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The_Sangha_-_Photos_by_Friedrich_Reg.pdf
The_Sangha_-_Photos_by_Friedrich_Reg.pdfSangha - Monks and Nuns in the Buddhist Community2508 viewsDocumentary Photos by Friedrich Reg55555
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Understanding_the_Chinese_Buddhist_Temple.pdf
Understanding_the_Chinese_Buddhist_Temple.pdfUnderstanding the Chinese Buddhist Temple3107 viewsThis book is a collection of annotated photos taken in 2009 and 2010 at Ching Kwok Chinese Buddhist Temple, located in Toronto, Ontario. The significant contribution of “Understanding the Chinese Buddhist Temple” is to reveal the key concepts embedded within the numerous objects common to Chinese Buddhist shrines, as well as the layout of the temple, in an engaging manner that combines photographic representations with explanations. The book is suitable for anyone interested in Chinese Buddhism and culture.55555
(5 votes)
The_Anscestral_Stupas_of_Shwedagon.pdf
The_Anscestral_Stupas_of_Shwedagon.pdfThe Ancestral Stupas of the Shwedagon Pagoda2119 viewsThe Shwedagon pagoda in Yangon is the unique landmark Pagoda of the country of Myanmar. This paper tries to present the evolution of the Stupa types from the very earlier time in India to the Gupta period (3rd-7th century A.D.) through Maurya, Sunga, Gandhara and Andhra dynasties, from the North-west frontier to the south of India; and then it continues to the evolution in early Myanmar through Pyu, Bagan and Hansawady Mon dynasties up to the existing Shwedagon Pagoda's architectural style, lastly renovated by the Mon queen Shin saw pu and king Dhamasedi, which went up to the height of 302 feet, until the summit of the golden umbrella was added by king Mindon of Mandalay in the early 19th century. 44444
(4 votes)
wheel085.pdf
wheel085.pdfBuddhism in Thailand - Its Past and Its Present1277 viewsJudging from archaeological finds and other historical evidence, it is safe to say that Buddhism first reached Thailand when the country was inhabited by a racial stock of people known as the Mon-Khmer who then had their capital, Dvárávati, at a city now known as Nakon Pathom about 50 kilometers to the west of Bangkok. The great pagoda at Nakon Pathom, Phra Pathom Chedi and other historical findings in other parts of the country testify to this fact as well as to the fact that Buddhism, in its varied forms, reached Thailand at four different periods, namely: I. Theraváda or Southern Buddhism II. Maháyána or Northern Buddhism III. Burma (Pagan) Buddhism IV. Ceylon (Lankavaísa) Buddhism.44444
(1 votes)
Footprints_of_the_Buddha.pdf
Footprints_of_the_Buddha.pdfFootprints of the Buddha3932 viewsPligrimage to Buddhist India. This booklet was written for you so you can understand the significance of the most sacred Buddhist places in India. It is in these places that the Buddha dwell and left his footprints 2600 years ago. Thousands of devoted and wise persons in the world have venerated these sacred and holy places by touching the earth with their foreheads, on which the Buddha has trodden.44444
(5 votes)
buddhinthai.pdf
buddhinthai.pdfBuddhism in Thailand1939 viewsThis work presents facts and figures about the current condition of Buddhism in Thailand, historical background sketches of the establishment and growth of the Buddhist community in Thailand and information on Buddhist education in Thailand. (9-10 December, 2002).33333
(6 votes)
bud-thailand.pdf
bud-thailand.pdfBuddhism in Thailand2423 viewsThis is a history of Buddhism in Thailand - the Land of Yellow Robes. Its past and present. The Bhikkhu Sangha or the Order of monks: the two Sects or Nikayas. Wats (Temples) and Monks. The Laity. Buddhist organisations and the revival of Buddhism in Thailand.33333
(6 votes)
rbddh10.pdf
rbddh10.pdfRecord of Buddhistic Kingdoms2652 viewsFa-Hien was a Chinese monk of the Eastern dynasty (4th-5th Century). In 399 he left China for India, finally arriving there after six years of hard travel. After studying Sanskrit and obtaining many Sanskrit texts of the Tripitaka (Buddhist canon), he returned to China by sea in 414. This text is an Account by Fa-Hien of his travels in India and Ceylon (A.D. 399-414) in Search of the Buddhist Books of Discipline. Translated and annotated with a Corean recension of the Chinese text by James Legge.33333
(3 votes)
life_of_tha_buddha.pdf
life_of_tha_buddha.pdfLife of the Buddha in Gandhara Art1161 viewsThe tradition of Grandhara Art is the birthplace of many strands of Buddhist art and sculpture. Historically, it is in the Gandhara tradition – now in what is Pakistan - that the Buddha came to be represented first as a person. Prior to this, the Enlightened Buddha was symbolized in art and sculpture either through foot-prints or through a stylized Bodhi Tree. The personal representations of the Buddha originated probably through the inspiration derived from the Hellenistic tradition. In numerous bas-reliefs and friezes, phases of the Buddha’s life are elaborately depicted.33333
(1 votes)
bud-srilanka.pdf
bud-srilanka.pdfBuddhism in Sri Lanka, A Short History2754 viewsThis book deals with Buddhism in Sri Lanka from the time of its introduction in 250 B.C. in the reign of King Devanampiya Tissa, up to Buddhism in Sri Lanka in the first half of the twentieth century, and the Buddha Jayanti and after.33333
(7 votes)
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