(Pinyin: Píshèpó Fó)
(romaji: Bishafu Butsu)
(RR: Bisabu Bul)
Phra Wetsaphu Phutthachao
Wylie: thams cad skyob
|Vietnamese||Phật Tỳ Xá Phù|
|Venerated by||Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana|
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According to the Buddhavaṃsa, Vessabhū is believed to be the twenty fourth Buddha. He was born in the pleasance of Anoma (Commentary, Anūpama), his father being the khattiya Suppatita (Supatita) and his mother Yasavatī.*  He is venerated by the Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana traditions.
He is believed to have lived for six thousand years he lived in the household in three palaces: Ruci, Suruci and Vaddhana (Rativaddhana); his wife was Sucittā, and their son Suppabuddha. He left home in a golden palanquin, practiced austerities for six months, was given rice milk by Sirivaddhanā of Sucittanigama, and grass for his seat by the Nāga king Narinda, and attained Enlightenment under a sāla tree. He preached his first sermon at Anurārāma to his brothers, Sona and Uttara, who became his chief disciples.
- Malalasekera, GP (2007). "Buddha". Dictionary of Pāli proper names. Delhi, India: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Private Limited. pp. 294–305. ISBN 978-81-208-3020-2.
- Davids, TWR; Davids, R (1878). "The successive bodhisats in the times of the previous Buddhas". Buddhist birth-stories; Jataka tales. The commentarial introduction entitled Nidana-Katha; the story of the lineage. London: George Routledge & Sons. pp. 115–44.