Dharma transmission (Chinese: 傳法, Chuánfǎ or 印可, Yīnkě, Korean: Inka) is the act of passing the Zen or Chan Buddhist doctrine from a master to student. This one-to-one transmission is said to be traced over 2,500 years back to Gautama Buddha.
Since the Sakyamuni Buddha, the ancestors of the past generations have also passed on the rituals while passing on the robes. These rituals are the essence of the essence of the Dharma! If you are a son of Buddha, you must read it.
Sakyamuni Nirvana said that there is no impermanence:
Impermanence is the law of birth and death. Life is gone, and silence is fun.
- Lineage (Buddhism)