What are the modern day traditions of Buddhism?

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Buddhism is a form of religion that is comprised of many different beliefs, practices, and traditions. The teachings of Buddhism come from Siddhartha Gautama. One example of a modern day tradition for this religion is Dharma or Dharmacore.
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