By Ārya Nāgārjuna, Bhikshu Dharmamitra
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35 047 b. The Unreality of Production and Both Prior and Concurrent Cause As for two types of causation, prior cause and concurrent cause, According to [ultimate] reality, they do not qualify as causes. 36 048 c. The Fallaciousness of Polarity and Interdependency-Based Designations Where the existence of “that” is linked to the existence of “this,” As with “long” and “short”— And where, because “this” is produced, “that” is produced, As with a “lantern” and “light”—[these are inadmissible]. 049 Where there is first something “long” and later something “short,” This is invalid, for these [attributes] are not intrinsic to their nature.
The World Is Illusory, Transcends Dual Concepts, etc. 009 [Response (9a–15d)]: Because this Dharma is so profound, When with the common person, it is kept secret and not discussed. The teaching that the world is like an illusory conjuration Is the sweet-dew ambrosia (amṛta) of the Buddha’s teaching. 010 This is comparable to a magically-conjured elephant64 Which, even being such, may be seen to appear and disappear. As for this elephant as well as its appearance and disappearance, From the perspective of reality, it is discerned to be non-existent.
56 Ārya Nāgārjuna’s Strand of Jewels 1–082 1–082 阴非我我所离阴我不显 陰非我我所離陰我不顯 不如薪火杂何依阴成我 不如薪火雜何依陰成我 1–083 1–083 地界非三大地中亦无三 地界非三大地中亦無三 三中亦无地相离互不成 三中亦無地相離互不成 1–084 1–084 地水火风大各自性不成 地水火風大各自性不成 一离三不成三离一亦尔 一離三不成三離一亦爾 1–085 1–085 一三及三一相离若不成 一三及三一相離若不成 各各自不成彼相离云何 各各自不成彼相離云何 1–086 1–086 若各离自成离薪何无火 若各離自成離薪何無火 动碍及相聚水风地亦然 動礙及相聚水風地亦然 1–087 1–087 若火不自成三云何各立 若火不自成三云何各立 三大缘生义相违云何成 三大緣生義相違云何成 1–088 1–088 若彼各自成云何更互有 若彼各自成云何更互有 若各自不成云何互成有 若各自不成云何互成有 1–089 1–089 若言不相离诸大各自成 若言不相離諸大各自成 不3杂则不共若＊杂非独成 不3雜則不共若＊雜非獨成 简体字 正體字 Chapter 1: On Gaining Happiness and Liberation 082 57 a.
A Strand of Dharma Jewels: A Bodhisattva’s Profound Teachings On Happiness, Liberation, and the Path: The Rāja Parikathā Ratnāvalī Composed by Ārya Nāgārjuna for a South Indian Monarch by Ārya Nāgārjuna, Bhikshu Dharmamitra