"Under the Pipal" is a column that first appeared in the 6th of The Dongguk Post and is written by those majoring in Buddhist Studies, those interested in Buddhism, and the Post reporters. The Under the Pipal collection consists of three parts: "Buddhism and DU," "Buddhism and Culture," and "Buddhism and Academia."
It contains forty articles from 1966 to 2004 including Prof. Lee Chang-bai's translation of Han Yong-un's poem A Ferry-boat And A Passenger, and an essay by Rev. Hyon Gak, who is famous for writing "From Harvard to Hwagyesa." Readers will encounter various views of Buddhism, not only classical and traditional but also secular, scientific, and other religious views.
"I conducted this project with a mind devoting DU to Buddha. Manhae said, 'A lotus flower will bloom again in a flame.' I hope Under the Pipal will be a source for the prosperity of DU's Buddhism," said Prof. Kim Ae-ju, editor of Under the Pipal.
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