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puṇyaprasava (T. bsod nams 'phel/bsod nams skeys; C. fusheng tian 福生天), or "great merit," is the is the second highest realm in the "heaven of the ordinary beings" within the form realm (rūpadhātu), according to the Sanskrit tradition.

It is called the realm of "great merit" because beings are born in this realm only through the accumulation of great merit.

This realm is not mentioned in the Pali tradition.[1]