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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.

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