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Buddhist Sutra Libraries

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Open to all Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana websites specifically devoted to the Buddha's Suttas, Sastras, Sutras, commentaries or liturgies.
 

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   St. Nichiren Records Visit in a Dream: 25 June 1254 Preview Go
The two newest halographs in the GohonzonShu (1999) drawn by Nichiren at the very begining of his teaching career after two fiery & passionate buddhist deities called Fudo & Aizen visited him in a dream to urge him to propagate the Lotus Sutra. All Nichiren's Mandalas from the very begining include these two characters as sanskrit seed syllables on the far right & far left.
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The short-cut address for Nichiren's Coffeehouse, the RingMaster's Buddhist homepage.


   The Writings of Nichiren DaiShonin Preview Go
A complete listing of the authenitic writings of the priest Nichiren who lived in 13th century Japan; with extensive links to gosho translations in many Western languages.
   Theravada Buddhism Preview Go
Links and resources for the oldest surviving school of Buddhism. Homepage for the Buddhist Sutta Libraries webring!
   Tao-sheng and the Mahaparinirvana Sutra Preview Go
Tao-sheng (c. 360-434) was a neo-Taoist Buddhist scholar who first proclaimed in China (and was exiled for) the doctrine of the universal Buddha Nature based upon the Nirvana Sutra, chapter 12, included here.
   Master Dogen's Hokke-ten-Hokke Preview Go
Now Online! This is the 13th century Japanese Zen Master Dogen's fascinating essay on the Lotus Sutra from his Shobogenzo, called Hokke-ten-Hokke, or "The Flower of Dharma turns the Flower of Dharma."
   Master Hakuin's Letter in 1747 to a Hokke Nun Preview Go
The Zen Master Hakuin's 'Letter in Answer to an Old Nun of the Hokke [Nichiren] Sect' on the Lotus Sutra, the Odaimoku and the True Face of the Lotus using many parables and ends with a koan on the death of Nan-ch'uan.
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Interfaith links and resources at the Coffeehouse
   Buddhist Sutra Libraries Preview Go
Links and resources for online Sutras and Suttas from many traditions. Books available through Amazon.com and elsewhere. Home of the Buddhist Sutra Libraries WebRing.






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