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Tathata

[ tuht-uh-tah ]
/ ˈtʌt əˌtɑ /
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noun Buddhism.
the absoluteness of Sunya.
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Also called Bhutatathata.

Origin of Tathata

<Pali tathatā, noun derivative of tathā thus <Sanskrit

Words nearby Tathata

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How to use Tathata in a sentence

  • Fire and water, though phenomenally different, are from the point of view of Buddha-tathata absolutely identical.

    The Religions of Japan|William Elliot Griffis
  • Nature absolute, or Buddha-tathata, is the essence of all things.

    The Religions of Japan|William Elliot Griffis
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