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buddhistway.pdf
buddhistway.pdfThe Buddhist Way5235 viewsDr K. Sri Dhammananda explains some Buddhist cultural practices: Going for Refuges, Religious Rites, Alms Giving, Marriage, Buddhist Education and Cultural Practices, Images, Holy Water, Holy Thread, Talismans and Amulets, Blessing Services for Children, Death, Post Mortem, Funerals, Burial and Cremation, Disposal of the Ashes, Period of Mourning, Post-Funeral Rites and Memorial Services.
M09_CulturalofBuddhism.mp3
M09_CulturalofBuddhism.mp3The Culture of Buddhism994 viewsCollection of Dhamma Talks in America: Cultural of Buddhism (32 mins)
thai_cambodian_art.pdf
thai_cambodian_art.pdfThai-Cambodian Culture - Relationship through Arts958 viewsThailand and Cambodia are very close neighbours with common borders and cultural relations. The Thai people received and adopted some arts and culture from ancient Cambodia. The pre-Thai scripts and spoken words were adopted from Khmer native language. The development of Cambodian arts can be seen in the Thai art of the Lopburi period (11th to 15th century A.D.) It was occupied by the Khmers and as such the art of this period is known locally as Khmer art which deals with Mahayana elements.
Understanding_the_Chinese_Buddhist_Temple.pdf
Understanding_the_Chinese_Buddhist_Temple.pdfUnderstanding the Chinese Buddhist Temple3152 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.
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