Haeinsa has been mentioned less than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Sri Lanka Guardian' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Haeinsa had the highest popularity figure in December, 2015.
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[...] monastery supported by King Mindon. It was held basically to ensure the presence of entire Tipitaka in the country with no errors and also to find a long lasting solution in maintaining palm leaf [...]
[...] used to preserve the printing of the Tripitaka for the 13th century edition are preserved at Haeinsa Temple: You can see how many blocks it took to print the whole thing. :) Printing in Japan Block- [...]
[...] Route to India around 605 AD and spent some 12 years at Nalanda University and brought back the Tripitaka and other Buddhist scriptures to China. For over 20 years he translated these into Chinese and [...]
[...] language of many of the earliest extant Buddhist scriptures as collected in the Pāḷi Canon, or Tipitaka, and it is the liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism. Thus that quote in the letter above [...]
[...] of Mahawamsa is a totally different being from Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha we meet in the Tripitaka and other Buddhist texts. Mahawamsa-Buddha is a holy-warrior who uses natural cunning and [...]
[...] ;. Otherwise relevant to his elaborations, not a single word has been express anywhere in the Tri Pitaka or in discourses Buddha preached during his life time to say he visited the Island and preached [...]