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Trikaya

Introduction

Trikaya is a major worship object  in Mahayana Buddhism, which, originated in India, is one of the two existing branches of Buddism. Trikaya literally refers to the three bodies of  Buddhas; according to Indian philosophy, there are two categories of Trikaya; one by space and the other by time: Bhaisajyaguru of the East, Gautama in central and Amitabha of the West, and the ancient Dīpankara Buddha , Gautama in present and Maitreya in the future. 

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Trikaya

Trikaya is a major worship object  in Mahayana Buddhism, which, originated in India, is one of the two existing branches of Buddism. Trikaya literally refers to the three bodies of  Buddhas; according to Indian philosophy, there are two categories of Trikaya; one by space and the other by time: Bhaisajyaguru of the East, Gautama in central and Amitabha of the West, and the ancient Dīpankara Buddha , Gautama in present and Maitreya in the future.