Guatama Buddha told his followers to not just do whatever he told them to, but to listen to his teachings and then meditate on them, and come to the truth about the best way to act themselves. So there aren't really Buddhist "laws", although many cultures which are predominantly Buddhist have laws based on Buddhist concepts. The Buddha did offer some precepts that guide how we should behave in order to more skillfully find our way to enlightenment. The most basic of these are:
Don't engage in illicit sex.
Don't speak divisively.
Don't speak abusively.
Don't engage in idle chatter.
Don't tell lies.
Abandon ill will.
Cultivate right views
What are the rules for the moral conducts for buddhism?
No matter what, not to committing ten non-virtue and follow the eight fold path.
the main princibles of Buddhism was Buddha.
Budha founder of BuddhismIf you're referring to Buddhism then it is the Buddah :)
The main festival or holiday in Buddhism is Vesak. (It has various spellings in different countries.)
the main features of Buddhism are the middle way, Siddhattha Gotama, Anicca, Anatta and Dukkha
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Buddhism is the main religion in China.
The main religion is Buddhism and Islam
The main book of Buddhisms is the Trikitaca....
Countries that have Buddhism as the main religion still today is: Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia.
Yes, Theravada Buddhism is the main religion but it is shortly followed by Hinduism, Christianity and Islam
No African countries practice Buddhism as their main religion.
Buddhism is the main religion aside from the other little ones - Buddhism is 95%, Islam is 3%, and Other 2%.
Theravada Buddhism focuses on the individual; Mahayana Buddhism focuses on society as a whole.