Siṁha (buddha)

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Siṁha (T. seng ge སེང་གེ་) is the sixth buddha of the 1000 buddhas of this Fortunate Eon, according to the Fortunate Eon Sutra (Bhadrakalpikasūtra) and other sutras of the Sanskrit tradition tradition.[1]

The Tibetan translation of this name (seng ge) means "Lion."[2]

The Fortunate Eon Sutra states:

The birthplace of the thus-gone Siṃha will be the city known as Flower God. His family will be kṣatriya. His light will extend a league. Lion Tiger will be his father. Cry of Bliss will be his mother. Great Power will be his son. Gentle will be his attendant. Wisdom Mount will be foremost in terms of insight. Cloud Bearer will be foremost in terms of miraculous abilities. His first congregation will consist of one billion members, his second of nine hundred million members, [F.103.b] and his third of eight hundred million members. The extent of his lifespan will be seventy thousand years. His sacred Dharma will remain for ten million years. His relics will be abundant.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 84000.png Dharmachakra Translation Committee (2023), Good Eon Sutra, verse 2.B.7 , 84000 Reading Room
  2. Internet-icon.svg seng ge, Christian-Steinert Dictionary


  • 84000.png Dharmachakra Translation Committee (2023), Good Eon Sutra , 84000 Reading Room