Dpal gyi lhun po
Pelgyi Lhunpo was a Tibetan monk and translator active during the ninth century. He is credited with the translation of seven texts in the Kangyur and three in the Tengyur. He collaborated with multiple men from India, Kashmir, and Zahor: Sarvajñādeva, Dharmākara, Vidyakaraprabha, Dharmaśrīprabha, Vidyākarasiṃha, and Jnāñaśānti.
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One of the so-called tathāgatagarbha sūtras that features teachings on buddha-nature. In this text buddha-nature is possessed by all sentient beings and is described as luminous and pure. It is also attributed characteristics, such as being permanent, eternal, everlasting, peaceful, and a self, that echo the four perfect qualities (guṇapāramitās) often ascribed to the dharmakāya when it is treated as a synonym for buddha-nature. It also connects tathāgatagarbha to the notion of a single vehicle and asserts the definitive nature of the buddha-nature teachings in general and within this sūtra in particular.
Mahābherīsūtra;Vidyākaraprabha;bid+yA ka ra pra b+hA; Palgyi Lhunpo;dpal gyi lhun po;Guṇabhadra;'phags pa rnga bo che chen po'i le'u zhes bya ba theg pa chen po'i mdo;འཕགས་པ་རྔ་བོ་ཆེ་ཆེན་པོའི་ལེའུ་ཞེས་བྱ་བ་ཐེག་པ་ཆེན་པོའི་མདོ།;Great Drum Sūtra;Mahābherīsūtra;大法鼓經;महाभेरीसूत्र