Mahayana definition

  • noun:
    • the major schools of Buddhism, teaching social concern and universal salvation and energetic in Japan, Korea, Nepal, Tibet, Mongolia, Vietnam, and Asia.
    • an important school of Buddhism teaching social issue and universal salvation, within Asia; Japan; Tibet; Nepal; Korea; and Mongolia.
    • one of two great schools of Buddhist doctrine focusing a common find universal salvation esp through belief alone; mainly in China; Tibet; Japan.
    • A later form of Buddhism, originated by Nagarguna.
    • one of two great schools of Buddhist doctrine focusing a standard search for universal salvation particularly through belief alone; the prominent faith of Asia and Tibet and Japan
    • a major college of Buddhism training social issue and universal salvation; China; Japan; Tibet; Nepal; Korea; Mongolia
  • proper-noun:
    • A school of Buddhism commonly practised in Asia, Japan, Korea and Mongolia. It actually indicates "Great Vehicle" and teaches universal salvation with emphasis on personal problems.

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