The Research Preservation Society of Cheontae Brahma Voice and Buddhist Songs or Hymns

Representative Monk Byeon, Chun-gwang
Tel 82-43-423-7100
Address 73, Guinsa-gil, Yeongchun-myeon, Danyang-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, 27020, Republic of Korea

The Research Preservation Society of Cheontae Brahma Voice and Buddhist Songs or Hymns is the meeting that preserves and succeeds to Buddhist Songs or Hymns worth of preserving among traditional Buddhist culture. The Research Preservation Society of Cheontae Brahma Voice and Buddhist Songs or Hymns was established to preserve Buddhist songs or hymns, the sounds to praise Buddha's charity when temples have services performed for the response of the dead.

Yeongsanjae (靈山齋) among the Buddhist Songs or Hymns Ceremony is the ceremony based on 『the Sutra of Lotus』 and has been known as the comprehensive ceremony of Belief in the Bodhisattva of Avalokitesvara. So the preservation society has held several symposiums to resotre Yeongsanjae and has hold events for recreation.


The recreation event arranged in Guinsa Temple on September 2004 was meaningful in that it was sublimated as the ceremony of Tiantai studies and Korean unique traditional culture was restored. Especially, the restoration of 'Samhoihyang Play', the entertainment of Yeongsanjae can be a huge achievement of the Research Preservation Society of Cheontae Brahma Voice and Buddhist Songs or Hymns. This Yeongsanjae and Samhoihyang Play were recreated in Guinsa Temple on September 2009 and will be done by succeeding to tradition regularly.