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It seems only half-complete; it spends a lot of time talking about things not related to Trikaya, and never gets around to discussing the nature and functions of the three kayas themselves. I came here hoping for links to help clarify a mention of the different kayas in another article, but this one isn't very helpful. Unfortunately I don't know that much about the topic and I don't want to step into the middle of an evolving article. Is more going to be written soon? RandomCritic 23:06, 26 May 2006 (UTC)
No kidding. I tried to make some improvements (and actually find the right citations in the Pali Canon...not fun). It's a little better, but still needs work. :( Ph0kin 19:42, 27 July 2007 (UTC)
Looks like the page is missing or something. Hitting the link to "Nirmanakaya" within the "Trikaya" page keeps us on the "Trikaya" page, and entering "Nirmanakaya" manually into the URL brings us to "Trikaya". Any fixes? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Wiki123qwe (talk • contribs) 04:00, 26 March 2010 (UTC)