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'''[[T'an-luan]]''' (Jp. Donran) [467-542]
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[[T'an-luan]] (Jp. [[Donran]]) [467-542]
  
[[T'an-luan]] is the [[master]] whom [[Honen]] claims as the founder of the {{Wiki|Chinese}} [[Pure Land]] School. He first studied {{Wiki|Taoist}} [[scriptures]] but when given the [[Meditation Sutra]] ([[Kuan wu-liang-shou ching]]) by [[Bodhiruci]], he was so impressed that he devoted himself to the practice of the [[Pure Land]] teachings. He had a great [[influence]] on [[Shan-tao]] in particular and on {{Wiki|Chinese}} [[Pure Land Buddhism]] in {{Wiki|general}} through his Commentary on the Treatise on the [[Sutra of Immeasurable Life]] (Wang-sheng-lun chu) which taught that all [[beings]] can be born in the [[Pure Land]] through the great [[power]] of [[Amida's]] [[vow]]. His development of the [[nembutsu]] as a six [[character]] [[form]] of {{Wiki|vocal}} recitation was also seminal.
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[[T'an-luan]] is the [[master]] whom [[Honen]] claims as the founder of the {{Wiki|Chinese}} [[Pure Land]] School. He first studied {{Wiki|Taoist}} [[scriptures]] but when given the [[Meditation Sutra]] ([[Kuan wu-liang-shou ching]]) by [[Bodhiruci]], he was so impressed that he devoted himself to the practice of the [[Pure Land]] teachings. He had a great [[influence]] on [[Shan-tao]] in particular and on {{Wiki|Chinese}} [[Pure Land Buddhism]] in {{Wiki|general}} through his Commentary on the Treatise on the [[Sutra of Immeasurable Life]] ([[Wang-sheng-lun chu]]) which taught that all [[beings]] can be born in the [[Pure Land]] through the great [[power]] of [[Amida's vow]]. His development of the [[nembutsu]] as a six [[character]] [[form]] of {{Wiki|vocal}} {{Wiki|recitation}} was also seminal.
 
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T'an-luan (Jp. Donran) [467-542]

T'an-luan is the master whom Honen claims as the founder of the Chinese Pure Land School. He first studied Taoist scriptures but when given the Meditation Sutra (Kuan wu-liang-shou ching) by Bodhiruci, he was so impressed that he devoted himself to the practice of the Pure Land teachings. He had a great influence on Shan-tao in particular and on Chinese Pure Land Buddhism in general through his Commentary on the Treatise on the Sutra of Immeasurable Life (Wang-sheng-lun chu) which taught that all beings can be born in the Pure Land through the great power of Amida's vow. His development of the nembutsu as a six character form of vocal recitation was also seminal.

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