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Chapter 4 The Bhutanese ブータンの人々 The Kingdom of Bhutan is a tiny country of priests and farmers close to the Himalayan Mountains. 近くに Bhutan’s religion celebrates a never-ending 果てしの無い、終わりのない cycle .  輪 ( 輪廻) The country’s history and mythology are mixed.

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Chapter 4 The Bhutanese

ブータンの人々


  • The Kingdom of Bhutan is a tiny country of priests and farmers close to the Himalayan Mountains. 近くに

  • Bhutan’s religion celebrates a never-ending

    • 果てしの無い、終わりのない

      cycle.

  •  輪(輪廻)


  • The country’s history and mythology are

    mixed.

  • However, only after the Buddhist religion and

    political power were unified,

    did peacespreadthroughout the nation.

    s v


  • The Dzongs or temple-houses were built

    as centers of faith, education,

    〜の中心として

    and local government /and they continue

    in these roles even today.

     これらの役割(において)


  • Farmersuseevery place they can to grow

    o

    crops, and other Bhutanese families

    take care of herds of yaks in the mountains.

    世話をする

  • The government and tradition

    have kept large industries out.

    排除する(閉め出す)


  • And, as Buddhist belief is strong, one son from

    each family is expected to become a priest.

    望まれている(期待されている)


  • At religious festivals, faith, dance, and drama

    join together.

  • This four-day festival is about a hunterwho is

    taught by the Buddha not to kill.


  • The hunter promises never to hunt again and,

    狩猟をすること

    as a result, archery became

    結果として

    Bhutan’s national sport.

     国技


  • Buddhism usesmeditationto find happiness.

    O  見つける為に

  • And today, Bhutan is the world’s only kingdom following Tibetan Buddhism.

    〜に従う

  • Prayer and religious ceremonies teach/ that all living things must co-exist.

    共存する

  • Nature and man should be united.


  • For example, a farmer’s prayer flags/ carry/ his

    例えば                〜を運ぶ

    hopes/ for a good harvestto the Buddha.

    豊作の為に    〜へ

  • In this way, eventhe humblest of people can

    この様に さえも 最も慎ましい生活の人々

    practice their religion in Bhutan.


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