Description: WebŚāriputra (Sanskrit: शारिपुत्र; Tibetan: ཤཱ་རིའི་བུ་, Pali: Sāriputta, lit. "the son of Śāri", born Upatiṣya, Pali: Upatissa) was one of the top disciples of the Buddha.He is considered the first of the Buddha's two chief male disciples, together with Maudgalyāyana (Pali: Moggallāna).Śāriputra had a key leadership role in the ministry of the ...
DA: 13PA: 12MOZ Rank: 23
2. The Life of Sariputra, Disciple of the Buddha - Learn Religions
Description: WebJan 4, 2018 · Sariputra (also spelled Sariputta or Shariputra) was one of the foremost disciples of the historical Buddha. According to the Theravada tradition, Sariputra realized enlightenment and became an arhat while still a young man. It was said he was second only to the Buddha in his ability to teach.
DA: 48PA: 6MOZ Rank: 80
3. Shariputra | disciple of the Buddha | Britannica
Description: WebShariputra, Pali Sariputta, given name Upatissa, Brahman ascetic and famous early disciple of the Buddha. Shariputra first heard of the Buddha and his new teaching from Assaji, one of the original 60 disciples. Quickly achieving enlightenment, he developed a reputation as a master of the Abhidhamma (scholastic writings about the nature of reality).
Description: WebShariputra was born into a Brahminfamily in the village of Upatissa, near Rajagriha. His mother's name was Sari, and he came to be called "Shariputra" ("son of Sari"). Buddhist texts relate that Śāriputra and Maudgalyāyana were childhood friends who became spiritual wanderers in their youth.
Description: WebThe relics of Sariputta and Moggallana refers to the cremated remains of the Buddhist disciples Sariputta ( Sanskrit: Śāriputra; Pali: Sāriputta) and Moggallana (Sanskrit: Maudgalyāyana; Pali: Moggallāna ). Sariputta and Moggallana (also called Maha Moggallana) were the two chief disciples of the Buddha, often stylized as the right hand ...
DA: 43PA: 78MOZ Rank: 74
6. Who were Sariputra and Maudgalyayana? - Buddhism for Beginners
Description: WebSariputra (Sanskrit; Pali, Sariputta) and Maudgalyayana (Sanskrit; Pali, Mogallana) were among the Buddha’s most important disciples and are often depicted at his side—Sariputra on the Buddha’s right and Maudgalyayana on his left. Sariputra was first among the Buddha’s disciples in wisdom and understanding.
Description: WebŚāriputra. Śāriputra ( Sanskrit: शारिपुत्र) or Sāriputta ( Pāli) was one of two chief male disciples of The Buddha along with Maudgalyayana ( Pali: Moggallāna ), counterparts to the nuns Khema and Uppalavanna, named the two chief female disciples. He became an Arhat "foremost in Wisdom " renowned for his teaching and is ...
DA: 97PA: 22MOZ Rank: 42
8. Śāriputra and Maudgalyayana - Tibetan Buddhist Encyclopedia
Description: WebŚāriputra and Maudgalyayana, the of two chief male disciples of the Buddha. Teak with gilded lacquer, semiprecious stones, mirror and “pasta vitrea”. Mandalay style, c 1840. Two young brahmans, Sariputra and Maudgalyayana, were living …
Description: WebSāriputta. 1. Sāriputta Thera. The chief disciple (aggasāvaka) of Gotama - Buddha. He is also called Upatissa, which was evidently his personal name (M.i.150). The commentators say that Upatissa was the name of his village and that he was the eldest son of the chief family in the village, but other accounts give his village as Nālaka.
Description: WebŚāriputra (Pāli, Sāriputta), a disciple of Śākyamuni Buddha, attained the enlightened status of an arhat, or saint. Śāriputra is renowned for his wisdom and his expertise in abhidharma. Because of his reputation for wisdom, Śāriputra frequently appears in Mahāyāna sūtras as a prime representative of the HĪnayĀna.