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Final Assessment-Medieval History

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Megan Dempsey

on 10 June 2011

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Final Assessment Buddha's appearance in India In India Buddah's appearance is like that of the people, he uses clothes and accessories that reflect the culture of India. ReliReligion and culture coexist In India Korean Buddhism Korean Buddhism was the foundation for the type of Buddhism practiced in China,Japan, Korea... There are many sculptures of Buddha in Korea. So many they practicaly have their own section of art called Korean Buddhist sculpture. Korean monks believed that there were many inconsistencies and problems with Indian Buddhism (Mahayana). They created a new type of Buddhism to try and solve these problems. Japanese Buddhism Chinese Buddhism Buddhism in China had an enormous part in shaping the mindsets of people in China; changing their beliefs, culture, philosophy... In China Buddha has a very fat appearance that signifies the power and ruling of him showing that he has enough power, enough money to buy food to sustain himself and be fullfilled. This is contrary to the idea of Buddha in India where he appears to be skinny as if to have been fasting and saving food. Korean Buddhism has many of the same ideas as Indian Buddhism where they adapted some of it to fix the "inconsistencies." Buddhism in India is very important because that is where it all started and continued to spread from there. The tradicional buddhism comes from India. Thoughout the process of spreading from place to place, many of the rules and thoughts changed. Buddhism came to China in about 201-206 BCE with missionaries ariving in Qin Dynasty and later spreading to other parts of China China brought Buddhism to Japan. Buddhism in Japan is divided into 3 periods the Nara period (710 - 794), the Heian period (794–1185) and the post-Heian period (1185 onwards). Works Cited Berzin, Alexander. "The Spread of Buddhism in
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