Sun Wukong in Journey to the West is a real historical figure?

The film Journey to the West becomes part of many people's memories over generations. And Ton Ngo Khong became a constant symbol of cin...

The film Journey to the West becomes part of many people's memories over generations. And Ton Ngo Khong became a constant symbol of cinema art.

So who is Sun Wukong? whether Ton practitioners go to Tay Truc sometimes to be true in history or just a product of the world that Ngo Thua An created?

Sun Wukong in "four great titles" to the small screen

Many of us often assume that Sun Wukong is just a fictional character created by Ngo Thua An.

In the famous Journey to the West, Sun Wukong is portrayed with the form of an immortal immortal monkey, possessing extraordinary abilities.

Sun Wukong is a stone-born monkeys born by Heaven - Earth, created by the natural geochemistry, which was born and brought the essence of heaven and earth.

When born, smart Sun Wukong, soon became the Most Beautiful King of the Mountain Fruit.

Sun Wukong traveled around four seas to seek enlightenment, finally reaching the destination.

Monkey stone found to Mount Linh Phuong Phuong, Ta Nguyet cave Tam Tinh, Bai Bodhi ants as a teacher.

When Bodhidharma asked, "What is your name?", Monkey Stone answered quickly. "I have no identity." If the other person curses me, I do not see afflictions; If other people beat me, I won't be angry either; It's just a feast to return. A life without a name ".

Discovering the essence of Monkey Stone, Bodhi patriarch taught the longevity Dharma with 72 transformations (Seven Decades of Legend - Earth Kill).

Congenital good good extraordinary ability, soon enlightened to impermanence, his master's degree, became a god of the first needle.

Sun Wukong was ordained by God to be the God of the Great, wandering the horizon of the sea, blessing the gods.

But when he was not invited to the training table and his office was too small, Sun Wukong was angry and returned to Mountain Fruit.

Just because he was so arrogant, Sun Wukong was able to stun the palace, stealing peaches and the immortal longevity pills of Thai Thuong Lao Quan. Then he was imprisoned by the Buddha in the Marble Mountains for 500 years, "when he was hungry, he fed iron tablets, when he was thirsty for drinking copper rusty water".

Sun Wukong was rescued by Tang Dynasty monk. Then give up the mind to live with kindness, a heart to study. He assisted Master Tang Dynasty monk, except for evil, to regain righteousness and fairness.

Obtaining the true scriptures, Sun Wukong earned the title of Fighting Buddha.

With his popularity, the image of Sun Wukong was quickly exploited in the art fields.

In the homeland of China, the role of Sun Wukong has become an indispensable part of the theater and drama series.

Basically, the image of Sun Wukong often only depicts a part of life and relies heavily on Ngo Thua An's Journey to the West.

And the best incarnation Sun Wukong has to mention the prestigious "Chapter" family with 3 legends: his father is Luc Linh Dong (Chuong Tong Nghia), two children are "Little Luc Linh Dong" (Chapter of Venus) and "Luc Tieu Linh Dong" (Chapter Kim Lai). They were dubbed the Sun Wukong clan.

Since the 50s and 60s of the twentieth century, the roles of Sun Wukong, led by three members of this family, have made the name of the Great King of the Great Saint reverberate throughout the world.
Sun Wukong is Indian or Chinese?
Sun Wukong is Ngo Thua An's artistic creation but in fact, this character is really true or not, always a question mark for researchers.

Some scholars believe that the image of Sun Wukong is actually adapted from "monkey god" in Hinduism, named Hanuman.

Hanuman the monkey is the central character in the two great Indian epics Ramayana and Mahabharata. Hanuman is often considered the son of the wind god Vayu.

The temples throughout India have the image of Hanuman, the monkey god famous for his weapon, the mace (gada), the symbol of courage.

The god is very devoted to his friend Rama (the hero king mentioned in the Ramayana epic), and also loved by Rama most, so sometimes people draw Hanuman with Rama tattoo on his chest.

Rama is considered to be the incarnation of Vishnu, who preserved in Hindu conception of Trimurti. In the battle between the king Rama and the demon Ravana, Hanuman is the most powerful servant of the king, loyal to the king.

Indian myths over the thousands of years constantly recite the wonders of Hanuman, so Hanuman soon became a familiar, popular image of Hindu art.

The base given is the true records of shaman Xuanzang - the true historical figure of Tang Tam Tang in Journey to the West.

Besides, Chinese archaeologists also discovered another trace of the origin of the Sun Wukong from the 1,000-year-old frescoes in the Buddha's Heavenly Cave (about 90km away from Xian and Gansu).

In the pictures, one sees a monk and "humanoid" (a monkey-like creature) who is solemnly putting his hand on the ceremony, facing the Guanyin.

In 2005, archaeologists discovered in the "Two Mountains of the Sacred Treasures" shrine in Fujian Province two tombs with a total area of about 18 square meters, estimated to be 2.9 meters wide, 1 deep, 3 meters.

What is unbelievable is what archaeologists found inside the tomb had a miraculous relationship to what happened in the Journey to the West that made people half believe, half doubt.

The tomb has two erect steles in the middle. The left stele has the inscription 4 words "Te Thien Dai Thanh". The stele on the right is engraved with "Thien Dai Thanh Thong", the bottom of each beer has two small words "Myth".

According to analytical speculation, the time of this tomb appears earlier than Ngo Thua An's Journey to the West for more than two centuries.

In the process of researching documents, experts discovered that under the Nguyen Dynasty, there was a writer named Duong Canh Hien who composed a set of plays called Journey to the West.

And it is very likely that Ngo Thua An relied on that drama to make the material for her work. Or is it possible that writer Ngô Thừa Ân has gone back to ancient times?

However, another study proved that Sun Wukong is actually an ancient Chinese.

The real character named Thach Ban Da, the native land of Tien Duong, China. Because of its bizarre, ugly form, everyone in the village called him "humanoid monkey", meaning "monkey man".

Thach Ban Da has high-quality martial arts, smart and quick and helps people around, eliminating evil animals should be loved by everyone.

In 629, when Xuanzang went to visit Beijing through Tien Duong, Thach Ban Da was lectured by Xuanzang. Because of enlightenment and sensibility by Xuanzang, Thach Ban Da vowed to abandon the persimmons, accompanying Xuanzang to the "Western Paradise" for sutra.

In a recent research document proving a "earthquake" information: Sun Wukong is real.

This person was named Thich Wukong (731-812), the customary name was Xa Phung Trieu, the Kinh Trieu district, Van Duong district. He is a distant descendant, related to Bat Thi Waterfall (the tribe later created the Northern Wei Dynasty, uniting all northern China).

Wukong from a small, intelligent, loving Confucian school, is a celebrity who is reverent and knows how to deal with humanity.

In 751, Wukong followed Truong Quang Thao to go to the Western Region, due to serious illness, so he had to stay in Kien Da La - where the Buddha was extremely flourishing (now Peshawar, Pakistan) could not return.

In the same year, Wukong received the "Three Sages" shaman to become a master, took the name of Dat Ma Da Do and went to practice, until 789 returned to the citadel.

Like Wukong with Xuanzang for 40 years, in the West participating in the translation and missionary, leaving a lot of legend and legend.

Some theorize that people have taken the name "Like Wukong" mixed with the name "Most Practitioners", who are always with Xuanzang in the story of getting a sutra and contact each other.

After returning from the Western Region, Wukong began to compile scriptures and participate in missionary activities for many years.

Some scholars believe that the journey of the Tripitaka and Sun Wukong has been mixed together to create a volatile and thrilling "prayer" story for centuries.

The true identity of "Sun Wukong" is still a mystery yet to find the correct solution.

However, for readers who love Journey to the West and the scriptures of the "Tripitaka" teachers and students, it is not important.

Journey of 100800 miles of the "Tripitaka" teacher and students from the Middle East to the West visiting scriptures. With so many ups and downs, spooky accidents. In a way, it is also the path of cultivation of one's life. If you want to move towards perfect happiness, one must surely experience many hardships, trials and hardships.
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