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Candi, a Buddhist sanctuaries mostly built during the 1st to 21st ... a religious complex in pre-Meiji Japan comprising a Buddhist ...

Sacred Spaces - United Religions Initiative

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Although worshipping in a temple is not essential for worship, Buddhists do visit ... there are other sacred places, special to the various branches of Buddhism.

BBC - Religions - Buddhism: Buddhist worship

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Apr 10, 2006 ... There are as many forms of Buddhist worship as there are schools of Buddhism.

Buddhism for Children - Primary Homework Help

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Understanding Buddhism for Children doing their homework. ... Place of Origin, North East India .... Place of Worship - The Buddhapadipa Temple, Wimbledon.

Top 10 Buddhist Holy Places - TopYaps

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The Boudhanath stupa is a holy place of worship for Buddhists all over the world. Located around 20 kms from the city of Kathmandu in Nepal, the Boudhanath ...

Holy Sites of Buddhism: Bodh Gaya - Place of Enlightenment

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"Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautama Buddha attained unsurpassed, ... Several shrines were constructed with enshrined images for use as places of worship ...

Buddhist Studies: FAQs on Buddhist Culture - BuddhaNet

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Buddhists don't pray to a Creator God, but they do have devotional meditation ... The four holy sites as places of pilgrimage for Buddhists are Lumbini, where the ...

Exploring Religions-Budhist Time and Festivals

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Buddhism gained acceptance into different countries and cultures by changing itself to ... For the laity, daily worship usually takes place at a shrine in the home.

Buddhist Religious Life

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The earning of merit is a key concept in Buddhism. ... In addition to the regular worship that takes place in daily, monthly and annual religious cycles (see Time ...

Practicing Religion in Places of Worship - For Dummies

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The synagogue is a place of study (beit midrash), a house of gathering (beit kenesset), ... Buddhist temples are places for personal devotion, ancestor worship, ...

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Where Do Buddhist Go to Worship? | People Of Our Everyday Life

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Buddhism, one of the world's major religions, was founded by Siddhartha Gautama (also known as ... For lay people, daily worship usually takes places at home.

What is the Buddhist place of worship called? | Reference.com

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Buddhists worship in temples as part of the Sangha, or community. Worshipping in the temple is not required. It is acceptable for someone practicing Buddhism ...

A Basic Buddhism Guide: What is Buddhism? - BuddhaNet

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There are different types of worship. When someone worships a god, they praise and honor him or her, make offerings and ask for favors, believing that the god ...