Samples "Buddhism"


Interactions between the Modern World and Buddhism

Buddhism represents one of the great religious traditions of the Eastern World. However, the religion is not only a part of the Eastern culture today. Many individuals practice Buddhism worldwide. Due to its importance as a dominant form of religion, it is a well-known religion throughout the Western World, as...

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Hinduism and Buddhism in South Asian Art

Both Hindu and Buddhist influences are evident throughout the entirety of society in Southeast Asia and the Indian subcontinent. The modern countries in these regions still maintain some of these beliefs, yet in the ancient period the influence was massive. Looking at ancient art and architecture in this region, it...

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The Attractions of Buddhism

Buddhism is one of the most popular religions in the world, with estimates of the number of its practitioners running upwards of 500 million people worldwide. The largest population of Buddhists is in China, where nearly 1 in 5 people is a practicing Buddhist of some sort. Some would argue...

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Tanha and Nirvana in Buddhism

In Buddhism, Tanha means desire, thirst, greed, or longing. The longing can be of material things, sensual pleasures, or life. In addition, tanha includes desire for negative aspects such as death. Buddhism teaches that tanha is the cause of suffering and pain, a concept known as dukkha. Buddhists believe that...

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Meditation in Buddhism

Suffering is abundant in this world, it touches all ages, genders, ethnicities, and classes in life. Being a king or celebrity, having a lot of money, or being completely removed from society as a whole does not guarantee one absence from suffering. Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha defined the problem with...

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