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Pekka Airaksinen

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Studio Album, released in 1996

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dana Paramita (8:44)
2. Kshanti Paramita (7:01)
3. Virya Paramita (6:18)
4. Dhyana Paramita (3:48)
5. Dhyana Paramita (1:55)
6. Prajna Paramita (2:34)
7. Prahna Paramita (7:23)
8. Upaya Paramita (6:41)
9. Pranidhana Paramita (4:59)
10. Bala Paramita (4:53)
11. Jnana Paramita (7:09)

Total Time: 61:25

Line-up / Musicians

- Instrumentation could not be verified at this time.

Releases information

1996 - CDr - Dharmakustannus (ORFB-106)
2014 - Digital download

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