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  • 162Saichō — (最澄) Painting of Saichō School Tendai …

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  • 163Vairocana — This article is about the primordial Buddha Vairocana. For the Tibetan translator, see Vairotsana. Vairocana Gilt bronze Vairocana Buddha at the Bulguksa Temple and a National Treasure …

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  • 164Mudra — This article is about the use of mudrā in Indic religion. For mudra as used in Indian classical music, see Mudra (music). Bharatnatyam dancer portraying Hindu goddess Lakshmi with her characteristic mudrās A mudrā (English: /muːˈdrɑː/ ( …

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  • 165Question — For other uses, see Question (disambiguation). For questions about Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:Questions. “ There are these four ways of answering questions. Which four? There are questions that should be answered categorically [straightforwardly… …

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  • 166Psychology of religion — is the psychological study of religious experiences, beliefs, and activities.History William James U.S. psychologist and philosopher William James (1842 1910) is regarded by most psychologists of religion as the founder of the field. He served as …

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  • 167Tathāgata — Translations of Tathāgata English: One who has thus gone Sanskrit …

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  • 168Yana (Buddhism) — For other uses, see Yana (disambiguation). Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal History …

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  • 169Chinese Buddhist canon — The Tripiṭaka Koreana, an early edition of the Chinese Buddhist canon …

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  • 170Nikkō (priest) — Japanese Buddhism …

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  • 171Diamond Realm — Mandala In Vajrayana Buddhism, the Diamond Realm (Skt. वज्धातु vajradhātu, Jp. 金剛界 kongōkai) is a metaphysical space inhabited by the Five Wisdom Buddhas. The Diamond Realm Mandala is based on an esoteric Buddhist sutra called the Vajrasekhara… …

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  • 172Mandala of the Two Realms — Part of a series on Buddhism Outline · Portal History Timeline · Councils …

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  • 173List of Buddhism-related topics — NOTOC The following is a List of Buddhist topics:A* Abhidharma * Aggañña Sutta * Ahimsa * Ajahn * Ajahn Amaro * Ajahn Brahm * Ajahn Chah * Ajahn Sumedho * Ajanta * Aksobhya * Alexandra David Néel * Amara Sinha * Amitabha * Anagarika Dharmapala *… …

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  • 174Mikkyō — Japanese Buddhism …

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  • 175Buddhist texts — Chinese Song Period Maha prajna paramita Sutra Page, Nantoyōsō Collection, Japan Buddhist texts can be categorized in a number of ways. The Western terms scripture and canonical are applied to Buddhism in inconsistent ways by Western scholars:… …

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  • 176Moshe Feiglin — Feiglin, 2003 Moshe Zalman Feiglin (Hebrew משה פייגלין, born 1962) is an Israeli politician, head of the Manhigut Yehudit (Jewish Leadership) faction of the Likud party in Israel. Widely quoted in Israeli media, Feiglin is considered a political… …

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  • 177Edward Conze — Part of a series on Buddhism …

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  • 178Madhyamaka — Mahāyāna Buddhism …

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  • 179Bhaisajyaguru — Bhaiṣajyaguru Standing Bhaiṣajyaguru Buddha at the Gyeongju National Museum. Korea s National Treasure no. 28. S …

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