1. Buddhism is a religion that was started in India by a prince named Siddhartha Guatama AKA Buddha
Buddhism is a religion that was started in India by a prince named Siddhartha Guatama AKA Buddha
2. 1Up India > Indian Religion > Religions in India- Buddhism
Buddhism is the fourth largest religion of the world after Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism. Although it originated in India, it has stronghold in countries like Tibet, China, Sri Lanka, and Southeast Asia where missioaries from India carried its message
3. BuddhaNet's Buddhist Asia Directory - India.
BuddhaNets Buddhist Asia Directory: Buddhist Centres in India.
4. India Religion on the Web at www.dinesh.com
This document has the list of India Religion websites.
5. buddhism and the revolution against brahmanism
buddhism and the revolution against brahmanism
6. The Mind Only Café - the Study of Yogacara Buddhism in Cyberspace
The Mind Only Café - the Study of Yogacara Buddhism in Cyberspace
7. Vipassana Meditation Centers In India
Vipassana Meditation Centers In India
8. A2Z Pattaya - Thailand Religion
9. ACFnewsource Story Archive: Religion
ACFnewsource Story Archive: Religion
11. Basic Teachings and Philosophical Doctrines of Buddhism
Basic Teachings and Philosophical Doctrines of Buddhism
12. Buddhism - Buddhist Studies - Academic Info
An annotated directory of Internet resources on Buddhism & Buddhist Studies.
13. Buddhism As A Religion
Buddhism As A Religion
14. Buddhism in India,Buddhism Religion,Buddhist Religion,Buddhist Circuit Tours,Indian Religion,Buddhist Temples in India
Indian Temple Portal - Guide to buddhism in india, buddhism religion, buddhist religion, buddhist circuit tours, indian religion, buddhist temples in india
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A travel agency exclusively for Tour Of Buddha Circuit.
17. Buddhist Bioethics
18. Call For a New Buddhism
Call For a New Buddhism
19. DharmaNet InterLinks
DharmaNet InterLinks: international directory of online Buddhist Studies resources
20. General Theory of Religion Homepage (version 2.0)
The ideas presented here form the kernel for the development of an open source universal religion and integration of science and religion.
21. Glossary of Pali and Buddhist Terms
Glossary of Pali and Buddhist Terms
22. Gyudmed Tantric University - lower tantric college
One of two tantric universities of the Gelugpa School of Tibetan Buddhism. Founded in 1433 by Je Sherab Sengey, a disciple of Lama Tsongkhapa, founder of the Gelugpa School.
23. history - metaxu buddhism
history - metaxu buddhism
24. Home Page
25. Jodo-Shinshu Buddhism, Dharma for the Modern Age
The Nembutsu is Shakyamuni Buddhas teaching of Liberation from Samsara through refuge in Amida Buddha in the Age of Declining Dharma.
26. Kamat's Potpourri: Topics on Buddhism
Kamats Potpourri: Topics on Buddhism - Index
27. KING ASHOKA: His Edicts and His Times
KING ASHOKA: His Edicts and His Times
28. LitKicks: Buddhism: the Beat Religion
The Buddhist religion in relation to Beat Generation literature
29. Mysticism Chapter 7 Buddhism (No. B7_7)
This chapter takes the Buddhist system from its rise in India to the spread of the Theravadin system and the developments of the subsequent Mahayana and Hinayana systems.
30. Serious Links - Religion
Religion on the Web
31. Websites on Buddhism
Websites on Buddhism
32. Religion in India - Buddhism
Religion in India: Buddhism.
Your one stop resource to buddhism.
35. Buddhist Tradition
36. Religious Movements Homepage: Buddhism
This Buddhism Page is your gateway to accessing comprehensive web based as well as print resources about Buddhism. As part of the New Religious Movements Homepage, it includes a profile of Buddhism, comprehensive links with abstracts, a print bibliography, video materials and other resources.
37. Tibetan Buddhism
38. Religion 325: Mahayana Buddhism
Religion 325: Mahayana Buddhism
39. Religion and Environment
A discussion of the viewpoints of various religions on environmental issues. Does the Western tradition (Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Marxism) separate humans from nature, and allow us to see the environment as created solely for our use? What do various religions say about our relationship with the environment? Contains sections on Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Indigenous traditions, and other religious views.
Tibetan Buddhist Cultural Institute (ITBCI) School was established in 1954 by the Tibetan Lama Dhardo Rimpoche to provide a basic education for the children of some of the poorest Tibetan families in India.
41. Tibetan Religion
42. FWBO Activities at Bodhgaya
Buddhist Meditation, Teaching, and Retreats at Bodhgaya - organised by Friends of the Western Buddhist Order
43. Buddhism and Buddhist Art - The Religion of Gautam Buddha
Buddhism and Buddha art, featuring buddha pictures, buddha statues, pictures of buddha, laughing buddha, and other tenets of zen buddhism
44. Buddhism, an introduction, John C. Powers, Publications, Faculty of Asian Studies, ANU
Buddhism, an introduction, John C. Powers, Publications, Faculty of Asian Studies, ANU
45. B is for Buddhism
B is for Buddhism
46. Diamond Way Buddhism, USA
Diamond Way Buddhism, USA consists of 25 Buddhist centers, which are a part of an international network of about 400 meditation centers in the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. These centers were founded and are directed by Lama Ole Nydahl according to the wishes of the 16th Karmapa, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje. They are currently under the spiritual guidance of the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Thaye Dorje, who now resides in India. The Diamond Way is the crown jewel of the Buddhas teachings. Working from the absolute level it employs methods of total identification with enlightenment for quickest results.
47. Pure Land Buddhism
Pure Land Buddhism
48. Tibetan Buddhism
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