Promoting Religious Tolerance In Buddhism

by ShauryaKumar
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Promoting Religious Tolerance In Buddhism

In my perspective, I would consider Buddhism to be the religion with one of the most religious tolerance. The nature of this religion is so peaceul itself that a drop of blood has never been shed in the name of Buddhism. Asoka's advice states that one following Buddhism should allow themselves to be enriched in knowledge. Not just academically but also culturally. Meaning that one should learn about their own religion but also learn about others as well. One of the rules in Buddhism is to never criticize another for their cultural beliefs. Buddhism follows the belief that everyone should get equal rights no matter their moral values.


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