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Dharmakīrtiśrī (Tibetan: Serlingpa; Wylie: gser gling pa; Chinese: 金州大師, literally "from Suvarnadvīpa"), also known as Kulānta and Suvarṇadvipi Dharmakīrti,[1][2] was a renowned 10th century Buddhist teacher remembered as a key teacher of Atiśa. His name refers to the region he lived, somewhere in Lower Burma, the Malay Peninsula or Sumatra.[3]

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  1. ^ Tibetan Literature: Studies in Genre, ed. José Ignacio Cabezón and Roger R. Jackson. Snow Lion: 1996 ISBN 1559390441 pg 546.
  2. ^ Gems of Wisdom from the Seventh Dalai Lama by Glenn H. Mullin Snow Lion: 1999 ISBN 1559391324 pg 11
  3. ^ (Buswell & 2014 247)

Buswell, Robert Jr., ed. (2014). Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. ISBN 9780691157863.