|For Pali tradition, see ten paramis|
jñāna-pāramitā (T. ye shes kyi pha rol tu phyin pa ཡེ་ཤེས་ཀྱི་ཕ་རོལ་ཏུ་ཕྱིན་པ་; C. 智到彼岸) is translated as "perfection of exalted wisdom," "perfection of primordial wisdom," "perfection of knowledge," etc. It is the tenth of the ten paramitas of the Sanskrit tradition, which is mastered on the tenth bodhisattva ground (dharmameghā-bhūmi) of the bodhisattva path.
One Teacher, Many Traditions states:
- The perfection of exalted wisdom knows the diversity of phenomena, conventionalities, and enables bodhisattvas to be of great benefit to all beings.
- Dictionaries/Sgra_bye_brag_tu_rtogs_byed_chen_mo/1031, Rangjung Yeshe Wiki
- A Brief Guide to the Stages and Paths of the Bodhisattvas, Lotsawa House
- Dalai Lama & Thubten Chodron 2014, s.v. Chapter 13, section "Perfections of Skillful Means, Power, and Exalted Wisdom".