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Title: mChims Nam-mkha'-gragsとsNar-thang寺の学系について
Other Titles: mChims Nam-mkha'-grags and the sNar-thang-pa Tradition
Authors: 伏見, 英俊
Author's alias: Fushimi, Hidetoshi
Keywords: mChims Nam-mkha'-grags
ナルタン寺
チベット
Issue Date: 1-Apr-2010
Publisher: 関西大学東西学術研究所
Shimei: 関西大学東西学術研究所紀要
Volume: 43
Start page: 21
End page: 33
Abstract: The bKa'-gdams-pa tradition stemming from the teachings of Ati'sa (982?-1054) is known for its significant influence on later Tibetan Buddhism, including the bKa'-brgyud-pa, Sa-skya-pa, and dGe-lugs-pa traditions. In particular, the scholastic tradition of the sNar-thang monastery, which succeeded to the teachings of Po-to-ba (1027/1031-1105), can be greatly considered from various viewpoints. For example, the seventh abbot of the sNar-thang monastery, mChims Nam-mkha'-grags (1210-1285), was known as a savant and authority on the lam rim (stages of the path) and the Abhidharmako'sa. He had a deep tie with the Sa-skya-pas due to his connection with 'Phags-pa (1235-1280). mChims Nam-mkha'-grags's disciples included sMon-lam-tshul-khrims (1219-1299), the eighth abbot of the sNar-thang monastery, and bCom-ldan Rig-ral (1227-1305), who attended the editorial project of the Tibetan Buddhist canon. This shows that he is one of the key persons in the history of Tibetan Buddhism.
As part of my research on Sa-skya Pandita (1182-1251), I analyzed the relations between the thought of Thub pa'i dgongs gsal, which teaches the theory and practice of bodhisattava path, and the lam rim and bstan rim (stages of the doctrine) literature of the bKa'-gdams-pa tradition. In this paper, while developing my existing research, I considered the significance of mChims Nam-mkha'-grags in Tibetan Buddhism from the viewpoints listed below by using historical documents on mChims Nam-mkha'-grags and the recent publication bKa'gdams phyogs bsgrigs, edited by dPal brtsegs bod yig dpe rnying zhib 'jug khang.
1. Hearing from the teaching of masters such as mChims Blo-gros-bstan-pa, dPal -ldan-gro-mo-che, Zhang-ston Chos-kyi-bla-ma, and Sangs-rgyas-sgom-pa
2. Commentarial works on the Abhidharmako'sa and the study of the Abhidharmako'sa tramsmitted by the mChims clan
3. Literature on the Lam rim
4. Literature on the Chos 'byung
5. Ritual of Sixteen Great Arhats
type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/3364
ISSN: 02878151
NCID: AN0004709X
Text Version: publisher
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