Buddhism

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Pronunciation[change]

  • IPA: /ˈbu.dɪ.zəm/
  • SAMPA: /"bu.dI.z@m/

Proper noun[change]

Proper noun
Buddhism

  1. A religion and philosophy based on the teachings of Buddha. Buddhism is common in east Asia and teaches that suffering can be ended by gaining nirvana.
    Buddhism is often practiced in Japan,Tibet, and Korea.
    Teachers in Tibetan Buddhism have sought to teach Buddhism to children.[1]

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Major religions of the world (edit)

Atheism - Buddhism - Christianity - Confucianism - Druidry - Eckankar - Hinduism - Islam - Jainism -
Judaism - Paganism - Shamanism - Sikhism - Taoism - Unitarian Universalism - Wicca - Zoroastrianism -


    • Date 2012 (120128) Publication information Section A; Column 0; Foreign Desk; Pg. 12 Title Teaching Tibetan Ways, a School in China Is an Unlikely Wonder Author By DAN LEVIN; Mia Lee contributed research. Source New York Times