Fortunate Aeon Sutra
Fortunate Aeon Sutra (Skt. Bhadrakalpikasūtra; Wyl. bskal pa bzang po’i mdo) — a Mahayana sutra taught by Buddha Shakyamuni in Vaishali at the request of Bodhisattva Pramuditarāja, which describes in detail the 1002 buddhas of this Fortunate Aeon. It is found in the first volume of the sutra section of the Tibetan Kangyur. The original Sanskrit text is now lost.
- First translated from Sanskrit into Tibetan by Vidyākarasiṁha and Bandé Palyang.
- Tibetan translation revised in the 9th century by Kawa Paltsek
- Chinese translation by Dharmarakṣa.
- The Fortunate Aeon: How the Thousand Buddhas Became Enlightened (Tibetan Translation Series), 4 volume set (Berkeley: Dharma Publishing, 1986).