Buddhism

Buddhism
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  • The Han emperor Ming had a dream where the Buddha appeared to Mingdi as a flying golden god. Convinced this was a sign and that the Buddha was communicating with him directly, the emperor sent a group of men toIndia. They returned to China with the holy texts of Buddhism.
  • Buddhism became the major faith of Chinain the fourth and fifth centuries.
  • SouthEast Asia
  • Let's introduce Buddhism into our country
  • India
  • Central Asia
  • Monks were supposedly skilled in Magic
  • Welcome to Buddhist School!
  • As you all know, this is our Buddhist monastery
  • During the early 20th century, a movement aimed at reviving Chinese Buddhism came about. However, this effort was severely hindered by the Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) and the establishment of a communist government in China in 1949.
  • Today in Chan school, we will be emphasizing on meditation. 
  • And later on, we will be practicing our arts and culture.
  • During the Cultural Revolution from 1966 to 1976, which was an attempt to rid China of non-communist elements, Buddhism was severely repressed. Throughout China, Buddhist temples and monasteries were destroyed.
  • Once the Cultural Revolution ended, the Chinese government began to pursue a more tolerant policy toward religion. Buddhism soon showed new life, though it remained under a great deal of government control.
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