The country that the religion of Buddhism begin was India.
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Buddhism began in India. It is now mostly practised in China.
In ancient India
473 b. C.
Hinduism, and Buddhism
Buddhism began with Siddhartha Gautama and Hinduism began with observations of the Earth and the universe.
Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism
Buddhism began in India. It was the birth country of Guatama Buddha, the man the religion is based off of.
Buddhism was originated in India. It is a south Asian country
It began in China where it is called "ch'an" or "Chan" Buddhism. It began when practices of Indian Buddhism were blended with native Chinese Daoist practices. It later spread to Korea (where it is called "son" Buddhism) and to Japan (where it is called "zen" Buddhism). .
Buddhism began in about 536 BC officially though buddhists believe there were other buddhas long before this.
Siddhatta attained enlightenment in what is now India.
Zen is not something to "understand." It is something to do.
Secular practice of Buddhism began around 500BC
Well you could argue that Buddhism began on the birth of the Buddha which was 623B.C. This happened in northern India, near the Himalayas.
Buddha was born in Lumbini in Nepal but taught Buddhism for the first time in Sarnath near Varanasi in India; either of these might be taken as the place where Buddhism started in the current era.
In approximately the year 600 B.C.Buddhism began around 500 B.C. According to the Buddhist calendar it is 2,553 years ago.
Prince Siddhartha was born about 500 B.C. and the teachings of Buddhism were created in one lifetime.
The fundemental teachings of Buddhism begin with the Four Noble Truths. These describe the 'human condition'. They can be experienced personally rather than believed in. So many Buddhists follow the path of Buddhism rather than believe in it.