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Mandate of Heaven
天命 tiān mìng

This is the notion or concept that the ruler of a country such as China 中 国 zhōng guó received the blessings of the gods / heaven to govern. The Chinese term also 天命 tiān mìng means one's destiny or fate.

Among the phrases associated with the Mandate of Heaven are:

承运 chéng yùn - to receive the Mandate of Heaven and to answer to the calling to become the emperor
受命于天
shòu mìng yú tiān - to accept the Mandate of Heaven and become the emperor
违命 wéi mìng - to go against (disobey or violate) the Mandate of Heaven

This Mandate of Heaven
天命 tiān mìng also encompasses the idea that there could only be one ruler at one time.

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Mandat Takdir atau Syurga
天命 tiān mìng

Konsep ini menghuraikan bagaimana pemerintah sesebuah negara (seperti negara
China) menerima mandat takdir atau syurga untuk memerintah. Konsep ini juga merangkumi ide bahawa hanya seorang maharaja boleh memerintah pada sesuatu masa.

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