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“Gongyō (勤行) is a Japanese word that means "assiduous practice" and refers to a formalized...Gongyo
“The Three Jewel Temples of Korea are the three principal Buddhist temples in Korea, each...Three Jewel Temples of Korea
“The Shurangama Mantra is a dharani or long mantra of East Asian Mahayana and Tibetan Vajrayana...Shurangama Mantra
“Wang ocheonchukguk jeon (pinyin: wǎng wǔ tiānzhú guó chuán; "An account of travel to the five...Wang ocheonchukguk jeon
“Kegon (華厳) ([kegõɴ], or in some dialects, [keŋõɴ]) is the name of the Japanese transmission of...Kegon
“ko:대한불교천태종 Cheontae is the Korean descendant of the Chinese Buddhist school Tiantai. Tiantai was...Cheontae
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