanskrit: catvari aryasatyani) The Four Noble Truths are an important principle in Buddhism, classically taught by the Buddha in the Dharmacakra Pravartana Sutra. Four Noble Truths is referred to the state of mind Dukkha (Suffering), Samudaya (the cause of suffering), Nirodha (free from suffering), Marga (away to end suffering). In Buddhism, Dharma is referred to the teaching of Buddha,the Four Noble Truths, the Eightfold Noble Path, the three Marks of Existence, and other guidelines. The main motif isto achieve the freedom and liberation from suffering andunderstand the state of mind to realize the supremehappiness, the natural joy and nirvana.

Prajnaparamita (A short note)  

A short note on Prajnaparamita, Avalokiteswora, Valahassa Jatak, Bikramshila Mahabihar, Bhagwan Bahal, Thambahi, Simhala Sharthabaha, Garud...