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  • 101Buddhahood — In Buddhism, buddhahood (Sanskrit: buddhatva .Pali: buddhatta . Or (both) buddhabhāva ) is the state of perfect enlightenment (Sanskrit: samyaksambodhi . Pali: sammāsambodhi ) attained by a Audio|Buddha.ogg|buddha (Pali/Sanskrit for awakened one… …

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  • 102Sōka Gakkai — Japanese Buddhism …

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  • 103Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius —   …

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  • 104Mad Hatter — The Hatter is a fictional character initially encountered at a tea party in Lewis Carroll s Alice s Adventures in Wonderland and later again as Hatta in the story s sequel, Through the Looking Glass . He is popularly referred to as the Mad Hatter …

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  • 105Menander I — Indo Greek king Silver coin of Menander. Greek legend: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ ΜΕΝΑΝΔΡΟΥ (BASILEOS SOTEROS MENANDROU) lit. Of Saviour King Menander . British Museum. Reign …

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  • 106Dating Creation — Cultures throughout history have attempted to date the beginning of the the world in the past, so methods of dating Creation have involved analysing scriptures or ancient texts. Contents 1 Ancient creation dates 1.1 Chinese 1.2 Greek and Roman …

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  • 107Alexandra David-Néel — In Lhasa in 1924 Alexandra David Néel born Louise Eugénie Alexandrine Marie David (born in Sai …

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  • 108Mantra — In Tibet, many Buddhists carve mantras into rocks as a form of meditation. A mantra (Tib.སྔགས་ ngak; Wyl. sngags) [1] is a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that is considered capable of creating transformation (cf. spiritual… …

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  • 109Dzogchen — This article is about the primordial state in Tibetan Buddhism and Bön. For the monastery, see Dzogchen Monastery. Dzogchen Tibetan name Tibetan: རྫོགས་ཆེན་ Wylie transliteration: rdzogs chen (rdzogs pa chen po) …

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  • 110Padmasambhava — Statue of Padmasambhava 123 ft. (37.5 m) high in mist overlooking Rewalsar Lake, Himachal Pradesh, India …

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  • 111Gelug — Tibetan name Tibetan: དགེ་ལུགས་པ Wylie transliteration: dge lugs pa Tournadre Phonetic: Geluk …

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  • 112Pure Land Buddhism — Amitābha Buddha and his attendant bodhisattvas Avalokiteśvara (right) and Mahāsthāmaprāpta (left) …

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  • 113Atisha — This distinctive portrait of Atisha originated from a Kadampa monastery in Ti …

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  • 114Nalanda — This article is about the ancient town and university. For other uses, see Nalanda (disambiguation). Nalanda   town   …

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  • 115Anatta — Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal History Timeline · Councils …

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  • 116Chögyam Trungpa — Religion Buddhism School Vajrayana Lineage Karma Kagyu and Nyingma …

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  • 117Jataka tales — Bhutanese painted thangka of the Jatakas, 18th 19th Century, Phajoding Gonpa, Thimphu, Bhutan …

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  • 118Xuanzang — See also: Xuanzang (fictional character) Xuanzang A portrait of Xuanzang Born 602 Died 664 …

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  • 119Middle way — For the book by Harold Macmillan, see The Middle Way. For the Aristotelian notion of middle state , see Golden mean (philosophy). Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Port …

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  • 120Maitreya — This article is about the Buddhist bodhisattva Maitreya. For other uses, see Maitreya (disambiguation). Maitreya Buddha Bodhisattva Maitreya from the 2nd Century Gandharan Art Period …

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