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I think it's 1. Because how can you give a example or proper reason? And Siddhartha Gautama.

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Zen Buddhism is a form of Buddhism in Japan, and it was imported from Chinese chan Buddhism, it also has some similarities with Mahayana Buddhism. Zen simply means a type of experimental process through meditation. This is practiced by Buddhist to achieve self-realization. Zen Buddhism was...Read More

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B. Wright

Always excited to learn and talk about new topics

Although many similarities have been noted between Buddhism and Jainism, there are some differences between these religions. Buddhism is a religion that focuses on the life and the teachings of Gautama Buddha. Buddhism does not believe in the existence of the soul in non-living creatures like...Read More

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Buddhism and Sikhism are two different forms of religion. Buddhism dates back to the 15th century. Buddhism focuses on the life and teachings of Gautama Buddha, who is believed to be the Enlightened one. Sikhism revolves around the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev and ten successive...Read More

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T. Lopez

Let's see how far my knowledge stretches

Buddhism is one of the oldest religions in the whole world. It has a huge number of followers, particularly in Asia. Buddhism is known to have various types of groups under it. Examples are Mahayana and Theravada. Although, both have some similarities since they are equally two branches of...Read More

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S. Barnes

Driving down to Knowledge town

The essence of Shinto is the Japanese dedication to invisible spiritual beings and powers called Kami to shrines and various rituals. Shinto is not a means of explaining the world, and it is not a traditional world religion. Shinto’s foundation was built upon ceremonies that allow human...Read More

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Buddhism is a religion that originated in India and then moved into different parts of Asia like China and Japan. Still today, people in India practice Buddhism, but most of them practice Hinduism. Buddhism is known for having Buddha. However, Buddha is a symbol of the religion and not the...Read More

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The prince Siddhartha enjoyed an easy adulthood and his lifestyle was good. But then on an outing he set his eyes on an old man, a sick man, a corpse and a holy man. These sights made him think about aspects of life that were not easy, and situations that were very unhappy. He thought abo...Read More

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The three characteristics of existence were ANIICCA ANATTA & DUKKHA

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