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35 Buddhas of Confession

The Thirty-Five Buddhas of Confession, also known as 35 Confession Buddhas, are a popular concept in Tibetan Buddhist ritual and art. A practice of confessions and prostrations to these Buddhas is described in the Sutra of the Three Heaps (Sanskrit Triskandhadharmasutra; Tibetan phung po gsum pa'i mdo), which is is part of the larger Stack of Jewels Sutra (Sanskrit Ratnakutasutra; Tib. dkon mchog brtsegs pa'i mdo).

The 35 Confession Buddhas are: Shakyamuni, Vajragarbhapramardin, Ratnarchis, Nageshvararaja, Viresena, Viranandin, Ratnagni, Ratnachandraprabha, Amoghadarshin, Ratnachandra, Vimala, Shuradatta, Brahman, Brahmadatta, Varuna, Varunadeva, Bharadrashri, Chandashri, Anantaujas, Prabhasashri Ashokashri, Narayana, Kusumashri Brahmajyotirvikriditabhijna, Padmamajyotirvikriditabhijna, Dhanashri, Smritishri, Suparikirtitanamashri, Indraketudhvajaraja, Suvikrantashri, Yuddhajaya, Vikrantagamishri, Samantavabhasavyuhashri, Ratnapadmavikramin, Shailendraraja.

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