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 Fó jiào Buddhism
 xiū xíng to practice Buddhism or Daoism
 fǎ mén gate to enlightment (Buddhism) / Buddhism / way / method / (old) south gate of a palace
 Fó mén Buddhism
 wài jiào foreign teacher (abbr. for 外國教師|外国教师) / greenhorn / novice / amateurish / religion other than Buddhism (term used by Buddhists)
 lǎ ma lama, spiritual teacher in Tibetan Buddhism
 Dà shèng Mahayana, the Great Vehicle / Buddhism based on the Mayahana sutras, as spread to Central Asia, China and beyond / also pr. [Da4 cheng2]
 luó chà demon in Buddhism / poltergeist in temple that plays tricks on monks and has a taste for their food
 Shì jiā móu ní Siddhartha Gautama (563-485 BC), the historical Buddha and founder of Buddhism / Sakyamuni Buddha (Sanskrit: sage of the Sakya)
 Chán zōng Zen Buddhism
 Fó jiā Buddhism / Buddhist
 Zàng chuán Fó jiào Tibetan Buddhism
 zhuàn lún rotating disk / wheel / rotor / cycle of reincarnation in Buddhism
 xìn Fó to believe in Buddhism
 Fǎ lún the Eternal Wheel of life in Buddhism
 pú tí shù pipal tree (Ficus religiosa) / bo fig tree / Bodhi tree (sacred to Buddhism and Hinduism)
 Xiǎo chéng Hinayana, the Lesser Vehicle / Buddhism in India before the Mayahana sutras
 Xiǎo shèng Hinayana, the Lesser Vehicle / Buddhism in India before the Mayahana sutras / also pr. [Xiao3 cheng2]
 shàn nán xìn nu:3 lay practitioners of Buddhism
 Tiān tāi Shān Mt Tiantai near Shaoxing 紹興|绍兴[Shao4 xing1] in Zhejiang, the center of Tiantai Buddhism 天台宗[Tian1 tai2 zong1]
 Dà zhāo sì Jokhang, main Buddhist temple in Lhasa, a sacred place of Tibetan Buddhism
 Huáng jiào Yellow hat or Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism / also written 格魯派|格鲁派[Ge2 lu3 pai4]
 chán jī Buddhism subtleties / Buddhist allegory
 Jiàn zhēn Jianzhen or Ganjin (688-763), Tang dynastic Buddhist monk, who crossed to Japan after several unsuccessful attempts, influential in Japanese Buddhism
 Lǎ ma jiào Lamaism / Tibetan Buddhism
 Gé lǔ pài Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism
 lǎ ma miào lamasery / temple of Tibetan Buddhism
 Fó Buddha / Buddhism
 shì to explain / to release / Buddha (abbr. for 釋迦牟尼|释迦牟尼[Shi4 jia1 mou2 ni2]) / Buddhism
 Zhú surname Zhu / abbr. for 天竺[Tian1 zhu2] India (esp. in Tang or Buddhist context) / Buddhism (archaic)
 sān bǎo the Three Precious Treasures of Buddhism, namely: the Buddha 佛, the Dharma 法 / (his teaching), and the Sangha 僧 / (his monastic order)
 Tiān tāi Mt Tiantai near Shaoxing 紹興|绍兴 / in Zhejiang, the center of Tiantai Buddhism 天台宗 / Tiantai county in Taizhou 台州[Tai1 zhou1], Zhejiang
 Mó jiē tuó Magadha, ancient India kingdom reported to be the birthplace of Buddhism
 wàn swastika, a sacred and auspicious symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism
 Shì jiā móu ní fó Sakyamuni Buddha (Sanskrit: sage of the Sakya) / Siddhartha Gautama (563-485 BC), the historical Buddha and founder of Buddhism
 shàng zuò bù Theravada school of Buddhism
 Wǔ dēng Huì yuán Song Dynasty History of Zen Buddhism in China (1252), 20 scrolls
 Rén jiān Fó jiào Humanistic Buddhism
 Gá dāng pài Bkar-dgam-pa sect of Tibetan Buddhism
 Sì dà Fó jiào Míng shān Four Sacred Mountains of Buddhism, namely: Mt Wutai 五臺山|五台山 / in Shanxi, Mt Emei 峨眉山 / in Sichuan, Mt Jiuhua 九華山|九华山 / in Anhui, Mt Potala 普陀山 / in Zhejiang
 Tiān tái zōng Tiantai school of Buddhism
 mì jiào esoteric Buddhism
 Zhì yǐ Zhiyi (538-597), founder of the Tiantai sect of Buddhism
 Fǎ xiàng zōng Yogācāra school of Buddhism / Dharma-character school of Buddhism
 shēng yuàn desire to exist (in Buddhism, tanhā) / craving for rebirth
 chán mén wǔ zōng the five schools of Chan Buddhism (idiom)
 Zhú jiào Buddhism (archaic)
 Shèng dé Tài zǐ Prince Shōtoku Taiji (574-621), major Japanese statesman and reformer of the Asuka period 飛鳥時代|飞鸟时代[Fei1 niao3 Shi2 dai4], proponent of state Buddhism, portrayed as Buddhist saint
 mài lún xué shuō theory of Chakra in Indian yoga and Tibetan Buddhism
 mài lún lǐ lùn theory of Chakra in Indian yoga and Tibetan Buddhism
 Lán pí ní Lumbini, Nepal, birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama 釋迦牟尼|释迦牟尼[Shi4 jia1 mou2 ni2] founder of Buddhism (also written 嵐毘尼|岚毘尼[Lan2 pi2 ni2], 臘伐尼|腊伐尼[La4 fa2 ni2], 林微尼[Lin2 wei1 ni2])
 jiā chí the laws of the Buddhism
 Shì jiào Buddhism
 shì jiā fó Sakyamuni Buddha (Sanskrit: sage of the Sakya) / Siddhartha Gautama (563-485 BC), the historical Buddha and founder of Buddhism
 Jiàn zhēn hé shang Jianzhen or Ganjin (688-763), Tang Buddhist monk, who crossed to Japan after several unsuccessful attempts, influential in Japanese Buddhism
 xuě shān shī zi Snow lion, mythological animal, a banned symbol of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism
 Zhāi jiào Zhaijiao sect of Buddhism
 wàn swastika, a sacred and auspicious symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, later adopted by Nazi Germany
 Jìng tǔ zōng Pure Land Buddhism
 Zhēn yán zōng Shingon Buddhism
 Huì néng Huineng (638-713), the Sixth Patriarch of Chan Buddhism
 Jù shè zōng Kusha-shū / (Japanese Buddhism school)
 Wéi shí zōng Yogācāra school of Buddhism / Consciousness-only school of Buddhism
 Xī dá duō Siddhartha Gautama (563-485 BC), the historical Buddha and founder of Buddhism
 Chéng shí zōng Satyasiddhi school of Buddhism
 Dōng mì Japanese Esoteric Buddhism
𫖮 Zhì yǐ Zhiyi (538-597), founder of the Tiantai sect of Buddhism
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