Essays on the Schools of Buddhism
Although there are essentially at present two major branches of Buddhism, namely Mahayana and Hinayana, Buddhism developed several local characteristics in each geographical area where it spread and goes by several names such as Tibetan Buddhism, Burmese Buddhism, Sri Lankan Buddhism, Thai Buddhism, Korean Buddhism, Cambodian Buddhism, Chinese Buddhism, Japanese Buddhism and so on. The following essays provide information about some of these schools.
An Account of the Philsophical Schools of Buddhism
Chinese Zen Masters on Zen Buddhism
A Short History of Buddhism In Myanmar or Burma
Chinese Buddhism - An Overview
A Comprehensive History of Chinese Buddhism From the Earliest Times
Sketch Of The History Of Buddhism In China.
The Theravada Buddhism Chronology of Significant Events
The Mahayana Buddhism - Main Features, History and Metaphysics
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