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Petranker and others live in another of the community’s buildings, a converted fraternity on Hillside Avenue. The Mahāyāna, or “Great Way,” originated in India, but is now the principal form of Buddhism in the Chinese cultural sphere, which includes China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. Out of compassion for humanity, he undertook the most rigid asceticism to reach the Buddhic state of enlightenment and to pass his accomplishments on to the rest of humanity. Her research interests include Tendai Pure Land Buddhism, religion and material culture, and Japanese Buddhist poetry.

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Publisher: Snow Lion (January 1, 1997)

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