The founder of the Buddhism religion was Guatama Buddha this religion was founded in 654 BC. There is no founder of the religion Hinduism. According to some resources it is said that Hinduism is not basically a religion but it is a way of living or a substance of life. The spreading of Buddhism religion had started from India and it spread among many countries. There are two types of Buddhism according to some sources, Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism is quite different than Theravada Buddhism as it refers to the daily practice of meditation by Buddhists.
It’s been around for such a long time that no one really knows who started it or when it really started, it is said to be one of the oldest religions in the world. Hinduism contains many major sects, as well as countless sub-sects with local or regional variations. 6. What is the name of the holy book? The holy books of Hinduism are the Vedas, the Smriti, Amayana, Mahabharata and also the Purans.
Hinduism grew out of the beliefs of the Aryans as recorded in the Vedas. It’s one of the oldest religions in the world. Just like Buddhism Hinduism is still used today its most used in India were it came from. Hindu was an emperor, unlike Buddha he made Hinduism because he wanted to make his empire bigger then it was by having more than just one empire. In Hinduism there were three gods and goddesses Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu Brahma is the creator who sees all.
Buddhist meditation practices focuses on techniques that develop and encourage concentration, emotional positivity, clarity and a calm seeing and insight of the true nature of things. By engaging and practicing certain meditation practices you learn the habits and patterns of your mind, and the practice offers more positive ways of being and a means of cultivate new. With energised, positive and peaceful states of mind. These experiences can have transformative effect and can lead to a new understanding of life. (Buddhist.centre).
*Back during the 6th century BC, in India, Buddhism was originated. Buddhism's main branch it came from was Mahayana, (Greater Vehicle). China and Korea also, got the religion Buddhism not just Japan. Kudara, Paikche, kingdoms in Korea had actually imported Buddhism to Japan. Once Buddhism was welcomed into Japan's new state, Buddhism was not that common to people.
In Buddhism it is to follow the Middle Path or the Eightfold Way. In Christianity it is to live without sin and to follow in the humble ways of Jesus Christ. Buddhism and Christianity both bring about the belief that material things and pleasures do not make you truly happy and will ultimately end to suffering. Also, that one must treat others with love and respect for if you don’t you will not be happy and will suffer. Examples of these views are found in scriptures like the Buddhist book of concepts called the Dhammapada Pāḷi and in the Bible.
Buddhism considers the soul to be an illusion while, Christianity says it is eternal and real. Also, Buddhism believes in a cycle of reincarnations, that is, one can return to earth several times as an animal or human. Whereas, Christianity says that we live only once on earth and after death are sent to either hell or
In spite of the similarities, there are a great deal of disparities between the two when studied carefully. The founders or teachers of both the religions belonged to the kshatriya caste and opposed and undermined the orthodoxy of brahmanical religion. As opposed to the brahmanical religion, both of them were non expensive religions as they didn't have any complex and elaborate rituals and ceremonies. While Jainism hinged on soul theory and self mortification, Buddhists didn't see eye to eye with them on their rigorous asceticism and declared a Middle Way. Both of them upheld the principle of amsira-nonviolence to living beings but Jains took it to the point of extreme insanity whereas in buddhism it stayed within reasonable limits.
Some people may misunderstand that following the teaching of the Buddha is similar or same as what Christian does, however Buddhism urge people to follow the Buddha’s teaching but not worshiping of obeying him. In Buddhism, Buddha is only a role model as he is the first and the only one who
1. I believe in reincarnation. Ultimate goal of a Buddhist is to get enlightenment which we call it Nirvana and liberate one from suffering and endless reincarnation. We also have beliefs and they are The Three Jewels, Four Noble Truths, Noble Eightfold Path and Five Precepts. 2.