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  • {{Infobox Tibetan Buddhist monastery ....typepad.com/life_on_the_tibetan_plate/2007/03/sera_monastery.html |title= Buddhist Monk of Sera Monastery, Lhasa, Tibet |pages=9–12|accessdate=2010-02-09}}<
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  • [[Category:Buddhist holidays]] [[Category:Buddhist festivals]]
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  • {{About|devotional practices in Buddhism|the quality of faith in Buddhist theory and practice|Faith in Buddhism}} ...i language]] terms like ''saddhā'', ''gārava'' or ''pūjā''. Central to Buddhist devotion is the practice of ''[[buddhānussati]]'', the recollection of the
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  • ...conical in form. A very large, central shrine torma may be constructed for festivals, though typically they are small and placed directly on a shrine, on a plat * Beer, Robert (2003) ''The Handbook of Tibetan Buddhist Symbols'' {{ISBN|1-932476-03-2}}
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  • {{ Infobox Buddhist term ...//www.mmtimes.com/no427/n003.htm|title=Shwedagon Pagoda marks the start of Buddhist Lent this week|last=Thein|first=Cherry|date=July 14–20, 2008|work=The Mya
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  • ...through the efforts of a rivaling sect. This violent death is described in Buddhist scriptures as a result of Maudgalyāyana's [[Karma in Buddhism|karma]] of h
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  • ...[Mahayana]] traditions of [[East Asian Buddhism]] and [[Tibetan Buddhism]]|Buddhist deities}} In the earliest strata of [[Early Buddhist Texts|Pali Buddhist texts]], especially in the first four [[Nikāya|Nikayas]], only the followi
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  • ...) form the non-celibate religious [[Sangha (Buddhism)|sangha]] while other Buddhist Newar castes like the [[Uray (caste group)|Urāy]] act as patrons. Uray als ...[Mandala]] sand paintings, and by being a storehouse of ancient Sanskrit [[Buddhist texts]], many of which are now only extant in Nepal.<ref>{{cite book |last=
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  • [[File:Density of Buddhist temple-monasteries per capita by province of China (2006), incomplete.png|t The translation of a large body of Indian Buddhist scriptures into Chinese and the inclusion of these translations together wi
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  • ...typically for very brief periods on a monastery wall, as part of religious festivals. Most thangkas were intended for personal meditation or instruction of mona ...itation tool to help bring one further down the path to enlightenment. The Buddhist [[Vajrayana]] practitioner uses a thanga image of their [[yidam]], or medit
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  • ...''Chonga Choepa''' or the '''Butter Lamp Festival''', is one of the four [[Buddhist festival]]s commemorating four events in the life of the [[Gautama Buddha|B ...ay of the month.<ref>Tibet Discovery, [http://www.tibetdiscovery.com/tibet-festivals/butter-lamp-festival/ "Butter Lamp Festival"]</ref>
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  • ...gsar}}) refers to the Tibetan New Year, which is one of the most important festivals in [[Tibetan Buddhism]]. The Tibetan New Year is marked on the 1st to 3rd d ...the Dalai Lama, and the Government, to consult Nechung during the New Year festivals.<ref>Gyatso, Tenzin (1988). ''Freedom in Exile: the Autobiography of the Da
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  • ...ting system of Indian castes in the sutras see [[Varna (Hinduism)#Varna in Buddhist texts]] ...h's study of Buddhist texts, particularly relating to castes in Sri Lankan Buddhist and Tamil Hindu society, "The terms Vaisya and Sudra did not correspond to
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  • [[File:Buddhist sects.png|thumb|Map showing the three major Buddhist divisions.]] ...[[Pāli Canon]] as its doctrinal core. The Pali canon is the only complete Buddhist canon which survives in a classical [[Indo-Aryan languages|Indic Language]]
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  • {{Infobox Tibetan Buddhist monastery ...ourite picnic spot, and provide a beautiful venue for theatre, dancing and festivals, particularly the Shodun or 'Yoghurt Festival', which is at the beginning o
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  • ...ess |year=2008|isbn=9780700712007|page=1075}}</ref> There are also various Buddhist temples and Confucian academies built on these mountains. ...ina|publisher=Alliance of Religions and Conversation|quote=The four sacred Buddhist mountains of China are believed to be the homes of Boddhisattvas (enlighten
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