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 12 Principles of Buddhism  New window
 By Christmas Humphreys, founder and president of the Buddhist Society of London. These principles express a common ground for all schools of Buddhism and have been approved by the leading sects throughout the world as a basis for World Buddhism.
 About Buddhism  New window
 A view from the New Kadampa lineage.
 About Buddhists  New window
 An introduction from a New Kadampa Buddhism perspective to Buddhist religion, philosophy, teachings, meditation, and practice.
 An Introduction to Buddhism  New window
 To do no evil; To cultivate good; To purify one's mind: This is the teaching of the Buddhas. --The Dhammapada
 An Overview of Buddhism  New window
 A brief introduction to Buddhism. How Buddhists perceive the world, the four main teachings of the Buddha, the Buddhist view of the self, the relationship between this self and the various ways in which it responds to the world, the Buddhist path and the final goal.
 B is for Buddhism  New window
 Information for beginners.
 Basic Points Unifying Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism  New window
 Approved by the World Buddhist Sangha Council in 1966.
 Buddhism  New window
 Buddhism, a major world religion, founded in northeastern India and based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, who is known as the Buddha, or Enlightened One. Buddhism today is divided into two major branches known to their respective followers as Theravada, the Way of the Elders, and Mahayana, the Great Vehicle. Buddhism has been significant not only in India but also in Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia, where Theravada has been dominant; Mahayana has had its greatest impact in China, Japan, Taiwan, Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia, Korea, and Vietnam, as well as in India. The number of Buddhists worldwide has been estimated at between 150 million and 300 million.
 Buddhism - The Buddha's Message to Mankind  New window
 An overview of Buddhism, including a comparison with Christianity.
 Buddhism 2001  New window
 Introduction to Buddhist philosophy and practice.

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