Shingon

noun a form of Buddhism emphasizing mystical symbolism of mantras and mudras and the Buddha`s ideal which is inexpressible
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Shingon

[nat] Shingon (ရှင်ကုန်း ʃɪ̀ɴ ɡóʊɴ; lit. Lady Humpback) is one of 37 nats in the official Burmese pantheon of nats. She was a maid of King Thihathu and accompanied him to the battlefront. She died on her return to the capital Ava (Inwa). She is portrayed walking limply with her hands dangling. ...
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Shingon

A Japanese Vajrayana sect.
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Shingon

esoteric Buddhist sect that has had a considerable following in Japan since its introduction from China in the 9th century. Shingon may be considered ... [9 related articles]
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Shingon

esoteric sect of Buddhism
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Shingon

Japanese school of esoteric Buddhism, one of the main Buddhist traditions of Japan. It emphasizes the gradual path to enlightenment through meditation and reflection. It was introduced to Japan from...
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shingon

mantra, shortreligious text or word, 'true words'
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Shingon

[n] - a Japanese Buddhism emphasizing mystical symbolism of mantras and mudras and the Buddha`s ideal which is inexpressible
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