Religion in Tibet

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<Tab/>How does the Buddhist religion tie in with the Tibetans, affect their cultural society in modern day, and through out the generations? Buddhism was born from the Hindu religion during the Axis period around 563-483 B.C.E. " Buddha was born Siddhartha Gautama, a prince of the Sakya tribe of Nepal, in approximately 566 BC. When he was twenty-nine years old, he left the comforts of his home to seek the …

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…country struggling for everyday amenities is ever pressing against them. Without their religious belief's, the corner stone to this little society, it is safe to say this amazing people would not have survived. The Tibetans are such a beautiful people, always smiling and joyful. I can only hope that they will have the freedom to continue to pass down their culture to further generations, to explore their religious values, in freedom to become truly free.