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1. About the Site
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... Buddha, may all the people find the right way to happiness! About the Author My name is Yi-Lei Wu. I have been studying Buddhism for 6 years, including Mahayana, Zen, Pure Land, Theravada, etc. ...
Saturday, 21 March 2009
2. Biography of Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw
(Books/Mahasi Sayadaw)
Recent Master - MAHASI SAYADAW THE TRUE APOSTLE Following the footsteps of the Buddha to make available to all men the Universal principles of Truth and to offer to all the knowledge of the Path, ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
3. Sects of Buddhism
(History/Sects and Schism)
After the Second Buddhist Council, Buddhism had split into two parts: one orthodox (Theravada) and the other unorthodox (Mahayana). Then in the Third Buddhist Council, there were 18 different unorthodox ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
4. Sri Lanka Timeline
(History/Sects and Schism)
According to the Sri Lanka timeline, the Mahayana Canon might have been burnt twice in the course of history. In China, we find that several major sutras have different versions such that they are different ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
5. The Second Buddhist Council
(History/Buddhist Councils)
The Second Council was called one hundred years after the Buddha's Parinibbāna in order to settle a serious dispute over the 'ten points.' This is a reference to some monks breaking of ten minor rules. ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
6. What is Buddhism
(History/General)
... between the Second Great Council and the Third Great Council the group of monks who refused to observe the Patimokkha gathered together by themselves and formed a new Council, which was known as the Mahayana ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009

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