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The Jewel Translucent Sutra

Altan Khan and the Mongols in the Sixteenth Century (Brill"s Inner Asian Library)

by Johan Elverskog

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: c 1500 to c 1900,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • Erdeni tunumal neretèu sudur,
  • Asia - China,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Mongolia,
  • General,
  • Interior Design - General,
  • Anda,,
  • Mongols,
  • Asia - General,
  • 1507-1581,
  • 16th century,
  • Erdeni tunumal neretu sudur,
  • Erdeni tunumal neretèu sudur,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9084757M
    ISBN 109004132619
    ISBN 109789004132610

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The Jewel Translucent Sutra: Altan Khan and the Mongols in the Sixteenth Century by Johan Elverskog (Brill's Inner Asian Library, 8: Brill Academic) The first full-fledged critical edition and historical study of the Erdeni Tunumal Sudur, the Mongolian history of Altan Khan and his descendants, offering a full-range English-written historical and literary evaluation of this unique and fairly Cited by: 5.

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With transcription, word index and English translation, as well as extensive commentary Cited by: 5. 正統 **** 以子之矛,攻子之盾。 -- 頃讀Johan Elverskog的《寶明經:十六世紀的阿勒坦汗與蒙古》(The Jewel Translucent Sutra: Altan Khan and the Mongols in the Sixteenth Century),書中頁6註13及一位清代蒙古貴族對於中國正史中正統的批評,非常有趣,故略記於下。Author: Johan Elverskog.

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JEWEL MIRROR SAMADHI TRANSLATION STUDY. INTRODUCTION The Jewel Mirror Samadhi is an important Zen poem chanted as a sutra in Soto Zen monasteries. It is usually attributed to Dongshan Liangjie 洞山良价– “Cave Mountain Good Servant” (Tozan Ryokai, ).He is the 38th ancestor in the Soto lineage, in the 10th generation after Bodhidharma.

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Over the course of some alliterative quatrains, Erdeni tunumal sudur (c. ; “Jewel Translucent Sutra”), an anonymous biography of Altan Khan, relates the story of his wars with the Ming dynasty and his alliance with the Dalai Lama.

A rock inscription () preserved a uniquely personal poem by the Chinggisid prince Tsogtu about his. The first is Sino-Inner Asian history during the Ming-Qing period (). Here my books include The Jewel Translucent Sutra: Altan Khan and the Mongols in the Sixteenth Century, The Pearl Rosary: Mongol Historiography in Early 19th Century Ordos, and Our Great Qing.

The knowledge and vision of the Buddha is just your own mind; there is no other Buddha. Such is the teaching of Master Huineng ( ), the most important and most revered figure in the Chan (Zen) School of East Asian Buddhism. Huineng left no written record, but his students compiled accounts of his public lectures and one-on-one exchanges, together with the dramatic story of his life.5/5(1).

Elverskog, J. Excerpt from The Jewel Translucent Sutra: Altan Khan and the Mongols in the Sixteenth Century Serruys, H. () “Early Lamaism in Mongolia” Heissig, W. () “A Mongolian Source to the Lamaist Suppression of Shamanism in the 17th century” listed at the back of this book.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Huineng, [Liuzudashi fa bao tan jing. English] The Sixth Patriarch's Dharma jewel platform sutra: with the commentary of Venerable Master Hsuan Hua, English translation by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. cm Includes Size: 2MB.

Indra's net (also called Indra's jewels or Indra's pearls, Sanskrit Indrajāla) is a metaphor used to illustrate the concepts of Śūnyatā (emptiness), pratītyasamutpāda (dependent origination), and interpenetration in Buddhist philosophy.

The metaphor's earliest known reference is found in the Atharva was further developed by the Mahayana school in the 3rd century Avatamsaka Sutra. Readings: Altan Tobchi excerpts (in readings packet); begin Elverskog, Jewel Translucent Sutra Map Quiz 2 in class, Thursday, February 2 Week 5: February 7 (lecture), February 9 (discussion) Culture in the Northern Yuan Dynasty Readings: Elverskog, Jewel Translucent Sutra, to p.

First Graduate Session this Size: 42KB. The first is Sino-Inner Asian history during the Ming-Qing period (). Here his books include The Jewel Translucent Sutra: Altan Khan and the Mongols the Sixteenth Century, The Pearl Rosary: Mongol Historiography in Early 19th Century Ordos, and Our Great Qing: The Mongols, Buddhism and the State in Late Imperial China.

The Diamond Sutra is the sutra on non-attachment or the perfection of wisdom. That, of course, is putting it simply, as only Buddhists can do. I studied this book on and off for 6 months and I will continue to come back to it as being definitive on the subject/5.

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