anonymous
  • anonymous
Besides Asoka, there is another way Buddhism and Hinduism Spread?
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ali2x2
  • ali2x2
When The Buddhist religion began to develop and spread, Hinduism was already a widely practiced religion in Indian subcontinent and in some other surrounding regions. As a matter of fact promotion of Buddhist principles and practices by Gautama Buddha was more like an effort to popularise the a way of life more in line with the principles of Hindu philosophy, by presenting it in form of simple rules of conduct. Thus In India, Buddhism was more of a sect within Hinduism, rather than an religion opposed to Hinduism. Buddhism also spread to places and people who were not Hindu's because of the efforts of the Buddhist monks following the example of Gautama Buddha to spread the practices prescribed by him for the good of people. This effort was greatly assisted by the support of some powerful people. The most notable among these is the King Ashoka. When Buddhism was thus spreading to people from religions other than Hinduism, the Hindu religion itself did not spread because there were no efforts made to spread it. As a matter of fact Hinduism is not really a religion. It is a way of life, which also incorporates some religious practices. There is no way available to convert a Non-Hindu to Hinduism. Also there have never been any organised efforts to convert non-Hindus to Hinduism. All the religious movements among Hindu's have been for reforming the religion. Such movement in addition to Buddhist movement includes other movements like Sikkhism, Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj, and Radha Soami Panth. Thus though Hindus got divided in many different sects, there was never a significant increase in number of Hindus by conversion from other religion.
anonymous
  • anonymous
could you simple this down a bit..?
ali2x2
  • ali2x2
lol ok
ali2x2
  • ali2x2
hindu was really not a religion it was more of a
ali2x2
  • ali2x2
a way of life
ali2x2
  • ali2x2
Buddhism also spread to places and people who were not Hindu's because of the efforts of the Buddhist monks following the example of Gautama Buddha to spread the practices prescribed by him for the good of people.
anonymous
  • anonymous
you arent answering the question. your telling me its not a religion its a way of life. its asking how did it spread other than asoka..
ali2x2
  • ali2x2
well read the post above
ali2x2
  • ali2x2
thats another way

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