著者
西岡 祖秀
出版者
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES
雑誌
印度學佛教學研究 (ISSN:00194344)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.54, no.1, pp.497-493,1285, 2005

The Chronological Table of Tibetan Buddhist history of 'Jam-dbyangs-bzhad-pa precedes the famous chronological table of Sum-pa-mkhan-po. A feature of both chronological tables is that they were written in acceptance of the legend of the country of Shambhala, as taught in the <i>Kalacakratantra</i>. Namely, they record that the 25th generation Raudracakrin king of the ideal Buddhism kingdom Shambhala will win the final war with Islam, reviving Buddhism. Sum-pa-mkhan-po projects the date of this event to be A. D. 2376.
著者
西岡 秀爾
出版者
Japanese Association of Indian and Buddhist Studies
雑誌
印度學佛教學研究 (ISSN:00194344)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.55, no.2, pp.1007-1004,1288, 2007-03-20 (Released:2010-07-01)

Sanboji in Settsu Nakajima is a temple built by Nonin in order to spread the Dharma sect. This article traces the origin of the temple by referring to literature of the Middle Ages and old maps.Recently, the origin of the Sanboji temple has been traced to Daido-the second and third wards of the neighborhood of the Osaka University of Economics in Daido district. However, topography and medieval documents connected with the Sozenji, Monoi family, and so on, suggest that the origin of the temple is not restricted to Daido, but extends to the wider-ranging area of Komatsu Zuiko and Osumi district, spanning the whole territory. Although the time of existence of the temple is still unknown, it is believed to have existed until the third year of Onin (1469), based on the “摂州中嶋三宝寺六祖舎利大慧袈裟伝来記” of the Shoboji historical records. Furthermore, its existence during the time of Daiei (1521-1526) or Kyoroku (1528-1531) is questioned. Even though the temple disappeared, the Komatsu and Nishidaido districts located to the north from the origin of Sanboji were called Sanboji, and remained so until the first half of the 20th century.