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 Buddha's World: History of Buddha and Buddhism  New window
 Historical material on Buddhism.
 Buddhas of Bamiyan  New window
 A collection of high-quality photos of the Buddhas of Bamiyan taken prior to their destruction by the Taliban.
 Buddhism on the Silk Road  New window
 The civilizations which flourished along the Silk Road in the first millennium CE were open to cultural and religious influences from both East and West. Many religions, including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Zoroastrianism and Manichaeism, gained new followers. But it was Buddhism, travelling the trade routes of the Silk Road, which became the common factor uniting the different peoples of the Silk Road.
 Buddhist and Islam  New window
 The historical interaction between the Buddhist and Islamic cultures before the Mongol Empire.
 Buddhist Councils  New window
 History of the Buddhist councils, which have been periodically convened since the Buddha's death, primarily for the purpose of ensuring the accuracy of the record of the Buddha's teachings.
 History of Buddhism  New window
 Overview of the history of Buddhism and the formation of the principal schools of Buddhism.
 India and the West  New window
 A summary of the history of Indian Buddhism and contacts with the West.
 Stupa Net  New window
 A history and explanation of stupas.
 The Buddhist History of Muktinath /Chumig Gyatsa  New window
 The Buddhist History of Muktinath /Chumig Gyatsa on the Muktinath website with information about all aspects regarding the Hindu and Buddhist ancient pilgrimage place Muktinath at the Annapurna trekking route in Nepal, incl. pictures, up-to-date news and related links.
 The History and Development of Korean Buddhism  New window
 A brief overview by Charles Muller.

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