BOOK: Zen in War by Gábor Fabricius

Zen Photos The first casualty in any armed conflict is the truth, so in my book I have tried to avoid branding like aggressor, war criminal, savage, fanatic, fascistic, militaristic and imperialistic ...
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Zen Photos

ZenPhotos

This is a FREE application.

Photos from Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam ...

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ZenGardens

ZenInWar

This is a FREE QUIZ program.

Why was Kyoto taken off from the atomic bomb target list?
Which country had the largest submarine in the world in 1945?
Which country was bombed by most tons since  1939?
What was the Japanese  code of the Pearl Harbour operation?
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ZenBuddha

ZenBuddha


The number 108 representing perfectionism in Hindu-Buddhist philosophy.
Find 108 nice Buddha photos.
The meeting of Buddhist teachings and the Indo-Greek Hellenistic artistic realism in 2nd and 1st centuries BC became the foundation of the elegant and beautiful Gandharan first presentations of Buddha spreading along the silkroad first west then east. Greek king Menander of Punjab (160-140? BCE) embraced Buddhism and during the next centuries Buddhist art flourished in Ceylon, India, China, Korea, Thailand, Burma and Japan leaving a treasure house of Buddha representations of which we have collected 108 photos.
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ZenHaiku

ZenHaiku


33 Zen Gardens and 33 short poems.
A virtual journey in the footsteps of of Zen Haiku master, poet and saint-pilgrim Matsuo Basho (1644-1694). Also meeting his predecessor, the tanka poetry of hermit monk Saigyo (1118-1190) admired by Emperors and Shoguns of violent Heian Japan, and some of Basho's disciples such as Buson, Issa and their immortal words.
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ZenGardens

ZenGardens


Virtual visit to 33 of the most beautiful and breathtaking of Japan's Zen Temples and Karesansui gardens with quotations from Buddhas teaching and enriching Zen wisdom.
Enjoy this unique world!
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ZenGardens

ZenKyotoDaitokuji

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The Daitoku-ji Temple is one of the principal temples in Kyoto and is considered one of the best places to experience Zen Buddhism in Japan.

The main temple is only rarely open to public but you can download photos here.
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