Category:Shanmen

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English: The shanmen, also known as Sangedatsumon or Gate of Three Liberations, is the most important gate of a Chinese Chan Buddhist temple. Gates are usually built in a row with a big one in the middle and two small ones on two sides, which symbolize the gates of three liberations in the Dharma. Its three gates are called "Kongmen" (emptiness liberation), "wuxiangmen" (no-aspects liberation) and "wuyuanmen" (desireless liberation).
中文: 山门,是中国佛教禅宗寺院的前门,寓意“三解脱门”,即空门、无相门、无愿门。
日本語: 山門、仏教寺院に用いられた結果、寺院の仏殿前の門を、形式に関わらず三門と呼ぶ。三解脱門(さんげだつもん)とも呼ぶ。
山門 (zh-hant); 山門 (yue); Shanmen (en); 山門 (zh); 山门 (zh-hans) 中國佛寺最重要的入口 (zh-hant); the most important gate of a Chinese Buddhist temple (en); 中國佛寺最重要的入口 (zh); 中国佛寺最重要的入口 (zh-hans); ஷான்மென், சீனாவின் சான் புத்த கோயில் (ta) 三解脫門, 三門 (zh-hant); 三門, 三解脫門 (zh); 三门, 三解脱门 (zh-hans)
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the most important gate of a Chinese Buddhist temple
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