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Yintuoluo

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  • Chinese/Japanese: 因陀羅 (Yīntuóluó / Indara)

Yintuoluo was a Chan monk from India who lived in China during the Yuan dynasty, and served as the abbot of a temple in Kaifeng. He is known for his paintings, in particular one of Hanshan and Shide, a National Treasure today held at the Tokyo National Museum.

The name Yintuoluo, or Indara in Japanese, also refers to the Hindu goddess Indra.

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