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On Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies

日本南アジア学会九州支部 12月度定例研究会

「日本南アジア学会九州支部 12月度定例研究会」

日時:12月5日(土)13:30-17:00

会場:福岡大学セミナーハウス
    〒810-0044 福岡市中央区六本松3-4-20
    TEL:092-751-8141(代)   

発表者:樋口 里華 氏 (九州国際大学)
     「ムンバイー工場労働者の失業後の10年:パネルデータからの考察(仮)」

     前田 知郷 氏 (愛知学院大学研究員) 
     「女神崇拝と供犠(仮)」

参加費:研究会参加費 500円

幹事:針塚瑞樹 (はりづかみずき 筑紫女学園大学 非常勤講師)
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Desidero ergo sum: the subject as the desirous one in Mīmāṃsā
Elisa Freschi
Rivista degli studi orientali
Nuova Serie
Volume LXXX
Fasc. 1-4 (2007)
Sapienza, Universita di Roma
Dipartimento di studi orientali
Pisa/Roma
Fabrizio Serra Editore, 2009, 51-61
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The description of niḥsvabhāvatā and its intentional meaning:
Kamalaśīla's solution for the doctrinal conflict between Mādhyamika and Yogācāra

Ryusei Keira

Acata Tibetica et Buddhica 2: 1-24, 2009
Faculty of Buddhism, Minobusan University, Japan



The Proof of Voidness and Scriptural Authority
---Kamalaśīla's Way of Adopting Scriptures---

Ryusei Keira

望月海淑編『法華経と大乗経典の研究』,東京:山喜房佛書林,2006, 177(638)-192(623).
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Inference based on vyapadeśa:
Bhartṛhari's remark and related discussions in Nyāya and Buddhist treatises

Toshiya Unebe

Nyāya-Vasiṣṭha: Felicitation Volume of Prof. V.N. Jha,
edited by Manabendu Banerjee, Ujjwala Jha, Toshihiro Wada, Nirmala Kulkarni and Arun Ranjan Mishra.
Kolkata: Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar, 2006, 478-495
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ムニ・ジャンブヴィジャヤ・ジー

Jambuvijayaji
2001年夏,藤永先生のご案内でJharkhand州,Giridih県のShikarjiにジャンブヴィジャヤジーを訪問.

Jain Shwetambara Societyにお世話になりました.

ジャンブヴィジャヤ師は,グジャラート州から歩いてここまで来られたとのこと.

既に80歳近くであったと記憶します.

ご母堂の命日だったようで,一週間ほど断食をされていました.

我々の訪問日は水まで断たれていたようです.

にもかかわらず,時間を割いて丁寧に講読をしていただきました.

講読中も頻繁に信者が離れた所から師を礼拝していました.

師はテクストに集中しており,信者のほうは見向きもされません.

稀に礼拝をする信者の家族をちらりと見るだけです.

それだけでも信者は大喜びの様子でした.

電気を使わないので,午前はホテルの東側に,午後は西側に位置してテクストを読んでいただきました.

弟子の藤永さんもこの時まで写真を撮らせていただいたことはなかったそうですが,この時は,桂先生もいらしたからでしょうか,特別に並んで撮影していただきました.

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obituary

http://deshgujarat.com/より引用

http://deshgujarat.com/2009/11/12/two-jain-monks-killed-in-a-road-accident-near-nakoda/

Two Jain Monks killed in a road accident near Nakoda
By our correspondent
Ahmedabad, DeshGujarat, 12 November, 2009

In a tragic incident, two Jain monks - Shree Jambu Vijay Ji Maharaj Saben and Shri Namaskar Vijay Maharaj Sabeb, walking towards Jaisalmer were mowed down by a speeding Toyota Qualis car on Nakoda-Jaisalmer road in Rajasthan.

Police sources said Monks had set out for Jaisalmer after halt in Nakoda teerth. A Toyota Quallis crushed them while they were walking on the roadside.

According to sources Shri Dharmaghosh Vijay Ji Maharaj Saheb who was also in a group of monks was injured and hospitalized in critical condition.

This is second such tragic incident in just three days. On 10 November four Jain Sadhvis were killed in a road accident on Mehsana-Unjha highway.

Majority of Jain monks never use any type of vehicle in their life. They just walk barefoot. In last some years, accidents have killed and injured dozens of Jain monks on Highway side.





http://deshgujarat.com/2009/11/12/shri-jambu-vijay-ji-maharaj-was-guru-of-numerous-scholars/

Shri Jambu Vijay Ji Maharaj was Guru of numerous scholars
By Japan K Pathak
Ahmedabad, DeshGujarat, 12 November, 2009

87-year old Shree Jambu Vijay Ji Maharaj Saheb who died in a road accident today was not only a Jain Monk but was Guru of numerous scholars from various universities across the world.

Shri Jambu Vijay Ji dedicated his life for preservation of manuscripts, reproduction and protection of ancient treasure of knowledge. He could read 18 languages. Thanks to his efforts, Jain manuscripts in Patan(Gujarat) Gyan Bhandar are very well protected and scanned for further circulation.

Whether a Japanese girl from Hiroshima University or an Italian lady from German University, or an author of a book on Jainism from U.S, they all had to come to Shri Jambu Vijay Ji Maharaj Saheb to get the authentic knowledge of Jainism and Buddhism.

In 2007, Italian scholar Michel stayed 2 months in a small village near Rann of Kutch to get authentic guidance for her study on Jainism from Shri Jambu Vijay Ji Maharaj who was staying there for Chaturmas. Michel became permanently vegetarian and started chanting Jain Navkar Mantra every day during her stay. Today Michell is in Italy, but she orders Gujarati Khakhara from Ahmedabad to continue her pledge of being vegetarian as there are few choices for vegetarians in Italy.

Shri Jambu Vijay Ji had visited northern India’s Badrinath teerth after 3,000 km walk.

Shree Jambu Vijay Ji Maharaj, disciple of Shri Bhuvan Bhanu Ji Maharaj worked almost all their life in the compilation and publication of our ancient Jain Ägam literature. Many learned scholars worked under the leadership of Shri Jambu Vijay Ji Maharaj in the compilation and publication of Jainism’s most authentic literary treasure. The partial list of such scholars are; Muni Shri Dharmachandvijay, Late Pundit Shri Bechardas Doshi, Late Pundit Shri Amrutlal Bhojak, Late Pundit Shri Dalsukh Malvania, Dr. Sagarmal Jain, Dr. Nagin Shah, Late Dr. Harivallabh Bhayani, Pundit Rupendra Pagariya, Pundit Suresh Sisodiya, Dr. V M Kulkarni, and Dr. Vasudevsharan Agrawal.

Scholars not only from Jain community but other communities as well are deeply shocked by sudden demise of such a towering personality.

http://www.gujaratsamachar.com/gsa/20091113/guj/gujarat/news1_01.html
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Amma: South Indian Restaurant in Nishijin area, Fukuoka

Fukuoka_Indian_restaurant1

Special Meals: 1300 yen (available only for lunch)

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A restaurant for vegetarian in Fukuoka, Sawara-ku

Amma_Fukuoka_lunch1

Vegetarian Set, 800 yen, available only for lunch (Non-veg set is also available for the same price)

South Indian Restaurant "Amma"
Josei 1-6-10, Sawara-ku, Fukuoka-city
(Opposite to Fukuoka Toyopet Nishijin-branch)
Tel: 092 210 0108
Tuesday Holiday
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Contact Zones of Empires in Asia and Europe

Contact Zones of Empires in Asia and Europe:
Complexity, Contingency, Causality

Venue: Centennial Hall in Kyushu University School of Medicine,
Fukuoka 􀁹 Japan

Accommodation: Sea Hawk Hotel, Fukuoka 􀁹 Japan

27 February – 4 March 2010

This conference seeks new approaches to common topics concerning social, cultural and political complexity on the fringes of empires in Europe and East Asia, namely, the Hellenistic and Roman, and successive Chinese empires.

A special focus of the conference will be on interactions between empires and their peripheries, and on contact zones.

The temporal coverage spans from the formative phase of the earliest empires in the concerned regions up to A.D.1000.

The purpose of the conference is to seek new avenues for research collaboration in cutting-edge research, which is why early career researchers are particularly welcome.

The conference will bring together archaeologists and anthropologists, philologists and linguists, art historians and historians, specialists of material culture and religion, experts on historical climate change and commercial exchange and many more.

An underlying, unifying feature of presentations, discussions and follow-up will be the methodological challenges of interdisciplinary research in the humanities, which is moving towards a global research enterprise.

The late 20th century had witnessed increased sophistication in theory and methodology when dealing with the emergence and development of civilisations and empires and their relations with surrounding communities.

Whether in Europe or in East Asia, notably in Japan, the study of symbiotic relationships between empires and surrounding communities has been prominent.

With the rich archaeological and written record to be examined, many important case studies have been produced.

Data on various environmental factors has increasingly informed our understanding of the forces underlying trajectories of socio-cultural, economic and political development.

This conference aims at synthesising these strands of research, aiming at a comprehensive reconstruction of the processes and causes of the emergence and development of social complexity and stateformation on the fringes of the empires, thereby setting the research agenda for collaborative research for the future.

Topics will include: 1.

Empires and their peripheries: interactions, interdependences and transformations 2.

Environment and food supply 3.

Ethnic identities, language, population movements and social mobility 4.

Networks of interaction, production and exchange 5.

Ritual, symbolism and cosmology 6.

Empires and their contested peripheries in longterm and global perspectives



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