Adi Buddha – The origin of Buddha

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Adi Buddha – The origin of Buddha

The that neither has beginning or ending is . He is considered to be the original Buddha. He has infinite existence, self-created and representing himself in a blue flame emitting out of a .

The great of Valley, is devoted as an Adi Buddha. The concept of Adi Buddha was first acknowledged by the Yana group of section that belongs to the Mahayana branch of . The Stupa situated on the hill near Kathmandu is considered to be Adi Buddha. The legend narrated in Swayambhu Purana says that Adi Buddha was initially visible in the form of a flame. 

The Adi Buddha is said to have been the incarnation symbol of the void and the initiator of five kinds of .

 

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