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Do Buddhist believe in dharma?

For Buddhists the Dharma, sometimes called the Bodhidharma, is the teachings that The Buddha gave us on how to reach enlightenment. Therefore you can't be a Buddhist without b (MORE)

What is the Buddhist dharma wheel?

  Dharma means law. The Dharmachackra (the wheel of Dharma) is a symbol which represents Buddhist teaching. It is a cartwheel in which the circular rim suggests perfection (MORE)

What does Dharma stand for?

Dharma can be considered the path to enlightenment. It also carries a contextual meaning of duty and law. Perhaps the righteous or dutiful path to enlightenment would cover al (MORE)

What are the 4 noble truths of dharma?

1. Life means suffering. 2. The origin of suffering is attachment 3. The cessation of suffering is attainable. 4. The path to the cessation of suffering is contained in (MORE)

What does karma and dharma have to do with nirvana?

In Buddhism Dharma is has multiple meanings. The First is the universal Law (truth) of nature, also known as Natural Law. The Second is the teachings of Buddha that applies un (MORE)
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Is bodhi dharma is an Indian?

I accept bothi dharma is an indian... Because of some scientist told we are advaced in science, art and language communication. And also chnies also accepted hi is an south in (MORE)

What does karma dharma zen mean?

These are three concepts from eastern religions. Both Buddhists and Hindus believe in Karma and Dharma-- in fact the two concepts are intertwined. Karma is the universal law o (MORE)

Why does karma and dharma matter?

Your karma is built up over your lifetimes. You build it up by the causes you make. It can be positive and it can be negative, either way, you carry it with you. Dharma is the (MORE)

How are Dharma and Karma related?

Hinduism believes in the concept of reincarnation. What determines the state of an individual in the next existence is karma which refers to the actions undertaken by the body (MORE)