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From the eight streamers God of Ancient Nara period of Japan

Author: ZhangFang
Tutor: SunYuLin
School: Shanxi University
Course: Japanese Language and Literature
Keywords: Deities learning together Hachiman God Great Bodhisattva Hachiman Hachiman faith
CLC: B929
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2013
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Shinto is Japanese inherent national religion, Christianity and Islam unlike monotheism, is a kind of polytheism, life practice it produces to the Japanese people, from Japan's first gods belief. The gods belief formed in Japanese rice agriculture first Yayoi, originally is the people to pray for the prosperity, crop yield, a natural weather and the formation of faith. Buddhism as the carrier of civilization in the middle of the sixth Century, the Korean Peninsula was introduced into Japan, after the collision and confrontation with Japan's inherent cultural beliefs, gradually in the Japanese society based, grounded, development. Buddhism spread widely in years, with Japan's national religion of Shinto constantly intersection, fusion. The Buddha in Huitong, fusion of historical phenomenon, Japan called "Nara period". Nara period has been one of the problems through the study of Japanese religions, slightly exaggerated to say, Nara period of Japan's history is the history of religion. So far, Nara period are all seen as associated with religious and cultural issues. However, Nara period in its establishment, development of the Nara and Heian period, and the problem is political and thought, closely related with the political system and the right to control. In ancient Japan's first contact with Buddhism, but also play a leading role in the process of God eight streamers in the Nara period, from the beginning of its establishment includes Buddhist factors strong. Widely spread in the establishment, shrine temple, Todaiji Buddha built eight streamers to Beijing, the throne holder, God declared Bendichuiji and Nara period of faith, eight streamers God often being at the forefront of Nara period, eight streamers God's history is entirely the Nara period of history. This thesis studies play an important role in the eight streamers of God in the Nara period in history, elucidate the relationship between eight streamers of gods and Buddhas integrity formation.

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