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Jnanayasas (Sanksrit; Chinese 闍那耶舍 or 尊稱) was a Buddhist monk from Magadha, northern India. He was recognised by Emperor Wen of Sui China and taught the monks Yasogupta and Jnanagupta.

He translated 7 scriptures in 51 fascicles, including:

  • Sutra of Great Compassion (大悲經)
  • Sutra of Moon Store (月藏經)

Sources

. Buddhist Door ()


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