2006 年 55 巻 1 号 p. 415-412,1225
The purpose of this research is to clarify the position of the Dramidamantrapada (Dravidan incantation) explained to the Karunapundrika (KP, 悲華経) in Indian Buddhist literature.
According to chapter 2 of the KP, if Bodhisattvas recite the Dramidamantrapada, they can achieve the Sarvajñakaradharanimukhapravesa. Moreover, the Mahamayurividyarajñi (MV, 孔雀明王経) explains the magical power of the Dramida-mantrapada.
On the other hand, the Abhidharma-mahavibhasa-sastra and the Udanavarga explain the Four Noble Truths (四諦) in the Dravidian dialect.
As a result, we can particularly posit the KP as being closely related to the MV.