Buddhism: Lineages: Pure Land and Shin: Sutras
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Smaller Sukhavativyuha Sutra
Smaller Sukhavativyuha Sutra. Translated from the Chinese Version of Kumarajiva by Nishu Utsuki.
The Sutra on the Buddha of Eternal Life. Translated from the Sanskrit by F. Max Mueller edited by Richard St. Clair.
The Sutra of Contemplation on Buddha Amitayus
This English translation by J. Takakusu published originally as vol. XLIX of The Sacred Books of the East series (Oxford, 1894, public domain) has been edited for ease of reading and comprehension by modern readers.
The Sutra of Visualization of the Buddha of Infinite Life
This Sutra played a central role in the emergence of Pure Land Buddhism as a major Buddhist school.
The Collected Works of Shinran
Online publication of the translated complete works of Shinran Shonin (1173-1262), founder of Jodo-Shinshu or True Pure Land School of Buddhism.
The Buddha's expounding of the Amitabha Sutra!
Dragon Flower Ch'an Temple translation
The Smaller Pure Land Sutra
Translated into Chinese by Hsuan-tsang (T367) Translated into English by Charles Patton Version 1.1 (Last Revised: 2/6/98)
The Visualization of the Buddha of Infinite Lifespan Sūtra
The Visualization of the Buddha of Infinite Lifespan Sūtra (by Charles Patton) This is a PDF File.
The Larger Sukhavati-Vyuha
The Larger Sukhavati-Vyuha. Description of Sukhavati, The Land of Bliss.
Instructions on the Amitabha Sadhana.
The Principal Sutras and Texts of Pure Land Buddhism
Translated hypertexts provided by the Jodo Shu Research Institute
The Amitabha Sutra
Translated into Chinese by Tripitaka Master Kumarajiva Translated from Chinese into English by J.C. Cleary
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