歌利王 Gēlì wáng

Gēlì wáng proper noun Rajah of Kalinga; King Kali; Kalirājā
Domain: Buddhism 佛教
Notes: Sanskrit equivalent: kalirājā, a figure from a previous life of the Buddha who chopped off his limbs. The Buddha demonstrated the paramita of forbearance when Kalirājā did this. There is a reference to this story in the Diamond Sutra (Conze 1988, ch 14; FGDB '歌利王'; SH ''歌利王', p. 424)

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  • Scroll 6 Jingang Xian Lun 金剛仙論 — count: 7
  • Scroll 2 Jingang Bore Jing Zan Shu 金剛般若經贊述 — count: 4
  • Scroll 4 Jingang Bore Shu 金剛般若疏 — count: 2
  • Scroll 1 Jingang Boreboluomi Jing Zhujie 金剛般若波羅蜜經註解 — count: 2
  • Leaving appearances: Nirvāṇa 離相寂滅分 Diamond Sūtra Discussion — count: 2
  • Scroll 2 Guanyin Xuan Yi 觀音玄義 — count: 1
  • Scroll 2 Vajracchedikāprajñāpāramitāsūtraśāstra (Jingang Bore Boluomi Jing Lun) 金剛般若波羅蜜經論 — count: 1
  • Scroll 5 Father and Son Compilation (Fu Zi He Ji Jing) 父子合集經 — count: 1
  • Scroll 1 Tiantai Ba Jiao Dayi (The Main Ideas of the Eight Teachings of Tiantai) 天台八教大意 — count: 1
  • Scroll 74 The Sounds and Meanings of all the Terms in the Canonical Texts 一切經音義 — count: 1

Collocations

  • 歌利王割 (歌利王割) 如我昔為歌利王割截身體 — Diamond Sūtra 金剛般若波羅蜜經, Chinese text from the Taisho — count: 24