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disciples (dizi): One who follows a particular master or Buddha. The ten most frequently mentioned disciples (in the mahayana sutras) of the Buddha were: Sariputra (wisdom), Mahamaudgalyayana (superpowers), Aniruddha or Anuruddha (heaven-eye), Subhuti (expounder of emptiness), Mahakasayapa (accomplishments), Purna (expounder of Dharma), Katyayana or Mahakatyana (discussion & exegesis), Upali (discipline), Rahula (son and esoteric activities), and Ananda (assistant who heard much).
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