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People of all ethnicities practice Buddhism.

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Between 0.8 to 3.25 percent of people in India practice Buddhism.

The practice of Buddhism is expressed in many different ways in the US. Some people may practice privately in their homes or they may attend Meditation centers or Buddhist centers.

Buddhism has many different types of practice. There are no gods in Buddhism as such, but there are temples where ceremonies are carried out.

Although people speaking many different languages practice Buddhism, the Buddhist cannon was recorded in the ancient language Pali. As a result many chants are in Pali as well.

Buddhism is practiced in all countries of the world by people of all ethnicities.

Yes. There are millions of people who practice Buddhism, especially in southeast Asia, Japan and Tibet. Even in the U.S., there are several hundred thousand people who have practiced Buddhism, at least at one time or another.

Buddhism is practiced throughout the world. It is more prevalent in Asian countries.

Six % of the world population practice Buddhism.

Buddhism is practice by people on all continents and of all races. It has many adherents in Asia but the number of people practicing in the west is growing every year. Buddhism is the 4th largest religion behind Christianity, Islam and Hinduism.

Budhaism Buddhism! not Budhaism!

The Buddhism stays the same, the application by the people differs.

How many people in the world practice Buddhism?

Christmas is a "Christian Holiday" the Muslims practice a different religion which has nothing to do with Christianity, people of the Jewish faith do not celebrate Christmas either, neither do people who practice Zen or Buddhism

Buddhism influences people today by thinking positive helping others and promoting peace. 1.2 to 1.6 people practice Buddhism today. That is 6% of people in the USA today.

Most Taiwanese practice a combination of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism.

descent is a person's origin ethnicity refers a certain race of people

Technically, Buddhism has no deities. However, in various countries where Buddhism is practiced, people have added their own deities and combined them with their practice; this varies by country.

That can be a little offensive, as people can't control their ethnicity and physical appearance. Different people have different tastes; no one can tell you who is "proven" to be prettier.

I think Buddhism and Shinto are some religions they practice there as well as Christianity and Baha'i.

The principle religions of Japan are Shinto and Buddhism.

The Asian region of the world is one of the largest. There are currently over 4 billion people who live in the region, over 90 percent of those practice some type of Buddhism.

376 million people according to adherents dot com.

People who believe in Buddha are commonly called Buddhists. They practice Buddhism

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