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Xi’an (1284-1340, Dharma name: Yirang, style name: Xi’an, Dharma name: Yirang) was a famous Chan master during the Yuan Dynasty. He had presided over Songshan Fawan Temple, Kongxiang Temple, Lingyan Temple etc. Later Xi’an was invited to preside over Shaolin Temple and renovate the monastery. He passed away at age 57 in 1340. Japanese monk Shaoyuan wrote an inscription “Master Xi’an’s Record Inscription”. 


Pagoda for Vene. Master Xi'an


Stele of the Biography of Vene. Master Xi'an

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