to a group of monks assembled in a temple to hear a discourse with ceremony in connection with a Buddhist sutra. ... The Kyoto-based Sokusho ko is a religious confraternity devoted to the service of the kaihogyo practitioners of Mt. Hiei. ... They guide him safely and quickly through the traffic; they walk ahead, asking people to move out of his way so that ... On the life of S06, see Kageyama i960, 95-116 (Kageyama 1975, 229-45); Hiramatsu 1982, 13-25; and Rhodes 1987, 186-90.
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