There was one man who helped spread Buddhism throughout the lands and his name was Asoka. When he learned about a religion called Buddhism he switched from is old religion to Buddhism. He tried to convince everyone else to be devoted to Buddhism. Even if they didn’t follow Buddhism Asoka was still tolerant of them and their other
‘Dalai Lama’ is a nickname means something like “Ocean of Wisdom”. Deeper meaning The Tibetan word ‘Lama’ means “a religious teacher who deserves the respect and devotion of his followers”. (Keynes, 2008, 207). Dalai Lama who considered as religious leader at the Tibetan Buddhists, and his spiritual and temporal leadership, in the region, which suffers internal unrest. His followers saw as the "king of Tibet" and “Successor Buddha,” and called him one of the “advocates of peace”.
temporary,and the middle. The basic idea of the triple truth is that all things and desires lack reality, though, they have existence. The Shingon School was founded by Kukai and is one of the remaining small Buddhist lineages. Kukai traveled to China and studied Shingon at the Qinglong Monastery.
Although Hinduism and Buddhism were both found in India, they both tore apart yet made India better in many different ways. They both have a very similar philosophy but also differ in many ways. Siddhartha (the founder of Buddhism) was a prince who grew up practicing Hinduism. Siddhartha wanted to end suffering. He found how to reach enlightenment and started to teach it.
Buddhism came about in the northeastern India a period of social change and extreme religious activity. Before the Common Era, a teacher known as Buddha, lived in northern India. Its name meant an enlightened being who has awakened from ignorance and attained freedom from suffering. The historical figure was born on the northern edge of the Ganges River basin. Through unfortunate situations he decided to leave his place as prince, his wealth and family to live the life of an ascetic.
Throughout the 1800’s indigo was extremely popular, everyone wanted to have the beautifully dyed clothing it produced. Most of the indigo that had been produced came from India and West Africa. The consumer base was in Europe and the UK. It took many people to produce the indigo. I believe that the most positive impact was on those who moved it.
The person I am researching is Michael Oher who does not have any current nicknames. Michael’s birthday is on May 28th 1986. Michael changed other people’s opinion of homeless people. He took a stand for homeless people and people that have had parents or family members that do drugs. He became famous because he was once a homeless person
Answer 3. Buddhism being the most influential force in Ashoka’s life (as evident from most of the historical texts about him) shaped most the Edicts likewise which encouraged mankind to enjoy and practice generosity, kindness, morality and many more not only this he also tried to achieve a just society through all his practices. Rock Edict XIII being one of the important of all Edicts reflects a lot about the acts of kindness as explained in Ashoka Dhamma. As one can easily see how after the Kalinga war hundreds and thousands of people and animals lost their lives and a lot were carried away captive which is not acceptable by all those practicing dhamma and a deep remorse is shown towards the loss as it it considered to be painful and serious.
“Reputation “is an image of a person or something which is hard to build and acquire. It is probably most important things a person can acquire in his or her life. Some people in the world remembered for year after year because of their reputation. Reputation made by trust and how he or she represents himself or herself in their lifetime. There could be different reputation for the same person, which depends on nation or religion.
Our life was put in the labyrinthine mazes of suffering but we can pass through those detours by accepting things in our salvation and face the day without blocking the daylight. We made our own adventures of joy and pain but the catch is it might create a force that we don’t know much impact it might create back. Herman Hesse shows us his book Siddharta which comprises making life choices on our daily existence that made us swerve on a path that we never knew existed. The motivation of Herman Hesse to write Siddharta is his connection with the Indian culture and philosophy.
1.) During the initial months of the depression, the general belief was that the troubles were cause by the "cut-throat competitions" between businessmen causing many businesses to fail. As a result the Roosevelt administration's first attempt ot deal with the crisis was to mitigate such "cut-throat competitions" with the provisions of the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933. This act spawned the Nation Recovery Administration (NRA). The NRA was empowered to bring government, industrial corporations, and labor unios together to find ways to get rid of "cut-throat competitions".
Mohandas Gandhi was born in 1869 in the Indian coastal city. His family taught him to respect all religions and to believe that all living things are holy. Gandhi traveled to England to study law and after getting his degree returned to India. When Gandhi went back he saw that Indians were treated horribly by the British and they were forced to imitate them. Gandhi refused to live by this and believed people should live free of all class, wealth, and educational distinctions.