Buddha Statue Portrait Images
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You may only use these images without permission if there is an active followable hyperlink from where you place the image back to:
We are slowly adding links to these thumbnails to the larger corresponding images.
If however you need an image that is not yet linked from the thumbnail here is the long-winded but effective way of obtaining the 300px by 400px image.
1. - Right click on the image - This will bring up a dialogue box (menu).
2. - Select 'Properties' - This will bring up the General file information.
3. - See 'Address (URL) - Right click on the http://www.etc. bit and 'select all' - This will highlight the full URL
4. - Once highlighted - Right click again on the now highlighted http://www.etc. - This will then give you the 'copy' option.
5. - Click on 'Copy'
6. - Open a new window in your Internet Browser - Place the cursor in the address bar (where you normally type a web address) and press (and hold down) Ctrl, followed by pressing the letter 'v' key - This will paste the http://www.etc. code in full into the address bar.
7. Now (after releasing all other keys) press the 'Enter' button - this should bring up the image on its own.
8. When the image is visible - right click on it and select (left mouse click) 'Save Picture As' - This will bring up a new dialogue box where you can decide where to save the image.
There - I said it was long-winded but, as they say, 'practice makes perfect'. Go for it! Please don't forget to link back to:
from where you use the image.
P.S. Do not be tempted to link straight to our file as we will be 'link protecting' the site very soon and you'll be left with no image!
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In Buddhism—according to the Pali Canon, Vinayapitaka, Khandhaka,
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Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo is a Japanese Buddhist
chant based upon the Lotus Sutra. Nichiren Daishonin (Feb 16, 1222 – Oct
13, 1282) a Buddhist monk who lived during the Kamakura period (1185–1333)
in Japan. Nichiren taught devotion to the Lotus Sutra, entitled Myōhō-Renge-Kyō in
Japanese, as the exclusive means to attain enlightenment and the chanting of
Nam-Myōhō-Renge-Kyō as the essential practice of the teaching.
Various schools with diverging interpretations of Nichiren's teachings comprise