Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in East Asia

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This volume, the result of an international collaboration of forty scholars, provides a comprehensive resource on Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in their Chinese, Korean, and Japanese contexts from the first few centuries of the common era to the present.
 

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Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in East Asia Some Methodological Considerations
3
Esoteric Buddhism in South Asia
19
Canonical and Noncanonical Sources and Materials
25
3 Taishō Volumes 1821
27
4 Textual Material Relating to Esoteric Buddhism in China Outside the Taishō vol 1821
37
Esoteric Buddhist Practices
69
5 Abhisẹka
71
6 Mudrā Mantra and Mandala
76
46 Esoteric Buddhist Art Under the Nanzhao and Dali Kingdoms
487
47 Esoteric Buddhist Art in China 9601279
498
The Broader Impact of Esoteric Buddhism
513
48 The Esotericization of Chinese Buddhist Practices
515
49 Song Tiantai GhostFeeding Rituals
520
50 Avalokiteśvara
525
51 Esoteric Buddhist Elements in Daoist Ritual Manuals of the Song Yuan and Ming
529
The Impact of Tibetan and Central Asian Vajrayāna in China
537

7 Central Divinities in the Esoteric Buddhist Pantheon in China
90
8 Homa
133
9 Visualization and Contemplation
141
10 Stūpas and Relics in Esoteric Buddhism
146
New Scriptures and New Practices
153
A Working Definition
155
12 Dhāraṇī Scriptures
176
13 The Apocrypha and Esoteric Buddhism in China
181
14 Esoteric Buddhism and Magic in China
197
15 Esoteric Buddhism and its Relation to Healing and Demonology
208
16 Popular Esoteric Deities and the Spread of their Cults
215
17 Esoteric Scriptures in the Context of Chinese Buddhist Translation Practice
220
Convergences Esoteric Buddhism Daoismand Popular Religion
223
18 Talismans in Chinese Esoteric Buddhism
225
19 Astrology and the Worship of the Planets in Esoteric Buddhism of the Tang
230
20 Concepts of the Netherworld and Modifications in the Chinese Articulation of Karma
245
21 Mediums in Esoteric Buddhism
251
22 Esoteric Buddhist Art up to the Tang
255
Esoteric Buddhism during the Tang
261
From Atikūtạ to Amoghavajra 651780
263
24 Esoteric Buddhism and Monastic Institutions
286
25 The Presence of Esoteric Buddhist Elements in Chinese Buddhism during the Tang
294
26 The Development of the Esoteric Buddhist Canon
304
27 The Impact of Translated Esoteric Buddhist Scriptures on Chinese Buddhism
307
Esoteric Buddhism in the Late Tang
315
Key Figures in Esoteric Buddhism during the Tang
337
29 Śubhākarasiṃha
339
30 Yixing
342
31 Vajrabodhi 671741
345
His Role in and Influence on the Development of Buddhism
351
33 Prajña
360
Esoteric Buddhism in the Provinces and Neighboring Regions
363
34 Dunhuang and Central Asia with an Appendix on Dunhuang Manuscript Resources
365
35 Esoteric Buddhism in the Nanzhao and Dali Kingdoms ca 8001253
379
36 Esoteric Buddhism in Sichuan During the Tang and Five Dynasties Period
393
37 Esoteric Buddhist Art Under the Tang
401
The Song Liao Xixia Jin and Yunnan
419
An Overview
421
39 Esoteric Buddhism in Song Dynasty Sichuan
431
40 Buddhist Tantras and Chinese Culture
435
41 Translation of Tantras and Other Esoteric Buddhist Scriptures
439
42 Tibet and the Continent from the Tenth to Thirteenth Centuries
451
43 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Liao
456
44 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Xixia 10381227
465
45 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Jin 11151234
478
52 Tibetan Buddhism in MongolYuan China 12061368
539
53 Tantric Buddhism in Ming China
550
54 Yuqie Yankou in the MingQing
561
55 Tibetan Lamas in Ethnic Chinese Communities and the Rise of New TibetanInspired Chinese Religions
568
Esoteric Buddhism in Korea
573
Three Kingdoms and Unified Silla ca 600918
575
57 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Koryo 9181392
597
58 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Choson
616
Esoteric Buddhism in Japan Esoteric Buddhism in Japan during the Nara and Heian
659
59The Dissemination of Esoteric Scriptures in EighthCentury Japan
661
60 Onmyōdō and Esoteric Buddhism
683
61 Kūkai and the Development of Shingon Buddhism
691
62 Esoteric Buddhism Material Culture and Catalogues in East Asia
709
63 The Maṇḍala as Metropolis
719
The Esoteric Buddhism of the Tendai School
744
65 Godaiin Annen
768
66 Exploring the Esoteric in Nara Buddhism
776
67 Dharma Prince Shukaku and the Esoteric Buddhist Culture of Sacred Works Shōgyō in Medieval Japan
794
Medieval Kamakura Muromachi and AzukaMomoyama
801
68 Tachikawaryū
803
Constructing Lineage in the ShingiShingon Tradition of Japan
815
70 Yōsai and Esoteric Buddhism
827
71 Shintō and Esoteric Buddhism
835
Esoteric Buddhism and Vinaya Orthodoxy in Japan
845
73 The Deity of Miwa and Tendai Esoteric Thought
854
74 Kōmyō Shingon
863
Human Hair in Japanese Esotericizing Embroideries
876
Nyoirin Kannon in the Ono Shingon Tradition
893
77 Landmarks of Esoteric Art in Japan
904
78 Zen and Esoteric Buddhism
924
79 The Tōji Lecture Hall Statue Mandala and the Choreography of Mikkyō
936
Early Modern Modern and Contemporary Edo Meiji and up to the Present
983
80 Sanskrit Studies in Early Modern Japan
985
A Study of the Ritual Calendar of an Edo Period Shugendō ShrineTemple Complex
997
82 Shingon Buddhism in the Early Modern Period
1009
83 Tōzanha Shugendō in the Early Modern Period
1018
84 The Fourfold Training in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism
1024
Whether Esotericism Appears or Remains Concealed in the World Depends on the Trend of the Times
1029
Tantra and New Age Movements from Agonshū to Asahara Shōkō
1035
Continuities and Discontinuities in Esoteric Ritual
1040
Contributors
1055
Abbreviations
1059
Bibliography
1063
Index
1147
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