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  • proper n. Archaic form of Buddhism.

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Examples

  • He renounces a little of Boodhism and adds some other things; is unlettered and of no marked character; and yet he has many very devoted adherents.

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  • There are also two systems of religion, Boodhism, and a kind of polytheism.

    A Geography for Beginners.

  • Lepchas and Limboos had, before the introduction of Lama Boodhism from Tibet, many features in common with the natives of Arracan, especially in their creed, sacrifices, faith in omens, worship of many spirits, absence of idols, and of the doctrine of metempsychosis.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • The origin of the Jain sect is obscure, though its rise appears to correspond with the wreck of Boodhism throughout

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • The Lama, though one of the red sect, was dressed in a yellow flowered silk robe, but his mitre was red: he gave us much information relative to the introduction of Boodhism into Sikkim.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • Their physiognomy is however so Tibetan in its character, that it cannot be supposed that this was their earliest intercourse with the trans-nivean races: whether they may have wandered from beyond the snows before the spread of Boodhism and its civilisation, or whether they are a cross between the Tamulian of

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • Mandingo of the high table-lands of Central Africa, with his active and enterprising spirit, carrying on manufactures and trade with all the keenness of any civilized worldling; beside the native merchants and lawyers of Calcutta, who still cling to their ancestral Boodhism, or else substitute French infidelity in its place; place the lowest of the highest beside the highest of the lowest, and tell us if the difference is so very marked.

    Sermons to the Natural Man

  • Will he maintain that the populations of India, in the midst of whom one of the most subtile and ingenious systems of pantheism has sprung up with the luxuriance and involutions of one of their own jungles, and has enervated the whole religious sentiment of the Hindoo race as opium has enervated their physical frame, -- will he maintain that such an untiring and persistent mental activity as this is incapable of apprehending the first principles of ethics and natural religion, which, in comparison with the complicated and obscure ratiocinations of Boodhism, are clear as water, and lucid as atmospheric air?

    Sermons to the Natural Man

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