The friendship between the Native Official surnamed Mu in Lijiang, Yunnan and the lama of the Karma pa sect during the Ming dynasty

明代丽江木氏土司与藏转佛教噶尔玛派转生喇嘛的交流

The friendship between the Native Official surnamed Mu in Lijiang, Yunnan and the lama of the Karma pa sect during the Ming dynasty

山田敕之 Yamada Noriyuki

神户大学综合人间科学研究科

The Native Official surnamed Mu was called “buffer” and held in great account by the Ming dynasty. They occupied and ruled Tibetan regions whereas they maintained a friendship with the Karma pa sect, and then donated money to them for publishing the ‘jang edition of the Tibetan bka’ ‘gyur《丽江版甘珠尔》in the early 17th century. With a focus on these cases, the purpose of this presentation is that the details of the friendship between the Native Official surnamed Mu and the lama of the Karma pa sect are made clear.

First, it is made clear the details of the friendship between them with a focus on the facts that the successive Native Official surnamed Mu donated and built the monasteries for the Karma pa sect, and the latter preached and initiated the former in the records of the Tibetan documents, GB《噶尔玛噶举派高僧传》and KPGT《智者喜宴》.

Next, Buddhism deeds for publishing the ‘jang edition of the Tibetan bka’ ‘gyur are especially focused, and then the details are made clear by using DS《大藏经序》written by the sixth Red Hat Karma pa Lama, Gar dbang chos kyi dbang phyug

It is considerd that a case of the friendship among many tribes in China during the Ming dynasty can be shown by making clear the status of the friendship between them.

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