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Adamantine Mountains

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Adamantine Mountains


“In Buddhism, the outermost mountain-range made of iron which encircles a world-system.” According to Buddhist teachings, there is an infinite number of world systems in the cosmos and our earth is one infinitesimal part of one such system.

See also: Billion-World Universe; Cosmology (Buddhist).

(The Seeker’s Glossary Of Buddhism)