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Śāṇavāsa (Śānakavāsin, Sambhūta Śāṇavāsi or Sanakavasa) was a disciple of Ananda, and is considered the fourth Indian Patriarch in Zen Buddhism after Shakyamuni, Mahakashyapa and Ananda.
- ^ Beal, Samuel (2006). SI-YU-KI: Buddhist Records of the Western World. Kessinger Publishing. ISBN 1-4286-4013-4.
- Buswell, Robert Jr; Lopez, Donald S. Jr., eds. (2013). Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism (Śānakavāsin). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. p. 766. ISBN 9780691157863.
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