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불교 의식 해설

  • 혼도우 (본당)

    Hondo is the main hall of a regular temple. It is a place where the statues of the Buddha, Tathagatas, or Bodhisattvas are enshrined.

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  • 추모제 법회의 예의

    There is an important meaning to the manners of the Buddhist memorial service, such as gassho (palms together), bowing, offering incense, and juzu (rosary).

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  • 나라시모노 (소리를 내는 도구)

    A temple has various musical instruments which together are called narashimono.

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  • 쿠요 (供養)

    Kuyō means "to make heartfelt offerings of incense, flowers, candles, food" and so on to Buddhas and bodhisattvas, as well as to the celestial gods who protect Buddhism.

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  • 호우지 (法事)

    "Hōji" is a word we generally use to refer to periodic Buddhist memorial services that are performed on set dates for people who have passed away.

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  • 부츠단 (仏壇): 가정 불교 제단

    A family Buddha altar isn't simply a place to enshrine and honor our family ancestors. The inside of the altar represents Mt. Sumeru, the world where Buddha resides, and Shakyamuni Buddha is the main image enshrined in the center of the altar.

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