Did Buddhists have to wear special clothes?
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The astronauts spacesuits are a type of life support system to keep them alive when outside of the spacecraft. Then it supplies them with air, water, communications, cooling, waste disposal and anything else they need for survival in an environment in which it is impossible to live without it. Th…e orange spacesuits worn by space shuttle astronauts during launch and re-entry provide air,communications and also prevents their blood from pooling in one part of the body causing faintness. Most of the time on the shuttle and the International Space Station, astronauts wear regular clothing and only need to use special suits for EVA and launch and re-entry procedures.. ( Full Answer )
They typically wear a labcoat. Nurses usually wear scrubs. Doctors often wear a stethoscope and carry around a little clipboard.
Buddhists wear what everyone else wears in the country they live in. I wear jeans and shorts, my kids dressed like all other teens. Monks and nuns have various styles of robes they wear depending on their particular leanings. Also this can vary by country. If you type in the Dali Lama in Google or Y…ahoo etc, you will find pictures of him and get a good idea of what Tibetan Monks wear. But the average Joe like you and I wear regular everyday clothes. Answer Clothing in Mahayana Buddhism: Monks and nuns usually wear grey or brown robes in their daily life, there are robes of various thickness for both summer and winter. During ceremonies they wear a black robe and a brown robe above that. The orange-yellow saffron should be worn only by enlightened masters, but unfortunately lots of people started wearing them, even novices. Lay Buddhist can also wear Buddhist clothing, which is usually quite plain, one colored clothing, often simply black. During ceremonies they either wear normal clothes, but if they have already taken refuge (and five precepts), they also wear a black robe. If they even accepted the Bodhisattva vows, they also wear a brown robe above that. Answer Buddhists wear robes of an orange-yellow colour called saffron and do not wear shoes Answer Buddhists wear brownish tannish cloaks and are bald and usually mean peace. Answer A Buddhist conforms to the clothing styles of whatever country he lives in. In North America this could range from three piece business suits to a tee shirt and cut offs. Buddhism is way of life not a fashion statement. Some monks and lamas wear traditional robes, others golf shirts and slacks. If the question were "What do Christians wear?" the answer would not be "The men all wear black suits with white collars and large crosses and the women wear black habits with white wimples and large crosses." As an experiment go to the nearest Buddhist Temple. Staff may wear distinctive uniforms, just like clergy at any church, but the folks coming and going will look much like everyone else in your city - that is for both ethnicity and clothing. ( Full Answer )
in the Shinto religion there are special cloths that are part of everyday life . the priest has to wear a Jo-e - this may vary in colour depending on the age and the season they are in. . fundoshi- this is a speical worn underwear worn by men . hakama- this was traditionally worn by men however t…oday it is worn by both men and women. this is usually worn over the kimono . senninari- this is a strip of white cloth that includes 1000 stiches of red thread.this is given to men when they are going to war as this is a part of the Shinto traditional culture. ( Full Answer )
Most wear a simple brown robe and ordinary sandals. Most will shave the crown of their heads and most are vegetarians . x x x x x x
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Doctors wear special clothing to protect themselves and theirpatients during procedures. Most are designed to be disposed ofafter use to prevent the further spread of diseases.
It depends. Monks and Nuns wear robes. The colors used are traditional depending upon the order they belong to. Lay-people, like me, wear whatever we want, but many of us try not to wear trendy or flashy clothes, to avoid the problem with clinging to others' acceptance, which would be a form of desi…re. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/What_clothes_do_buddhist_wear#ixzz1oeSMExdu . ( Full Answer )
Some do, some don't. Not much different from the Pennsylvania Dutch ... they just haven't changed their way of dressing for several hundred years.
Most people who's religion is Buddhism, have baggy clothes in many different colours & patterns Answer: There is no Buddhist "uniform". Buddhists dress in a manner consistent with the norms of the location in which they live. In America this might be jeans and hoodies, in Scotland even kilts an…d at nudist camps nothing at all. Assuming that there is a Buddhist uniform is like thinking that all Christians wear black suits with clerical collars. ( Full Answer )
Clothing may differ from culture to culture but the accepted standard of clothing when going to a temple or a sacred place is to wear a simple, white dress which covers the area from shoulders to ankles.
The Buddha's message about suffering, and the practice ending suffering revolves around "renunciation." What is renunciation?. Many people may thindk the Buddha ment to give up all pleasures and dive head first into a bottomless pit of nothing-ness. I am here to tell you nothing could be further fr…om the truth.. Renunciation in Dhamma practice means "trading candy for Gold" Life is full of pleasures but when we apply mindfulness we can see that not all pleasures are created equal. When these pleasures are compaired some becomes as small as candy while others are as great as Gold.. A Buddhist monk undertakes a more urgent, dedicated, level of training. The robes are composed of 3 robes. The colour is that of renunciation and can be of a few variaties. Those 3 robes are composed of donated rags which the monk stiches together to make the patch work garments.. These robes along with the colour are part of the training to teach the monk to renunciate the candies and always strive for the Gold. ( Full Answer )
Religious Jews wear clothes with fabrics that do not contain a mixture of wool and linen (Deuteronomy 22:11). They wear clothing which is modest. Men and married women cover their hair.
It depends. Monks and Nuns wear robes. The colors used are traditional depending upon the order they belong to. Lay people, like me, wear whatever we want, but many of us try not to wear trendy or flash clothes to avoid the problem with clinging to others acceptance which would be a form of desire.
Devout Sikhs Always wear Bana Which is Religious Dress and Carry all of the 5 k's kesh- Uncut hair and Turban kara- steel bangle kanga- wooden comb kacchera- cotton undergarments kirpan-ceremonial knife Most Sikhs carry all of the 5k's and Wear normal Clothes In there Day to Day Lives.
they wear English Buddhist clothes Answer: With the exception of some Buddhist priests, monks and lamas Buddhists wear the clothing typical of their country. Scots Buddhists might wear kilts, firefighting Buddhists raincoats and rubber boots, astronaut Buddhist would wear space suits, nudist Budd…hists nothing at all. So in England they might wear anything from cricket uniforms to blue jeans and hoodies. ( Full Answer )
We wear special clothes at special occasions like birthdays, our national day ( called 17. mai (17. may)), christmas, new year... The natoinal costume is called Bunad.
The Buddha did not prescribe any rules for this, and so it variesfrom country to country. However, it is common for Buddhists towear white clothes to funerals.
i think that there are lots of clothing in France so i don't know what to pick sorry
Well, if your inside a church then yes, but if your outside of church then you don't have to...it's your choice!
\nA Muslim can wear any style, color, or fabric. The only condition is that the dress should cover the body as is outlined in the Holy Book Quran. The following three Quranic verses explain it.\n. \n"Say to the believing men that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty: that will make …for greater purity for them: And Allah is well acquainted with all that they do." \n\nâ Qur'an [24:30]\n. \nâAnd say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and guard their modesty that they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what (must ordinarily) appear thereof; that they should draw their veils over their bosoms ...â\nâ Qur'an [24:31]\n. \nâO Prophet! Tell thy wives and thy daughters and the women of the believers to draw their cloaks close round them. That will be better, so that they may be recognized and not harassed. Allah (SWT) is ever Forgiving, Merciful.â\n. \n\nâ Qur'an [33:59] ( Full Answer )
No. With the exception of some of the lamas and monks Buddhists blend in with the clothing styles of the cultures and countries where they live.
Yes it is comulsry for women to wear veils to cover their faces which if not done could bring heavy punishment as those girls and ladies who refuse to cover thmselves are considered immoral .
They wear clothing that differentiates them from everyone else in the court room. There is no question in anyone's mind who is in charge.
Buddhists in SIngapore tend to dress like everyone else in Singapore. But then, wherever Buddhists are they tend to dress like othes in their local culture -blue jeans in the USA, saris in India, and nothing at all at nudist camps. The only exception may be monks or lamas ... but even then they are …often seen in "normal" clothes ( Full Answer )
Traditionally, women wear black clothes and men wear if wearing a tie neck then it should black or dark colored.
There is no requirement for a Christain to wear special cloaths. However some Christians (eg monks) wear simple cloaths called habits because they have given up most of their posessions. Also in some Christians the priest and the Choir members may wear robles - but this is by choice not a requiremen…t. ( Full Answer )
No, they should wear clothing that meets Islamic requirements. Women should always use hijab when praying even when she is among her brothers or sisters or what called 'Mehrems" (those who are not entitled for marriage with her). refer to question below.
yes. the clothes sterile, meaning they are clean this is a precaution to protect the patient as well as the doctor from germs and mishaps. They also have to be static free. Sparks might start a fire when oxygen is in use.
The short answer is no, but the question surely arises from the fact that during the second period of Quaker history, at the outset of the 18th Century, and known as The Quietist Period, a concern against ostentation and vanity led Quakers to adopt what amounted almost to a uniform and enforced its …wearing on more reluctant members. Margaret Fell, the only surviving Early Quaker unsuccessfully opposed the practice as a "silly poor gospel" While later Quakers see this period as one in which the deadly hand of legalism was felt, they recognise also that the discipline upheld high standards of moral behavior and protected against undue compromise of basic Christian principles. Quakers were known to be honest and for this, flourished in business. It was the period which set the pattern for the Quaker form of worship, based of silence. ( Full Answer )
a space suit would be important. though, technically, you cannot go to Saturn. hypothetically you would need a space suit that would keep you warm in the extreme cold (because the sun is far away from saturn) and would protect you from the gases that saturns atmosphere is made up of
so they can move more swifter on the ice and more elegance. so they cannot trip up or get hurt.
For religious leaders, religions require wearing special clothes per rituals of the religion and to distinguish them from other religions. Religions also require from their believers wearing special clothes out of modesty and submission to God and to avoid illegal sexual excitements. Refer to …related question below for information on Islam clothing. ( Full Answer )
For Muslim girls they wear a special clothing item called a burqa or hijab. It is a farz, or duty, of a Muslim girl to wear the Hijab in her life. Men really don't wear anything special, but they do grow beards.
She would more than likely wear the standard Greek chiton (in expensive fabric) for everyday use. When she was in public she liked dressing up as the goddess Isis and would wear the clothing associated with her.
Many Mahayana Buddhists wear colourful yet simple robes. These are quite impractical but they depict their dedication to the Buddhist religion. Mainly monks wear these robes, but some very religious Buddhists wear the robes without being monks. The colours of the robes depend on their status in monk… society. ( Full Answer )
They don't have special clothes specifically for praying, as long as it's modest. A prayer shawl (tallit or tallis) is worn over the clothes for morning prayer (Shacharit). The head is also covered during prayer, by custom with a kippah (or yarmulke), though any type of hat could be used. Traditiona…lly the tallit and kippah were worn by men, but today women also use them in some communities. ( Full Answer )
The clothes that expecting mothers may sometimes wear are called "maternity clothes". They are made to adjust to the changing body of a pregnant female and allow comfort while maintaining style.
they wear simple plain robes so that it doesn't make them want the latest fashion, craving for something is suffering which results in not using the right thought.
It might be helpful if you think of Buddhists as a large eclecticcollection of people from different cultures and backgrounds thatfollow different approaches to Buddhism. So for example althoughBuddhist monks and nuns are very likely to wear formal robes theymay not all have an identical appearance.… Lay followers may alsowear distinctive dress but most will just be dressed in 'normal'clothes. If you can ask a more specific question I might be able toprovide specific help. ( Full Answer )
I don't think so. You just have to be decent and presentable I guess. Answer Individual members of the Catholic Church do not wear any special clothing or underclothing. Those who have made vows to the Church or who are leaders in the Church wear special clothing, for example a nun's habit, a pr…iest's robe, or a bishop's mitre. In some cases an undergarment may be a part of the costume, but the special clothing worn by Catholic leaders is no secret, as it is worn outwardly or as a part of an entire outfit, not as an underclothing under regular street clothes. Check out the 'Related Links' below to see some images of special clothing worn by various Catholic leaders. . Catholic Answer No. There are certain standards of decency and appropriate clothing, but these are not spelled out. In the first three centuries of the Church there were some things that were kept secret from outsiders until after they were baptized, due to the threat of persecution, torture, and death of the Christians in the Roman empire. However, since the legalization of Christianity in the early fourth century, there is absolutely NOTHING about Christianity that is secret, outside of who voted how for the new Pope. There is a class called RCIA, it usually starts in August in most parishes, where Catholics are more than happy to explain every thing about the Christian religion to anyone who would like to know. If you are curious about Catholicism, please call your local parish and sign up for the RCIA class. It comes with no obligations, no strings, no attachments. And there are no "secrets," they will be more than happy to explain anything you might have a question about. ( Full Answer )
The Hawaiians wear leis on christmas . Women and girls wear traditional hula skirts .
Religious clothing is worn because of traditions made back when the religion was founded. These traditions were made by the founders, who A) wanted to make the religious clothes unique or B) received instructions from a special person or God/Allah/Gods, etc. to wear them. These analogies …depend on the religion. Hope this helps :) ( Full Answer )
they wore a top that had black and white stripes and pants that were all black the shoes depended on what type of person the were
The majority of people at Area 51 wear US Air Force uniforms. The area commonly called Area 51 is in reality part of Nellis Air Force Base is Nevada. Nellis AFB and its surrounding area is a testing ground for new and top secret military aircraft. In the area surrounding Nellis AFB, most people dres…s very casually because they operate the business of a tourist industry in a desert region. ( Full Answer )
They should wear cloth that follows Islam teachings per Quran and prophet Muhammad Sunnah (sayings and practices). Muslims wear the clothes that they like and colors that they prefers but subject to certain rules. Accordingly, Muslims can select the clothing styles and fashions that meet these rules… and on the other hand meet his/her own preference and tendencies. For men, there is no specific cloth requirement by religion. It is subject to the local cultures and traditions. However, the cloth should, at least, cover the body from naval to knees and should not be silk cloth. Men are forbidden also from wearing gold as ring, necklace, or by anyhow. For women, no restriction on the cloth material or colors. The cloth could be from silk or any other material. It could be colorful or not. It could be dark colored, white colored, of different colors, whatever. It could be one piece cloth or more than one piece. However, women are commanded by Islam to wear cloth that covers the whole body, including head, hair, and neck but not required , per religion, to cover face and hands. That cloth: . should not be so tight to describe the woman body or sexy parts, and . should not be so transparent to make the under cloth visible. ( Full Answer )
In Buddhism,there are no any laws.TraditinallyAny light colored clothes which do not show body to outside unnecessarily are worn.
In general lay Buddhists and Christians wear the same or similarclothes whereas ordained Buddhist and Christians wear differentclothes.
Special clothing is worn by some Buddhists. Monks and nuns wearrobes. Some householders elect to wear special clothing as well.
Most Christians eat foods that are usual in their culture. There is no special diet a Christian must follow, with the exception of the Catholic who observes several events that dictate their diet. As for clothing Christians mostly wear clothing usual to their culture.