1. a number so great it can never be counted toBuddhism, From Sanskrit “asamkhya”
2. 10^56 (or 10^64)
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3. AsaṃkhyeyaAn asaṃkhyeya is a Hindu/Buddhist name for the number 10 or alternatively for the number as it is listed in the Avatamsaka Sutra where the values are in the translation of Buddhabhadra, in that of Shikshananda and in that of Thomas Cleary who makes errors in the calculation. Asamkhyeya is a Sanskrit word that appears often in the Buddhist texts. For example, Shakyamuni Buddha is said to have practiced for three great asamkhyeya kalpas before becoming a Buddha. Asamkhyeya means ‘incalculable’.
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