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Re: Japanese Daruma dolls

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lin_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Sun Mar 10 2002 - 15:57:43 PST


I have alot of jpeg images of daruma dolls. If you email me, I'll send
them to you.

Lin

On Saturday, March 9, 2002, at 10:04 AM, BibelotsOutpost@aol.com wrote:

> The doll is based on the Bodhidharma, who brought the Zen school of
> Bhuddism from India to China.
> Here is one website with pictures and info:
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> 1stchoicejapan.com - daruma doll
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> http://www.1stchoicejapan.com/english/culture/daruma/about.phtml
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> and two books I used are Floating Lanterns and Golden Shrines -
> Celebrating Japanese Festivals by Rena Krasno, and
> Traditional Crafts from Japan, by Florence Temko.
> Deborah
> In a message dated 03/09/02 8:33:15 Central Standard Time,
> sbennett@erinet.com writes:
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> Do the dolls have religious significance?  Do you have an interesting
> site for more background info on the history design etc?
>
>
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