Mount Meru (Buddhism)
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Mount Meru (also Sumeru (Sanskrit) or Sineru (Pāli) or Kangrinboqe) is the name of the central world-mountain in Buddhist cosmology.
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- He was like Mount Sumeru, king of mountains, rising up out of the great sea.
- About Gautama Buddha, Vimalakirti Sutra, as translated by Burton Watson, Columbia University Press, 2000, ISBN: 0231106572.
- Painting of Sumeru found in Buddhist cave sanctuary in Xinjiang
- Mount Meru According to the Abhidharmakośa (Huntington Archive)  Stūpa as Mount Meru (ibid.)