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The Kāśyapa Chapter, title of an early Mahāyāna text, written in prose and verse, forming part of the Ratnakūṭa collection of sūtras. The text uses many similes and parables to elucidate the qualities of a Bodhisattva and the nature of emptiness (śūnyatā).

Subjects: Buddhism.

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