1. Social Studies

    Buddhism became popular in part because it did not defend.... 1. dharma 2. the Hindu gods 3. the caste system**** 4. life after death This religion believes that the way to stop suffering is to stop desire 1. Buddhism*** 2. Judaism 3. Hinduism 4. Jainism
  2. History

    What is one of the factors that helped Buddhism spread through China? A. Theravada Buddhism enabled all worshipers to achieve nirvana. B. Mahayana Buddhism offered escape from suffering and the promise of achieving salvation.
  3. World History

    What is one way Buddhism differs from Hinduism? A. Buddhism has teachers and spiritual practices. B. Buddhism recognized that people are all interconnected. C. Buddhism rejects a caste system and focuses on meditation.* D. Buddhism teaches that a person's
  4. religion

    Hi, I have a couple questions on Buddhism. Where is Buddhism growing the most, today? What types of diffusion and geographic patterns of spread did it have? How has Buddhism changed through diffusion? Help much appreciated.
  5. world history

    What is one of the factors that helped Buddhism spread through China? A. Shi Huangdi appointed Buddhist monks to run his government. B.Mahayana Buddhism offered escape from suffering and the promise of achieving salvation. my educated guess is B
  6. world geography

    6. this religion is most popular in asia, parts of africa, and the middle east. a. islam b. buddhism c. christianity d. Hinduism**or c 7. this easrtern religion has drawn the greatest number of indian followers and revolves about the belief in
  7. Religion

    What countries of origin Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism? What are historical figures and events Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism? What are the central beliefs of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism? The nature of god of
  8. college

    What is the difference between Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism?
  9. history

    The Division of Buddhism: Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism Buddhism, the religion was born in India in the sixth century, with wide spread over a large part of Asia and many parts of the world. After the death of the Buddha, the Buddhist communities of
  10. World History

    In India, the birthplace of Buddhism, curiously, Buddhism all but vanished, as it was ___________.
  11. Hum/

    >What countries of origin Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism? >What are historical figures and events Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism? >What are the central beliefs of Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism? >What is
  12. Buddha

    I want to learn about BUDDHA Go for it. The internet is a great source of information. You could also do it the old-fashioned way and get a few books on the topic. Here are several sites that will give you information on this topic.
  13. History

    1. Which of the following was NOT a factor in the decline of Buddhism in India? A. Hinduism’s increasing appeal B. Buddhism’s reinforcement of the Indian caste system C. Hinduism’s increasing religious ardor D. The growing attractiveness of bhakti to
  14. Ap world history

    I population increase and East Asia and South East Asia during this timeframe was due in large part to.. A) The lack of wars B)The growing respect for a woman C) The spread of Buddhism,hey religions that encourages procreation D) The development of a
  15. world history

    How did Buddhism spread beyond India?
  16. ap world history

    Hi,I have to write an essay for my ap world history class but i am confused on how to write a thesis for it.The instructions are "Compare the diffusion of Buddhism from its origin to the sixth century C.E with the diffusion of Christianity from its origin
  17. AP World History

    Okay I have no idea how to group the documents without summarizing them individually in my DBQ essay. My essay prompt is that I have analyze the responses to the spread of Buddhism in China and add an additional document. Plus I need help with my thesis:
  18. religion,help

    what is a good website where i can find the countries of origin for: hinduism buddhism confucianism daoism now one more question for right now. when they are asking for the country of origin do they refer to where did thAT NAME COME FROM? OR WHAT IS IT
  19. World Religions

    Buddhism - Two of the most important teachings for Mahayana Buddhists are the Diamond Sutta and the Lotus Sutta. Diamonds and lotuses are beautiful. Why do you think Mahayana Buddhists gave these names to two suttas?
  20. Social Studies

    This religion believes in karma, or that actions in your life would have consequences 1. (Buddhism) 2. Judaism 3. altruism 4. Hinduism I'm having trouble because both Buddhism and Hinduism believe in karma/
  21. world history

    Need Thesis help for essay on.... Hinduism, Confucianism and Buddhism are three of the world’s great belief systems. Compare and contrast their impact on the societies that embraced them. I started it Although Hinduism, Confucianism and
  22. world history

    Need Thesis help for essay on....this is the question being answered: Prompt: Hinduism, Confucianism and Buddhism are three of the world’s great belief systems. Compare and contrast their impact on the societies that embraced them. I started this thesis,
  23. world history

    5. What religion, which had potentially universal appeal, was created by Gautama Siddhartha in India? [A. Buddhism] B. Hinduism C. Zoroastrianism D. Jainism
  24. Religion

    Why did Buddhism become popular in India 🇮🇳?
  25. world geography

    5. the statement below are examples of human geography except a. interaction patterns between people b. peoples minds and thoughts processes c. peoples interaction within the community d. earhts various climates and multiple layers of atmosphere. ** 6.
  26. buddhism pilgrimage

    thesis statement for buddhism
  27. Please Teach Me More About Buddha!

    How many different "Buddhas" are there in the Tibetan pantheon? How does this differ from Theravada Buddhism? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tibetan_Buddhism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theravada_Buddhism Let us know what you think. =) While you read
  28. religion correction

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion? By following all the practices such as the Sila, Samadhi, and Prajna. Helps them avoid the five percepts and have a better life and more faith towards the religion. I'm not
  29. religion

    How did the childhood experiences of Siddhartha Guatama (Buddha) lead to his questioning of the spiritual practices of his time? http://www.wsu.edu/~dee/BUDDHISM/SIDD.HTM =)
  30. Religion, correction,edit

    can someone correct this for me please. on buddhism the questions are: Country of origin: my answer: north east indian Historical figures and events: My answer: the founder of buddhism -Siddhartha Gautana(the buddha) Central Believes: my answer: *Buddha
  31. World History

    The correct chronological flow of Buddhism would be A) Japan to Korea to China B) India to Southeast Asia to China to Japan C) India to China to Korea D) Southeast Asia to China to India I think the correct answer is C, but I'm not sure.
  32. World Civilizations

    A Hindu society in Southeast Asia that resisted both Buddhism and Islam was
  33. ap world history

    why did buddhism and christianity spread when ans as it did in 300 bce to 1000 ce?
  34. AP world history

    Analyze the responses to the spread of Buddhism in china... i don't know how to do this essay.. its a DBQ
  35. world geography

    which religion is found in japan only? a. confucianism b. buddhism c. catholism d. shintoism my answer is b
  36. SS

    What changes did the Aryan migration bring to India? (1 point) The Aryans brought Islam to the region of South Asia. The Aryans developed the Mughal Empire. The Aryans established the caste system and helped develop Hinduism. The Aryans helped spread
  37. 6th Geography

    which of the following is an accurate statement about the history of south Asia? a) Buddhism was founded in India b) when west Pakistan gained its independence it was renamed Bangladesh c) invaders from the Indus valley conquered Afghanistan in about
  38. religion

    The Middle East is the spiritual homeland for all of the following world religions EXCEPT: a. judaism b.christianity c.islam d.buddhism
  39. World History

    Why did Buddhism become popular in India? I learned this so long ago idk what the answer is anymore. I cant even remember what I ate for breakfast..
  40. Buddhism

    Hum 130 WK 4. What kind of spirituality did Buddha practice as a youth and what did that transition into as an adullt
  41. history

    What are the major differences between Theravadin and Mahayana Buddhism? In your opinion, what type of person might be attracted to each type and why?
  42. 6th Grade World History

    Hi, can someone please explain me this: What caused the shift from Hinduism to Buddhism? *Note: I'm learning about Ancient India. Thanks and I don't have too much time so please hurry. Thanks :)
  43. geography

    Where is the hearth of Buddhism? India?
  44. World History

    Which statement BEST explains why Hunduism is one of the world's most complex repligions? A.Hinduism is very similar to Buddhism and Christianity. B.Hinduism is no longer practiced in presents-day India. C.Hinduism grew out of the overlapping beliefs of
  45. social studies

    what happened to buddhism in india
  46. world history

    What was one result of the cultural blending between Muslims and Hindus ? A.the destruction of buddhism B.the mughal dynasty C.the skin religion D.the caste system My answer is ..B ?
  47. world history

    Which of the following was a Chinese school of thought during the fourth century B.C.E. that denounced ethics in favor of obedience? A. Buddhism B. Confucianism C. Daoism D. Legalism i concluded D what you think
  48. religion

    Are Jainism and Buddhism and indigenous religions?
  49. religion

    what is the Buddhism perspective on gender and desires
  50. geography

    Discuss the origin, diffusion, and impact on the cultural landscape for one of the following: A) folk housing styles in the United States. B) Buddhism in Asia. C) English in South Asia.
  51. Religion

    What is the Ethics and morality for Buddhism? I have been looking but not sure where else to look that will give me the answer.
  52. 10th grade

    analyze the responses to the spread of buddhism in china
  53. Geography

    19. The spread of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam throughout Southeast Asia best exemplifies what geographic theme? a. movement b. location c. place d. absolute region 28. What information would be the most helpful in drawing inferences about why certain
  54. english

    which of the following is not Abrahamic religion? a. christianity b. buddhism c. judaism. d. islam
  55. Geography

    Which of the following global religions arose in India? A. Buddhism B. Jainism C. Hinduism D. Sikhism
  56. Social Studies

    21. Why did Buddhism become popular in India? (3 points) Please help with this question fast. Thx
  57. religion

    Does anybody have a website with recent demographics on religions or at least Buddhism? Google doesn't really help.
  58. Religion

    Historical figures and events:Hinduism Confucianism Buddhism And Daoism
  59. 11th grade

    why did the religons of buddhism and christianity spread when and as it did in africa during 300 bce?
  60. History

    How did Buddhism spread through Korea into Japan? Explain how Duddhism and Shinto blended together.
  61. Human Geography

    Discuss the origin, diffusion, and impact on the cultural landscape for one of the following: A) folk housing styles in the United States. B) Buddhism in Asia. C) English in South Asia. Anyway I can get help with this? I have an FRQ due thursday and need
  62. World History

    Buddhism
  63. geography

    I have to do an essay on how religion and culture are connected? help !!!! I can only use one of the ancient religions and one of the asian civilizations that appear in the unit. basically Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Daoism. And the
  64. social studies

    which religion began in the middle east shintoism, hinduism, judaism or buddhism
  65. Geography please help

    this religion believes in karma or that the actions in your life have consequences A: Buddhism B:Judaism C:Altruism D:Hinduism
  66. religion

    beliefs,dharma,effects on chinese live,writings ofconfucianism,legalism,daoism,buddhism.
  67. religion

    What is the relationship between Buddhism and the natural habitat? How does it help guide the modifications of the environment and shape the perception of nature?
  68. History

    1. A Hindu society in Southeast Asia that resisted both Buddhism and Islam was: A. Bali. B. Indonesia. C. Thailand. D. Cambodia. im confused between A and B 2. By the twelfth century, great center of Islamic learning in West Africa was: A. Great Zimbabwe.
  69. social st.

    is this a 6 grade work There is and another part of Indian Culture which is Indian Arts The main theme of Indian art seem to begin emerging as early as the Harappan period, about 2500 BC. Although we're still not sure, some Harappan images look like later
  70. Social Studies

    What characteristic did the Mauryan and Mughal empires share? -Both helped spread Buddhism -Both helped spread Islam -Both embraced the idea of religious tolerance -Both were begun by Aryan people
  71. Social Studies

    What characteristic did the Mauryan and Mughal empires share? a.Both helped spread Buddhism. b.Both helped spread Islam. c.Both embraced the idea of religious tolerance. d.Both were begun by Aryan people I think either a or d Help?
  72. History

    Which religion considers the epic poem about Krishna one of the most important texts? Buddhism****** Hinduism Judaism Zoroastrianism
  73. Social studies please help :) thank u so much!

    what is one of the values revealed through the indian epics A: the equality of men and women B: the importance of duty over personal desires C: the superiority of the nobility D: the knowledge gained through war and conquest How did geography affect where
  74. Core World History

    1. Choose EITHER Buddhism OR Confucianism and describe its origin, major principles, and how it affected existing laws, social practices, or culture. Also describe whether and how the religion/philosophy influenced other societies. I don't know how to
  75. world history

    what are some songs about Buddhism? They are needed for a school project.
  76. norwalk

    historical events of daoism IV History of Daoism Print this section Daoism gradually changed from the philosophy of a small number of sages to a widespread popular religion followed by numerous individual believers and by many groups of monks and lay
  77. Social studies please help soon I'm timed please

    Which religion considers the epic poem about Krishna one of the most important texts? A: Buddhism B:Hinduism C: judaism D: Zoroastrianism
  78. World

    Proximity to China allowed the introduction of Buddhism and Confucianism into which state?
  79. world history

    9. What were the basic features of the major world belief systems? a. Hinduism b. Daoism c. Judaism d. Christianity e. Buddhism
  80. history

    Several religions have a festival of lights. In Buddhism, it celebrates the return of Buddha from heaven. http://www.mandalayhilltravels.com/myanmar-festival.htm what is the festaval of lights? is it like the celebration of budda or something like that??
  81. english/ global

    What's the word when someone believes in more than one religion? -Like someone who believes in Buddhism and Confucianism at the same time.
  82. AP world History

    What were the basic features of the major world belief systems? (8000 BCE -600 CE) a. Hinduism b. Daoism c. Judaism d. Christianity e. Buddhism
  83. World History and Geography 9R - HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hinduism VS Buddhism?? Similarities and differences Please help and something for a 9th grader to UNDERSTAND.
  84. World History

    Like Judaism, Christianity, and Islam,both Hinduism an Buddhism got their starts on the continent of ________.
  85. social studys

    Hi! please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have a quiz due today my grandma was in the hospital and I couldn't do school! I promise on my life that that is the case....here is the question : WHY DID BUDDHISM BECOME POPULAR IN INDIA?: its 28 percent of my grade plz
  86. More About Buddha.....

    I just can't get enough of Buddha.... please give me more information about Buddha and his accomplishments..... what did Buddha eat while he was sitting under the Bodhi Tree? Why is Buddha portrayed as being overweight, anyway? He would have been pretty
  87. world history

    Explain the origins of Hinduism and Buddhism and compare their main beliefs and social practices associated with them?
  88. Human Religious

    Is Japanese culture/religion evolved over time? Shintoism is mainly a Japanese religion. Buddhism, Taoism, Hinduism, and most other Asian religions originated in other areas. So I'm assuming the question wants you to incorporate Shintoism into your answer.
  89. world history

    I need to put these history dates in Chronological order to fill out a history chart on Buddhism. I am not sure the correct order and don't want to get the whole chart wrong. Please help. 5th century B.C.E. 350 C.E. 500 C.E. 819 C.E. Early 9th century C.E.
  90. Religon

    What is the difference between the way Buddhists understand a person who has realized their buddha-hood (बुद्ध) and the way Western religions experience the relationship between a Divine Being and the founders of religions? In
  91. Religion

    What are the countries of origin, Historical figures and events, central beliefs, nature of god, texts, ritual and practice (sacred elements and their meaning), and ethics and morality for Buddhism?
  92. religion

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion? Go to http://www.google.com and enter buddhism -- be sure to spell it correctly! =) How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion? By following
  93. World History

    How do the Crusades and Muslim and Christian accounts of them demonstrate how these two religions resembled each other more than either one resembles Buddhism, during the postclassical period?
  94. world history

    Which of the following is a chinese school of thought that denounced ethics in favor of obedience? a. daoism b.legalism c. buddhism d. confucianism
  95. Geography

    23. Most of the people in South Asia make their living from a. mining b. herding c. farming d. weaving C 25. The two religions with the most followers in South Asia are a. Hinduism and Christianity b. Christianity and Sikhism c. Hinduism and Islam d.
  96. religion , edit

    How do contemporary Buddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion? Contemporary BUddhist practices reflect the foundations of the religion by meditation which is like praying to their gods inorder to keep away the illnesses and evil. It helps
  97. world religions

    I am conducting a research paper and am having trouble finding comparisons and contrasts between Judaism and Buddhism with credital authors, where could I go to find this information?
  98. philosophy

    choose two or three Eastern philosophies and describe how they compare. Take sides, determine which philosophies are most persuasive, and explain why. http://www.ask.com/web?q=taoism&qsrc=0&o=0&l=dir http://www.ask.com/web?q=shintoism&qsrc=1&o=0&l=dir
  99. writeacher,religion

    Have i answered this correctly or even have some points here I tried to my best of my abilities. How did the childhood experiences of Siddhartha Guatama (Buddha) lead to his questioning of the spiritual practices of his time? Siddhartha Guatama childhood
  100. world history

    i need to make 3 object from the indus valley and 8 that describes the important beliefs of buddhism could someone tell what items i need to make