Buddhism is the world’s most popular religion, with more than 60 million adherents worldwide.
Buddhism originated in Thailand in the 3rd Century BC, and was spread across the region by the Buddhist monks of India.
It was adopted by many different people throughout Asia and the Pacific, but it gained popularity in China and Korea during the 13th and 16th centuries.
Buddhism is a global religion and the biggest religion in the world.
However, Buddhism is not the only religion that has been adopted by people around the world, with several other religions also gaining popularity in the 20th century.
Buddhism has been around for more than 2,000 years.
Here’s a look at some of the other religions that have been adopted or influenced by Buddhism.
Buddhism is considered one of the five pillars of Buddhism, which are the five bases of living.
Buddhism teaches that everything in the universe is created from nothing.
Buddhists believe that every person, every thing, has a self, a bodhi tree, or an enlightened Buddha.
Buddhism’s roots date back to the 6th century BC in the country of India, but the first Buddhist monks in India came to Cambodia in the 5th century AD.
Today, Buddhists have a worldwide following.
Buddhism began as a form of meditation for monks in the 2nd century AD, and spread to the Middle East and Asia.
Today Buddhism is practiced by many countries and is considered a religion of peace and compassion.
It is a religion that teaches that life is just as it was before birth, and it is not limited to a specific time or place.
Buddhism believes that all beings are equal in the eyes of God, and the Buddha has told people that they should give up all attachments and emotions in order to be born again.
Buddhism was the world religion of Buddha Tsultrim until he was killed in the 12th century, but by the end of the 19th century Buddhism had become a religion for a growing number of countries around the globe.
The Buddhist monk who was the first to adopt Buddhism in India, Babaji, was the last to do so.
Today there are approximately 2 million Buddhists worldwide, according to the United Nations.
Buddhist temples, temples of saints and Buddhist shrines are a popular way to worship.
There are many temples throughout the world that have Buddhist symbols and rituals, but in Cambodia, it is considered very sacred to build a temple.
Buddhist temples are usually located in areas where people gather for meditation, or to pray for blessings.
In Cambodia, Buddhist Buddhists are believed to be responsible for a number of important events in the lives of their followers, including the birth of their first son.
Buddhism is practiced in Cambodia as a religion, but not a religion.