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Buddhism Spreads Abroad

The Buddha spent 45 years traveling throughout India teaching the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path. Through his efforts, he was able to gain a large following of several thousand disciples. After his death, the Buddha’s followers continued to travel, preaching the new religion throughout the Asian continent, into China, Japan, Korea, and eventually throughout the World.







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