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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). .

As with all major religions, Buddhism has its own set of practices and traditions. The major practices are twice daily prayers, meditation, and in some cases making offerings to the altar.

Buddhism began about 2,500 years ago and is not related to any other religion, though its meditation practices are shared with yoga practices.

Buddhism is the most peaceful religion in the world.The teachings of Buddhism are philosophical and enlightening.

You call someone who practices buddhism a buddhist ur very welcome :)

Buddhism is a set of practices designed to alleviate dissatisfaction (suffering, trouble). It has no military. .

No. Buddhism began with the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, the historical Buddha, in what is now northeastern India and didn't find its way into China for centuries. However, Zen Buddhism did originate in China; it resulted from blending practices of Indian Buddhism with practices from its native Daoism. .

The most recognizable practice of Buddhism is the practice of meditation. Other rituals and practices include mantras (sounds) and mudras (hand gestures.)

The major belief (or teachings) of Buddhism is the Four Noble Truths. The major practice of Buddhism is the Five Noble Precepts.

He practices Buddhism and meditation.

Bihar and Uttar Pradesh in India.

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A Buddhist monk practices Buddhism.

"The answer is Buddhism. Buddhism has been popular among Tibetans for about 1,400 years, some people even do ascetic practices to show their honest to Buddhism. Buddhism is nearly the soul of Tibet. "

Practicing to know the nature of the world is the most important thing in Buddhism to escape from the trouble of having life.

The answer is Buddhism. Buddhism has been popular among Tibetans for about 1,400 years, some people even do ascetic practices to show their devotion to Buddhism. Buddhism is nearly the soul of Tibet.

There are at least three: Buddhism, Jainism, and Hinduism.

Buddhism spread through China was undoubtedly hastened by the fact that many practices and beliefs of Buddhism are similar to Daoism, which was native to China. Zen or Ch'an Buddhism is best understood as a blending of Buddhism and Daoism. .

Buddhism does not have sacraments like in Christianity. External rituals in Buddhism, while not always practices by all Buddhists, are reflective of inward development (i.e. what we do out here is what we desire in us). But rituals are not required or demanded of you, except in particular monastic orders.

A sacrament is a Christian belief or practice to show an act or thing related to the deity. Buddhism has no deities, no sacraments and do not follow Christian practices.

8 fold path, 4 nobel truths, karma

It would be pretty hard for me to come here and tell you ALL of the beliefs and practices of Buddhism because there are many variations of it. (Kadampa, Zen, Tibetan, Theravada, Mahayana, etc...) However here is a great website that I have found that goes through a lot of the beliefs that almost any form of Buddhism can agree with!

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