Portrait of Vimalakirti by Wilhelm_Greve 1886
A wealthy man of Vaishālī who appears in the Vimalakīrti Sutra. He represents the ideal Mahayana lay believer. The Vimalakīrti Sutra depicts him as eloquently refuting the Hinayana views held by Shakyamuni’s disciples with the Mahayana doctrine of non-substantiality.
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