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Seng-min

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Seng-min
僧旻 (467–527) (PY Sengmin; Jpn Sobin or Somin)

    A priest who was revered as one of the three great Dharma teachers of the Liang dynasty (502-557) in China, the other two being Fa-yün and Chih-tsang. In 482 Seng-min went to the capital, Chien-k'ang, where he studied under T'an-ching at Chuang-yen-ssu temple. He also received instruction from Seng-jou, Hui-tz'u, and other eminent priests. He later became renowned for his lectures on The Treatise on the Establishment of Truth, the Wisdom sutras, and the Shrimala Sutra

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