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吽字義 一卷=Un-ji-gi. 1 Fascicle
Author Kukai (著)=空海 (au.)
Pages251 - 251
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type工具書=Reference Book
Language中文=Chinese; 英文=English
Note出自:大藏經入門;為單篇書目簡介。(Taisho No. 2430)
Keyword空海; Kukai
AbstractUn is the transliteration of Sanskrit hum,the last letter of the alphabet in contrast to a, the first letter. This "Meanings of the Letter Hum" discusses the superficial and profound meanings of this letter,and is regarded as compulsory reading in the Shingon School. The superficial meanings of hum are elucidated from the standpoint of Exoteric Buddhism,whereas the profound meanings are clarified from the standpoint of Esoteric Buddhism.
Created date2001.10.30
Modified date2014.06.24

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