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" To prostrate one'sself before the image of Buddha; to adore him. 4. To bring offerings before him, such as are pleasing to any of the six senses: as, lights, flowers, garlands, incenses, perfumes; all kinds of edible and trinkable things (whether raw,... "
Buddhism in Tibet - Page 106
by Emil Schlagintweit - 1863 - 403 lehte
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Political Missions to Bootan

Sir Ashley Eden, Robert Boileau Pemberton - 1865 - 343 lehte
...the supreme intelligence. 3rd. To prostrate one's self before the image of Buddha to adore him. 4th. To bring offerings before him, such as are pleasing...lights, flowers, garlands, incenses, perfumes, all kmds of edible and drinkable things (whether raw or prepared), stuffs, cloths, &c., for garments and...
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Bhotan and the Story of the Dooar War: Including Sketches of a Three Months ...

David Field Rennie - 1866 - 408 lehte
...with the supreme intelligence. 3rd. To prostrate oneself before the image of Buddha to adore him. 4th. To bring offerings before him, such as are pleasing...garlands, incenses, perfumes, all kinds of edible and drinkable things, stuffs, cloths, &c., for garments and hanging ornaments. 5th. To make music, sing...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, 5. köide

John McClintock, James Strong - 1873
...degree of perfection, in order to be united with the Supreme Intelligence. S. To prostrate one's self before the image of Buddha to adore him. 4. To bring...pleasing to any of the six senses, as lights, flowers, garhinds, incense, perfumes, all kinds of edibles and drinkables, stuffs, cloth, etc., for garments,...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, 5. köide

John McClintock, James Strong - 1883
...of ¡xïrfcction, in order to be united with the Supreme Intelligence. 3. To prostrate, one's self before the image, of Buddha to adore him. 4. To bring...any of the six senses, as lights, flowers, garlands, incense, perfumes, all kinds of edibles and drinkables, i nil'-, cloth, etc., for garments, and hanging...
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Cyclop¿dia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, 5. köide

John McClintock - 1894
...degree of perfection, in order to be united with the Supreme Intelligence. 3. To prostrate one's self before the image of Buddha to adore him. 4. To bring...any of the six senses, as lights, flowers, garlands, incense, perfumes, all kinds of edibles and drinkables, stuffs, cloth, etc., for garments, and hanging...
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Political Missions to Bootan

Eden, Pemberton, Baboo, N. Griffiths - 2001 - 365 lehte
...the supreme intelligence. 3rd. To prostrate one's self before the image of Buddha to adore him. 4th. To bring offerings before him, such as are pleasing...garlands, incenses, perfumes, all kinds of edible and drinkable things (whether raw or prepared) , stuffs, cloths, &c., for garments and hanging ornaments....
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Buddhism in Tíbet. With an account of the Buddhist systems preceding it in ...

Emil Schlagintweit - 1863
...to attain the highest degree of perfection, in order to be united with the supreme intelligence. ;J. To prostrate one'sself before the image of Buddha...edible and trinkable things (whether raw, or prepared) ; stuffs, cloths, &c. for garments and hanging ornaments. 5. To make music, sing hymns, and utter the...
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