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Also chuudai-no-son ’†‘ä‚Ì‘¸. The principal statue in a group of Buddhist statues. The central image in a triad or group. The other attendant figures are known as *kyouji ˜eŽ˜. Examples of a chuuson are *Amida ˆ¢–í‘É in *Amida sanzon ˆ¢–í‘ÉŽO‘¸ (an Amida triad), *Dainichi ‘å“ú in a mikkyou gobutsu –§‹³ŒÜ•§ (a group of five deities presented in Esoteric Buddhism), *Fudou Myouou •s“®–¾‰¤ in a *godai myouou ŒÜ‘å–¾‰¤ (five great myouou) group, and so on.
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