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中央アジア・中国・日本

Central Asia, China, Japan
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Essays and Studies in the Art of Kucha. Essays and Studies in the Art of Kucha. Konczak-Nagel, Ines & Monika Zin ix,238p ills. 66 figs Dev Publishers 2020 13,840円 Buddhist mural painting and decoration -- China -- Kucha (Kingdom) クチャ(庫車)の仏教壁画研究シリーズ The series Leipzig Kucha Studies, in which seventeen volumes are planned, aims at publishing the results of the long-term research project (2016-2030) Buddhist Murals of Kucha on the Northern Silk Road. The first study by Ines Konczak-Nagel, “Painted Buddhist Cosmology: The Pictorial Programme of Central Pillar Caves in Kizil”, demonstrates how Buddhist cosmology, always seen in connection with the Buddhist path of salvation, is represented in the selection of topics and the arrangement of paintings on the cave walls. The second study by the same author, “Representations of Architecture and Architectural Elements in the Wall Paintings of Kucha”, is part of an ongoing extensive analysis of the material culture depicted in the paintings. The architecture represented provides insights into the local Tocharian architecture of Kucha, which has since disappeared. The study of Monika Zin, “The Monk Kāśyapa in Kucha, the First Council, and the Furtherance of Buddhist Teaching” examines the inclusion of multi-scenic representations of the first council at Rājagṛha into the sequence of paintings illustrating the events connected with Buddha’s death. There is good reason to believe that the monk Mahākāśyapa who according to legend convoked the council was wor­shipped in Kucha as a saintly guardian watching over the perpetuation of the Buddhist teachings.
Representations of the Parinirvana Story Cycle in Kucha. Representations of the Parinirvana Story Cycle in Kucha. Zin, Monika xxii,420p ills. 87 color figs. Dev Publishers 2020 25,720円 Buddhist mural painting and decoration -- China -- Kucha (Kingdom) クチャ(庫車)の仏教壁画研究シリーズ The book is a comprehensive study concerning the narrative paintings in Kucha on the Northern Silk Road featuring episodes surrounding the Buddha's death. The murals, dating from approximately the 5th to the 10th century, represent entire cycles of pictures which illustrate the events starting three months before the parinirvana and ending with the first council. All together, 39 occurrence from the parinirvana cycle have been represented in Kucha. Relying on literary sources and comparative pictorial material, the book provides descriptions and analysis of the paintings, including both those in situ in the caves and the paintings which were removed from the walls and are presently located in the Museum fur Indische Kunst in Berlin and in other collections around the world.
Trans-Himalayan Buddhism: reconnecting spaces, sharing concerns. Trans-Himalayan Buddhism: reconnecting spaces, sharing concerns. Chatterjee, Suchandana (ed.) x,120p KW Publishers/ Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Inst. of Asian Studies 2013 2,574円 Buddhism -- Central Asia -- History This book takes into account the competing discourses of preservation and revival of Buddhism in the trans-Himalayan sector. It not only deals with the cultural ethos that Buddhism represents in this region but also the diverse Buddhist traditions that are strongly entrenched despite colonial intervention. Juxtaposed to the aesthetic variant is the extremely sensitive response of the Buddhist communities in India and Asiatic Russia centred round the issue of displacement. It is this issue of duality of common traditions and fractured identities that has been dealt with in the present volume.
The Boddhisattva Warriors: The Boddhisattva Warriors: Shifu Nagaboshi Tomio (Terence Dukes) xxv,530p ills. 古書 Motilal 2000(1994) 2,356円 Martial arts (Kung fu) -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism -- History This unique study of the genesis and development of the earliest form of Buddhist self-defense practiced by Chuan Fa monks and mystics shows both the philosophical and physical basis of the skills developed and passed on to subsequent generations. There are many who mistakenly believe Buddhism to be a predominately philosophical teaching that regards physical and spiritual being as incompatible, or even antagonistic, toward each other. This book seeks to reunite these concepts. Its teaching draws equally on the practices of Nothern Chinese Chaan Movement Meditation Traditions and on the South Chinese Esoteric(Mi Chiao) School - both secret traditions rarely revealed to the general public. Extensive appendices list the main Chinese dynasties, events during 1000 years of Indian and Chinese Buddhism, and translations of Bodhidharma's texts, including "The Six Gates, Entering the Buddha's Path, " and "The Treatise upon the Bloodline Teaching of True Dharma."

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