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a religion represented by the many groups (especially in Asia) that profess various forms of the Buddhist doctrine and that venerate Buddha

the teaching of Buddha that life is permeated with suffering caused by desire, that suffering ceases when desire ceases, and that enlightenment obtained through right conduct and wisdom and meditation releases one from desire and suffering and rebirth

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State, Society and Religious Engineering: Towards a Reformist Buddhism in Singapore, 2nd ed.
The President said this stamp release on one of the apostles of Buddhism, once again reminds us to work relentlessly and collectively to ensure an era of peace, stability and friendly bilateral and multilateral ties in order to create an enabling environment for the rapid socio-economic development of the people.
A student of TCV school, Tsewnag Norbu, expressed his gratification for the extensive teaching on Buddhism.
The topics include late Han vernacular elements in the earliest Buddhist translations, the impact of Buddhism on Chinese culture in an historical perspective, the spread of Buddhism and Christianity in imperial China as spontaneous diffusion verses guided propagation, the ecclesiastical view of Buddhist art in medieval China, and tidings from the South China court Buddhism and overseas relations in the fifth century CE.
Islamic and Buddhist World Views, Respect for Diversity as the Basis of Tolerance in Sufism and Buddhism, Islam, Buddhism and Contemporary Challenges to Global Peace and Present-day Militaristic Tendencies in Islam and Buddhism: A Critical Perspective.
Informed, informative, superbly well written, organized and presented, "The Buddha: The Social-Revolutionary Potential Of Buddhism" is strongly recommended reading for students of Buddhism, as well as an invaluable addition to community and academic library Buddhist Studies reference collections.
The cofounder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and one of America's leading teachers of Buddhism, Jack Kornfield reflects on what he calls "Buddhism 101"--simple practices for a more mindful and peaceful life.
Beginning in the time before Buddhism was introduced to Japan, the text captures the effects of the nation's initial contact with Buddhism--brought by emissaries from the king of the Korean state of Paekche--and the subsequent adoption and dissemination of these new teachings in Japanese towns and cities.
Buddhism naturalised' is a Buddhism without 'the mind-numbing and wishful hocus pocus' (3).
It is a thought-experiment that poses the question: shorn of its transcendental representations, what might Buddhism offer us?
They exchanged spiritual insights, discussed similarities and differences between Judaism and Buddhism, and shared "survival tips.
Ellen Pearlman, Nothing and Everything: The Influence of Buddhism on the American Avant Garde: 1942-1962 (Evolyer Editions, 2012)
Kyoto University and a royal institute in Bhutan will launch a joint project in January to research Buddhism in the Himalayan country.
These were some of the key points of discussion on the role of the media in Indian culture and Buddhism and how they influence each other.
Buddhism in China, Korea and Japan has its birthplace in Pakistan and Monk Maranantha born in Chota Lahore, Mardan in Khyber Pukhtoonkwah was the person to spread Buddhism in all these three countries.