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- Monasteries were closed, coutless hierarchs, priests, monks, nuns and other faithful Orthodox were imprisoned, tortured, and murdered.
- Monasteries were established, as well as temples dedicated to Buddha; at shrines his relics were venerated.
- Monasteries were destroyed, books burnt, Indian monks were driven out of the country and many Lamas were compelled to become hunters or butchers.
- Monasteries were emptied and the monks made to disrobe, often being recruited into the army.
- Monasteries were introduced in Mesopotamia by monks from Egypt in fourth century and spread quickly.
- It is marked by archery competitions, festivals and religious dances such as the Gompa dance in monasteries of Rumtek, Phodong and Palace.
- After the dissolution of the monasteries under Henry VIII the land next to Gisborough Priory was acquired by the Chaloner family.
- Being envious of the wealth of the monasteries, Henry VIII of England closed them down, and confiscated and sold off their property.
- The monks in the many monasteries in Friesland before the reformation did a lot of horse breeding.
- Whitby Abbey England, one of hundreds of European monasteries destroyed during the Reformation.
- In China, Chan flourished particularly under the Song dynasty (1127 – 1279), when its monasteries were great centers of culture and learning.
- Many historians state that universities and cathedral schools were a continuation of the interest in learning promoted by monasteries.
- In the past, monasteries were places of learning.
- During the Buddhist period, gardens were laid out around the monasteries and stupas and there were beautiful gardens in Nalanda and Taxila.
- Gandhara was ruled by a king from Kabul, who respected Buddha's law, but Taxila was in ruins and Buddhist monasteries were deserted.
- Ashoka and Harshavardhana were some of its most celebrated patrons who built temples and monasteries here.
- With the conversation of Ashoka, the material prosperity of the monasteries grew by leaps and bounds and the monks lived in ease and comfort.
- Ashoka, who is considered the greatest monarch the world has ever produced, was buried under the debris of Buddhist monasteries.
- Monasteries for monks and nuns were erected all over the country.
- All monks and novices (samaneras) have to live in monasteries which are scattered throughout the country.
- Churches were built on Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, Bethlehem, and Galilee, and monasteries were established in many parts of the country.
- There are about 32,000 monasteries in Thailand and 460,000 monks; many of these monks are ordained for a lifetime.
- Monks returned to monasteries cross Tibet and monastic education resumed even though the number of monks imposed is strictly limited.
- A number of countries, where Buddhism is an important religion, have constructed their temples and monasteries.
- The major attractions of Sanchi include a number of Buddhist stupas, monasteries, temples and pillars.
- He discovered Greek, Parthian, and Kushan cities and large number of stupas and monasteries.
- Out of these "main seats of the Nyingma" developed a large number of Nyingma monasteries throughout Tibet, Bhutan and Nepal.
- In the late 8th century, in order to shield and sustain Buddhism, Trison Detsan built many monasteries and translated a large number of Buddhist scriptures.
- Before 1959, there were 6,000 monasteries in Tibet, and one in every six males was a monk.
- For as yet there were no monasteries in Palestine, nor had anyone known a monk in Syria before the saintly Hilarion.
- During the Middle Ages, Burgundy was the seat of some of the most important Western churches and monasteries, among them Cluny, Citeaux, and Vézelay.
- Buddhism withered in India in the Middle Ages; the great temples and monasteries were destroyed by invaders and the pilgrims stopped coming.
- A number of monasteries and the Bishopric of Basel were founded in the Middle Ages in the area.
- But ever since 1959 our universities, monasteries, and libraries are destroyed and most of our books were burned.
- Very likely Nowell saved the manuscript and Beowulf from destruction when Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries and broke up their libraries.
- Monasteries had libraries, and monks wrote theological works and hymns.
- Churches, monasteries, hospitals, and schools had often great incomes and extensive possessions, which aroused the envy of secular rulers.
- Nineteen people are killed, 139 Serbian homes burned, schools and businesses vandalized, and over 30 Orthodox monasteries and churches burned and destroyed.
- Most of these exiles live in Upper Dharamsala, or McLeod Ganj, where they established monasteries, temples and schools.
- Muslims invasion of India in the beginning of second millennium led to the large-scale destruction of Buddhist Monasteries, Viharas, Stupas.
- In addition to the ruins of the city, a number of buddhist monasteries and stupas also belong to the Taxila area.
- Beautiful Buddhist monasteries and stupas over the relics have become an inseparable part of Indian art, culture and architecture.
- Over night junta forces invaded all the Buddhist monasteries in the country and imprisoned thousands of monks.
- In the early centuries A.D., Balkh, a prominent center of Buddhism, was renowned for its Buddhist monasteries and stupas.
- But when they destroyed the Buddhist monasteries and either executed or drove out the Buddhist monks, there was no-one left to take up the religion.
- He has returned our monks and nuns safely to their homes and has spared our monasteries.
- Cleaning of homes, temples and monasteries also take place on this day.
- Pilgrims sought the Bodhi Tree's seeds and leaves as blessings for their monasteries and homes.
- In the 'golden age' of Taxila, Kushanas not only supported Buddhism but also built numerous temples and monasteries in and around Taxila.
- He is also abbot of his own monasteries in Nepal and Tibet, and by appointment of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche, of Gampo Abbey in Nova Scotia.
- He was abbot of Samye, one of Tibet 's most important monasteries, but spent most of his life travelling or in retreat.
- Theodulf also was abbot of St-Benoît-sur-Loire and a number of other monasteries.
- Gundain Gyaico, another VIP for the Gelug Sect, made great contributions to the construction and administration of monasteries.
- Of all the other monasteries in Tibet, it is Ganden that has suffered the most at the hands of the red guards.
- The chief highlight of this trek is the trekking trail which connects the two important monasteries of Tibetan Buddhism, Ganden and Samye.
- The other monasteries, one after another adopted them, and they are still followed by the monks of Mount Athos.
- For example, after the Chinese invasion in Tibet in 1959 and the destruction of nearly all monasteries afterwards, the master Ven.
- Explore the monasteries on Lake Tana's many islands and take an optional journey to the Blue Nile Falls.
- From Bahar Dar one must explore some of the ancient monasteries that have been built around Lake Tana, or on the many Islands.
- These two monasteries, assumed to be built when Phitsanulok City was ruled by King Boromtrailokanat, have linking compounds.
- In Benedict of Nursia and on the rules of seventeen other monasteries he had visited in his travels.
- St Amandus (647–650) abandoned the episcopal chair in discouragement, and built monasteries.
- Medieval Bulgaria's towns and villages, monasteries and churches, were burnt to ashes.
- It is common to see various religious symbols when traveling in Tibet, in monasteries, villages.
- In villages, secular schooling often takes place in monasteries.
- It in turn parceled out the land to the aristocrats and monasteries as their manors.
- After leaving Tibet, he had a huge following of disciples, wrote prodigiously on the Dharma and established many temples and monasteries.
- A third program, called Science Meets Dharma, has since 2002 sent European college graduates to teach basic science courses in Tibetan monasteries in India.
- During this time, both foreign and Chinese monks were actively involved in establishing monasteries and lecturing on the Buddhist teachings.
- Other countries like Japan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, etc are also contributing to build more temples and monasteries.
- He erected stupas and monasteries, developed a course of study for adherents, and sent missionaries to Sri Lanka.
- In Sri Lanka, Buddhists dress in white and carry baskets of flowers to the local monasteries.
- On the new-moon and full-moon uposatha, in monasteries where there are four or more bhikkhus, 17 the local Sangha will recite the Patimokkha.
- The royal court, followed by the leading families, made great donations of monasteries, land, and revenue to the bhikkhus.
- It is common for Bhikkhus of all groups to invite each other to festivals and special gatherings in their monasteries.
- Local Tibetans including monks and nuns from various monasteries around here attended the prayer.
- They were written by the monks on palmyra palm leaves and kept in various monasteries throughout the country.
- Tourists generally visit during autumn and summers to see the Tsechus (festivals) held at various monasteries.
- These early monasteries predate the formation of Buddhist orders in Ladakh.
- However, the holy shrines of Jammu and the Buddhist monasteries of Ladakh continue to remain popular pilgrimage and tourism destinations.
- The Drikung Kagyu of Ladakh including photographs and descriptions of the main monasteries, Lamayuru and Phayang.
- Moreover, as it mediated more often among other monasteries, it gradually became a key monastery of all Kagyu monasteries.
- In 1792, many Kagyu monasteries were confiscated and their monks were forcibly converted to the Gelug sect (the Dalai Lama's denomination).
- There are 16 monks, drawn from all the Kagyu monasteries, in retreat.
- In collusion with the army, all the monasteries were forcibly appropriated and integrated into the Gelugpa School.
- Tashi Lhunpo Monastery - lucky mountain college One of four great monasteries of the Gelugpa School of Tibetan Buddhism.
- Amdo was traditionally a place of great learning and scholarship and contains many great monasteries including Kumbum Jampa Ling (Chin.
- Yet Kham was also filled with monasteries and produced many of the greatest meditation masters of the Kagyu and Nyingma Buddhist traditions.
- The 17th Karmapa's father is the third reincarnation of the 1st Mipham Rinpoche, who was the head of 13 Nyingma monasteries in Kham, Tibet.
- He traveled to Kham, visiting the three monasteries of his youth, and actually bestowed empowerments to the monastic staff there.
- In the Greek language both domiciles are called monasteries and the ascetics who live there are Monastics.
- Lay people provide physical support to the monasteries as well as relying on the monks to organise the rituals.
- The Monasteries: Strongholds of Feudalism Defenders of old Tibet portray Lamaist Buddhism as the essence of the culture of the people of Tibet.
- Buddhist monasteries were set up by the exiled lamas to replicate old Tibet.
- Later, they asked the monks of Kirti monastery to return to their quarters but monks of other monasteries and laypeople joined the protests.
- The military government seized monasteries and arrested hundreds of monks, including senior monks like U Sumangala and U Yewata.
- Christian art is found in architecture principally in the form of churches, cathedrals, monasteries and tombs.
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