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  • Why did the two groups of Buddhist followers split in India?
  • They split because people didn't always agree on the meaning of the Buddha's teachings.
  • What were the names of those two groups?
  • They were called the Mahayana and the Theravada.
  • What were the beliefs of these two groups?
  • The Makayana did not believe in a ruling god, while the Theravada sought spirituality, enlightement, and self-discipline.
  • Why did the two groups of Buddhist followers split in India? Why did the two groups of Buddhist followers split in India? What came from the introduction of Islam into India?
  • They split because people didn't always agree on the meaning of the Buddha's teachings. They split because people didn't always agree on the meaning of the Buddha's teachings. The Continent was divided, my brother. Into a Hindu state and two Islamic States.
  • Why did the two groups of Buddhist followers split in India? Why was there fighting in this great nation known as India?
  • They split because people didn't always agree on the meaning of the Buddha's teachings. The fighting erupted over the rise of Islamic power.
  • अलविदा
  • Catch you on the flip side, brother!
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