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The Nichiren Web is Open to all websites that explicitly honor the Lotus Sutra, including but not limited to Tendai and the many Schools which derive from the 13th century Buddhist priest, Nichiren DaiShonin, who lived from 1222-1282 during Japan's Kamakura period. A project of the interfaith oriented, Nichiren's Coffeehouse.
 

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   The Spell Kings of Esoteric Buddhism Preview Go
Esoteric Buddhism was established in India in the 7th century although some elements of esotericism can be seen in earlier sutras. Kodo Daishi introduced it to Japan from China and founded the Shingon Sect. Tendai priests also studied Esoteric Buddhism....
   Nichiren Buddhist Art & Culture Preview Go
Nichiren was a 13th C Japanese Buddhist Saint who challenged the corrupt social and religious establishment of his time. This web view group is for folks to learn about Nichiren Buddhism and how it can help human beings solve real life problems and create culture that is truly human friendly. The focus is on shared experience through sound files, art work, essays, and photos.
   Mahavairocana on the Ichinen Sanzen Gohonzon Preview Go
A fascinating excerpt from Lucia Dolce's, "Criticism and Appropriation: Nichiren's Attitude toward Esoteric Buddhism" in the JJRS 1999 special Nichiren issue.


   The Living Rissho Ankoku Ron Preview Go
It is said that Nichirenís teachings begin and end with the Rissho Ankoku Ron... a book length gosho commentary by the Rev. Ryuei on this key writing by Nichiren Shonin.
   Chanting Nam or Namu? Does it really matter? Preview Go
There is no appreciable difference, but many people have wondered why some people chant Nam Myoho Renge Kyo & others chant Namu Myoho Renge Kyo. Even in the groups that primarily chant "Nam," they also chant "Namu" when doing three prolonged Odaimoku (Daimoku Sansho or Hiki Daimoku). Actually, the whole Nam or Namu controversy is really a non-issue....






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