the three bodies = trikaya (Skt)
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The sanshin (三線, literally `three strings`) is an Okinawan musical instrument and precursor of the Japanese shamisen. Often likened to a banjo, it consists of a snakeskin-covered body, neck and three strings. Its close resemblance in both appearance and name to the Chinese sanxian suggests its Chinese origins, the old Ryūkyū Kingdom (pre-J..
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Sanshin (산신) are the local gods of mountains in Korean mythology. They are often paired with a tiger. The Japanese equivalent is the yama-no-kami or yamagami. In Korea, every Buddhist temple has a dedicated shrine called Sanshin-gak (산신각, 山神閣), to Sanshin, who is typically represented as an elder male figure surround
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