A Kanji Index to Shinran's Bussetsu Amida-Kyo and Bussetsu Kanmuryoju-Kyo (Part 2 of 3)
Shinran's Bussetsu Amida-Kyo and Bussetsu Kanmuryoju-Kyo were transcribed around 1200 by one of the greatest religionist in Japan, Shinran, 1173-1262. The kana and accent marks were added beside the kanji by Shinran. These marks indicate the pronunciation of the kanji at the beginning of the 13th century. The pronunciation of most of the kanji belongs to go on (呉音).
The two Buddhist scriptures were reproduced in photostat as the seventh volume of the complete works of Shinran, Shinran Shonin Shinseki Shusei, and they are available for the further research. It is believed that their value will be increased by the index compiled by the present writer.
The rest of the index will be carried on and after the next volume of this Bulletin.
比治山女子短期大学紀要 : Bulletin of Hijiyama Women's Junior College
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