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Maishin Kaju Hotsuganmon 毎晨課誦發願文
|Title:||Maishin Kaju Hotsuganmon 毎晨課誦發願文|
毎晨課誦発願文 Vows chanted during the daily morning recitation of the sutras.
|Authors:||Tōrei Enji, 東嶺圓慈|
|Keywords:||Daily sutra recitation; Japanese monk; Rinzai Zen; Tokugawa period; Reisenji; Japanese Buddhism.|
|LC Subject Headings:||BQ9399.E597|
|Abstract:||Archival material from the Reisenji 齡仙寺. Provides insight into the daily recitation performed in a Japanese Zen temple of the Rinzai tradition.|
|Description:||This booklet has never been published before and this 2018 digitization of the woodblock print provides the first release of this text into the public domain. The last lines include Tōrei's special signature (kamon 花文), as well as the date 1751. Here is the original passage: 寳暦辛未夏因應法弟東愚首座之需 [Written] in the summer of the first year (kanoto-hitsuji) of Hōreki, in response to a request by the head-monk Tōgu (n.d.).|
|Rights:||This unpublished work was composed in 1751. It is copyright free.|
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