What is the place of worship for buddhism?

Answer A place of worship for someone who practices Buddhism is called a Vihara. A Vihara is a monastery and was used by monks. Buddhism is 500 years older than Christianity and originated in East Asia.So... Read More »

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What does dharma mean in Buddhism?

According to the book "Central Conception of Buddhism and the Meaning of the Word Dharma" by Theodore Stcherbatsky, dharma means certain facts or laws regarding the universe. When Buddhists speak o... Read More »

What Type of Buildings Are Associated With Buddhism?

Since its advent in the seventh century B.C., the Buddhist religion has developed several distinctive structural forms. These architectural types can be seen throughout the world, wherever Buddhism... Read More »

How to Practice Buddhism?

The BuddhaWith over 360 million followers Buddhism is one of the worlds largest religions. It was founded in Northeastern India in c.520 BC by a young prince named Siddharta Guatama.

How to Practice Nichiren Buddhism?

The Soka Gakkai International is a international lay Buddhist organization based on the teachings of Nichiren Daishonin. To practice is simple and free. The daily practice helps one gain both laten... Read More »