Human Diversity In South Asia Essay
Buddhism’s truly want to reach a total state of Nirvana. Nirvana is a state of insight, calmness, and joy. Buddhist believe that material things are not what brings happiness and Buddhism does not believe in the caste order more believing in a dharma policy. The dharma policy focuses on social responsibility, human dignity and socioreligious harmony. Buddhism developed as a rejection of the created caste system sanctioned by Hinduism. Buddhism believes work diligently, think clearly, show compassion to all living things and by following this you will be free from endless reincarnation. Structured rule rose from challenging of social structures and the clash and confusion that followed the growth of new religions. These structured rules led to the founding of state systems and the development of immense …show more content…
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