Hinduism and Buddhism affected Southeast Asia, by introducing the two new cultures to Asia.
Buddhism beliefs did not affect their society!
How did buddhism affect people in India?
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Hinduism and Buddhism.
Actually all do. There are Buddhists in almost every country.
Buddhists are found among all the world's people. Most cultures in the world have Buddhist followers and accept them. Buddhism is least prevalent in Africa, Ilamic countries in the Middle East and most prevalent in Asia.
* How Buddhism can affect one's life. * What are the believes of Buddhism * Which ethnic groups are Buddist
Prayer was not a part of early Buddhism. In some cultures, Buddhism is combined with other religions in which prayer plays a part, but it is not Buddhist prayer.
Buddhism, Christian, Muslim, and more that about African cultures.
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Hinduism and Buddhism.
Global and local visual art affect cultures in a great number of ways. These features represent a cultures values and morals.
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Buddhism is not about rituals and celebration, it is about liberation. Any rituals around "coming of age" would be attached to the cultures in which practitioners of Buddhism live.
Buddhism taught of non-violence and non-injury that formed part of the culture of the society. Buddhism also copied from another religion the practice of vegetarianism that has also contributed to changing cultures.
Hinduism was always open to accept new ideas & cultures. Thus invaders cultures also blended with Hinduism. Such as nonviolence from Buddhism & no animal sacrifice from Jainism.
They have many cultures in the Asian countries. In Asia art and music are done a lot, there religions are Hinduism and Buddhism and they are more like the western world.
The Buddhist convention in Sri Lanka in the first century A.D. determined rules for how Theravada Buddhism should be practiced. Practitioners of Buddhism also adapted it to their various cultures.
Arranged marriage is a cultural customary phenomenon. Religions often are modified slightly to fit the local cultures. Buddhism has nothing to do with arranged marriages.
Simply, The Buddha is the reason that Buddhism exists. He was the first documented person to reach enlightenment and to then teach others what he discovered. Without the Buddha there would be no Buddhism.
Changed the way people eat and the way people are employed in different cultures.
there is a simple answer to this question it does not affect culture whatso ever
Gives people lots of morals
Other cultures can have an affect on your culture because of globalization. For example, the arrival of Indian immigrants in Britain led to curry becoming a national dish.