Buddhism began in India. However, it did not remain confined to India. It spread to many other, very different cultures in Asia and elsewhere. Why do you think it was able to do this?
“Buddhism spread from India to many other lands. Like any cultural tradition or set of beliefs, it could only do this by being adaptable to the traditions and beliefs of the societies accepting it.“ Do the sources here illustrate this statement? Why or why not?
This title is part of the series: BUDDHA'S TRAVELS
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