Joseph Walser, Nagarjuna in Context: Mahayana Buddhism
& Early Indian Culture (New York: Columbia Univ.
Ray directly compares his surroundings to a Buddhist pure land, a heavenly realm in Mahayana Buddhism
Like Bodhisattva, the caseworkers use "expedient means," or upaya in Mahayana Buddhism
, to help visitors detach from a narrow, egocentric perspective.
broadened the earlier teachings of the Theravada school by reinterpreting the ideals, rewards, and practices of Buddhism to include everyone, not just monks and nuns, as well as distinguishing its practitioner's goals for achieving enlightenment.
When Palas took control of Bengal in 750 CE, they patronized both Mahayana Buddhism
and Shaivite Hinduism and not Theravada Buddhism.
In contrast to Buddhist "essentialism," "deconstruction" would build upon Madhyamaka philosophy and a series of hermeneutical techniques employed within Mahayana Buddhism
to explain apparent doctrinal change in order to promote an "ascent of the dharma" paradigm that accommodates diverse approaches to doctrine as skillful means to benefit the maximum number of sentient beings.
The impact of his works can still be felt in almost all the schools/sects of Mahayana Buddhism
in East Asia.
Mark Long is an internationally recognized expert in the field of electronic communications with a keen interest in Mahayana Buddhism
In Mahayana Buddhism
(a form of Buddhism practiced in Vietnam, China, and Japan), nuns follow a vegan or lacto-vegetarian diet.
Scholars such as Mencius, Chu Hsi, and Wang Yang-Minh made China the center of intellectual thought through Confucianism, Neo-Confucianism, Daoism, and Mahayana Buddhism
The sect, an offshoot of Mahayana Buddhism
which believes in service and welfare of humanity, has nearly 250,000 followers worldwide.
This is in large part because Guanyin was the "epitome of love and compassion" (Olson 159) in Mahayana Buddhism