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  • '''Shinbutsu shūgō''' (Japanese for the "fusion of ''kami'' and Buddhas") refers to a form of cultural-religious [[syncretism]] that
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  • ...folk religion. The Shinto pantheon alone boasts an uncountable number of ''kami'' (deities or spirits). One notable aspect of Japanese mythology is that it ... includes an assortment of supernatural beings, such as ''bodhisattva,'' ''kami'' (gods and revered spirits), ''yōkai'' (monster-spirits) (such as ''oni,'
    34 KB (5,663 words) - 22:13, 24 March 2018
  • ...and hand clapping are meant to wake up or attract the attention of the ''[[kami]]'' of the shrine, so that one's prayer may be heard. ...hs, it is not considered irregular or inappropriate to ask favors of the ''kami'' in this way, and indeed many shrines are associated with particular favor
    31 KB (4,928 words) - 02:45, 14 June 2019
  • ...y at a temple as a young man, but that he rejected temple life and went in search of adventure. While still a boy, he left home for Totomi province (present-
    22 KB (3,318 words) - 20:16, 14 December 2015
  • ... The oppressed ethnic communities of Nepal belonging to the [[Kami (caste)|Kami]], [[Damai]] and [[Sarki]] people also migrated in large numbers to the reg
    23 KB (3,408 words) - 19:03, 10 April 2018
  • ...ations had the means and leisure time to support a new mass culture. Their search for enjoyment became known as ''ukiyo'' (“the floating world”), an idea ...nces—for contaminating Japan's ancient ways. Japan was the land of the ''kami'' and therefore had a special destiny.
    38 KB (5,743 words) - 19:37, 25 September 2017
  • ...he Western calendar), two ''[[daimyo]],'' [[Asano Naganori|Asano Takumi-no-Kami Naganori]], the young daimyo of [[Akō, Hyōgo|Akō]] (a small [[fiefdom]] ...nty-two, including his grandson. Of Kira, however, there was no sign. They searched the house, but all they found were crying women and children. They began
    34 KB (5,652 words) - 20:57, 26 August 2019
  • ... of Jesus in the Gospel of John.<ref>[http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=john%2013:1-13:17;&version=31; John 13:1-17] ''www.biblegateway.com'' Retri ...erforming a ritual hand washing.<ref>[http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew%2027:24;&version=31; Matthew 27:24] ''www.biblegateway.com'' Retrie
    20 KB (3,142 words) - 02:54, 14 October 2019
  • ...sia''], (University of Hawaii Press, 1996. ISBN 0824818520). ''Google Book Search''. Retrieved April 20, 2007.</ref> ... Japan''], (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000). ''Google Book Search''. Retrieved April 20, 2007.</ref>
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  • ...ove to [[India]], the [[Persian Gulf|Gulf]] countries, and [[Malaysia]] in search of work. Nepal receives $50 million a year through the highly esteemed Gurk ... percent), Tharu (6.6 percent), Tamang (5.5 percent), Newar (5.4 percent), Kami (3.9 percent), Yadav (3.9 percent), other (32.7) percent, unspecified (2.8)
    49 KB (7,064 words) - 23:39, 15 November 2018
  • ...hitectural motifs, Buddhist imagery, and a select few representations of [[Kami|Japanese gods]]. ...ugh impressionistic and unadorned “non-dualistic” representations. The search for enlightenment “in the moment” also led to the development of other
    38 KB (5,682 words) - 16:03, 20 December 2016
  • ...ental labor council Wilhelm held so dear. The final break came as Bismarck searched for a new [[parliament|parliamentary]] majority, with his ''Kartell'' vot ... of [[Osnabrück]], of [[Hildesheim]], of [[Verden, Germany|Verden]], of [[Kamie_ Pomorski|Kammin]], of [[Fulda]], of [[Nassau (state)|Nassau]] and of [[Mo
    73 KB (11,298 words) - 16:53, 6 August 2013
  • ...n travelers attracted by Eastern [[mysticism]], especially during the soul-searching era of the 1960s and 1970s. While the spectacular landscape and the lure ...ru 6.6 percent, Tamang 5.5 percent, Newar 5.4 percent, Muslim 4.2 percent, Kami 3.9 percent, Yadav 3.9 percent, other 32.7 percent, unspecified 2.8 percent
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