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1: Buddhism and Hinduism Are two different religions,they not only have different beliefs but they also have different customs,practices and history backgrounds | siddharta Gautama | Hinduist god

2: History of Buddhism | Siddharta Gautama

3: Buddhism was founded by Siddtha Gautamaar he is better know as the Buddha (the awaken) , He was a royal prince in 624 BC from a place called Lumbini, in northern India is now part of Nepal. At the ageof 29 years he retired to the forest where he followed a spiritual life of meditation. After six years he attained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree in Bodh Gaya, India. In all Buddha Shakyamuni gave eighty-four thousand teachings. His intention in founding Buddhism was to lead living beings to permanent liberation from suffering. He realized temporary liberation from suffering and difficulties is not enough. Motivated by love and compassion his aim was to help living beings find lasting peace or nirvana.

4: Buddhist Beliefs | Buddhist monks

5: Buddhist believe that only by understanding the four noble truth and by following the 4th truth, which says that freedom from suffering is possible by practicing the eight fold path. other Buddhism beliefs are: *they belive that Buddha is their only master *they belive that this world was not created by god *There are three ways of attaining Enlightenment, namely as a Disciple, as a Pratyeka-Buddha and as a Samyak-sam-Buddha. The life of a Bodhisattva, who is striving to become a Samyak-sam-Buddha, is the highest, noblest and the most heroic. *The different Buddhist beliefs, practices, rites and ceremonies, customs and habits followed in different countries should not be confused with the essential teachings of Buddha.

6: Buddhism customs and Practices | Buddhist temple

7: * meditation- mental concentration and mindfulness *mantas- sacred sounds *mudras- symbolic hand gestures * prayer wheels-recting mandtras with the turn of a wheel

8: Buddhist text and writings

9: The Three Baskets are called the Tipitaka.They are the basic scripture of Buddhism’s teachings. *Vinaya Pitaka Discipline Basket-The first basket, the Vinaya Pitaka, explains and analizes the R and Rs set forth for the monks and nuns to follow in their monastic life. The several hundred regulations are concerned with basic morality, but include details on robe-making, monk and nun interaction, and other essentials for successful life in the sangha. *Sutta Pitaka – Discourse Basket- The second basket, the Sutta Pitaka, is similar to a transcription of the conversations between the Buddha and the monks and nuns, the Buddha’s sermons and verbal discourses and teachings. Additional information about the Suttas (Pali) or Sutras (Sanskrit) are discussed under those titles. *Abhidhamma Pitaka – Philosophy Basket - The third basket, the Abhidhamma Pitaka, which means further or special teachings, is a systematic philosophical and sometimes “scientific” description of the nature of mind, matter and time.

10: History of Hinduism | hiduist god

11: Hinduism is one of the oldest religiouns systems. It is hard to provide Hinduist history because it has no specific founder or theology. "The development of this religion was influenced when light-skinned nomadic Aryan Indo-European tribes invaded Northern India BC from Russia and Central Asia attacking the Harappan people who lived there in 1500. The word, Hinduism, comes from the word, Indus, which is the name of an Indian River that existed about 5000 years ago."

12: Hinduist Beliefs | Hiinduist symble

13: *The three-in-one god known as “Brahman,” which is composed of: Brahma (the creator), Vishnu (the Preserver), and Shiva (the Destroyer). *The Caste System. *Karma. The law that good begets good, and bad begets bad. Every action, thought, or decision one makes has consequences – good or bad – that will return to each person in the present life, or in one yet to come. *Reincarnation. Also known as “transmigration of souls,” or “samsara.” This is a journey on the “circle of life,” where each person experiences as series of physical births, deaths, and rebirths. With good karma, a person can be reborn into a higher caste, or even to godhood. Bad karma can relegate one to a lower caste, or even to life as an animal in their next life. *Nirvana. This is the goal of the Hindu. Nirvana is the release of the soul from the seemingly endless cycle of rebirths.

14: Hinduism Customs and Practices | hinduist dance

15: Hinduism practices generally involve seeking awrenes of god and sometimes also seeking blessings from Devas. therfore, Hinduism has developed numerous meant to help one think divinity in the midst of evryday life. *Rituals _- the vast majority of Hindus engage in religious rituals on a daily basis. *Pilgrimage and festivals _- the festivals typically celebrate events from Hindu mythology, often coinciding with seasonal changes.

16: Hinduism Texts and Writings | vedas primary text

17: The Vedas There are four Vedas, the Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda and Atharva Veda. The Vedas are the primary texts of Hinduism. They also had a vast influence on Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Traditionally the text of the Vedas was coeval with the universe. Scholars have determined that the Rig Veda, the oldest of the four Vedas, was composed about 1500 B.C., and codified about 600 B.C. It is unknown when it was finally committed to writing, but this probably was at some point after 300 B.C..

19: The difference between Buddhism and Hinduism There are many differences between both religions,examples: * Buddhism has a founder ( Siddhartha Gautama ), Hinduism dues not have a founder. *Buddhist belief in the Four noble, Hinduist belief in nirvana *Buddhist practice the prayer wheels-recting mandtras with the turn of a wheel Hinduist belief in *Buddhist scriptures are the tree basquets, Hinduist follow the primery texts the vedas.

20: this would be possible with out : -History of buddism- about buddhism, publisher 2001 about buddhism 9-9-10 www.aboutbuddhism.org/history-of-buddhism.htm/ -picture of buddhist meditation -meditatio guidance 9-11-10 www.meditationguidedance/buddhist-meditation. -picture of Siddhartha Gautama- wikimedia commons buddhaportrait.PNG _picture of buddhist temple - get religion www.getreligion.org/.../ -picture of hinduist wheel - bring world histoy - item number 2003&return=5-3 www.learner.org/courses/woeldhistory/ahive.htmi?f -practice and customs of buddhism - the history philosophy and practice of buddhism www.buddha11.com - copyright 2002 -picture of buddhist mandala -clemson univesity- copyright 2009 www.clemson.edu/.../2008/march/aw2008.php5 -picture of hinduist god - xkatelandx's blog xkatelandx.wordpress.com/.../hinduism-project/ -picture of shiva- hindu god - on thuth & reality www.spaceanndmotion.comphisophy-hybuim -history of hiuism- all about religion - copyright 2002-2010 www.allaboutreligion.org/historyofhinduism-faq.htm -hinduism belivefs- contender ministeries - coppyright 2002- 2008 www.contendemintstries.org/hinduism/hindubeliefs.php -picture of traditional dance - go for india www.goforindia.com/traditional-culturalinda

21: - Buddhist text's and writing's -Buddhism teacher -copyright 2010 www.buddhismteacher.com/three_baskets.php -hinduism text and writings - internetsacred text achive - copyright 2010,John Bruno Hare sacred-text.com/hin -picture of the vedas- wikispace -copyright 2010 jspivey.wikispaces.com/hinduism+michel+k=anderika -hiduist cu=oustoms and practices - wikipedia eh.wikipedia.org/wiki/hinduist | Thanks

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