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Akṣobhyatathāgatasyavyūha (T. mi 'khrugs pa'i bkod pa'i mdo; C. Achu foguo jing 阿閦佛國經), "The Array of the Tathāgata Akṣobhya," is an early Mahayana sutra in which the Buddha teaches on Akṣobhya and his buddha-field (buddhakṣetra) of Abhirati.[1][2]

This text is also known as Akṣobhyavyūha.[1][2]

This text was translated into Chinese by Lokaksema, and later by Bodhiruci.[2]

It was translated into Tibetan by Jinamitra, Surendrabodhi and Nanam Yeshe De.[2]


  • translation in progress at 84000


  1. 1.0 1.1 Nattier 2000, pp. 80-82.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Buswell & Lopez 2014, s.v. Akṣobhyatathāgatasyavyūha.