bskal pa

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བསྐལ་པ།

eon [RB]

1) universal; 2) gifted, fortunate; 3) long, removed, distant, protracted or hard to understand [anything]; 4) kalpa [age, cosmic period, very long measure of time syn: spyad zin pa dang, yongs gyur, lo'i phung po] [IW]

1) universal; 2) gifted, fortunate; 3) long, removed, distant, protracted or hard to understand [anything]; 4) kalpa [IW]

1) aeon, kalpa, age, period, cosmic period; time. 2) universally. See also / sometimes misspelling of skal pa [RY]

kalpa, age, eon, fabulous period of time, various ages of the world, more than four billion years [JV]

Kalpa - de yang srid pa chags gnas 'jig stong bzhi'i yun la bskal pa zhes grags pa the time it takes for the universe to form, to stay in existence, to be destroyed and to remain in a state of emptiness is called a kalpa [RY]

Kalpa (bskal pa): A great kalpa, which corresponds to a cycle of formation and destruction of a universe, is divided into eighty intermediate kalpas. An intermediate kalpa is composed of one small kalpa during which the span of life, etc., increases and one small kalpa during which it decreases. [MR]