From Tokyo to Luang Prabang and Jiuzhaigou to Bangkok, Buddhism has had a profound affect on Asia.  Originating in India, Buddhism entered China via the Silk Road and later made its way to both Korea and Japan.  The southern school of Buddhism settled in places such as Laos and Thailand and threaded its way to southern China.  Each country or locale has melded Buddhism to reflect its own culture.
Buddhist Image Gallery

MUDRA - A Mudra is a symbolic hand gesture often found on statues of Buddha and bodhisattvas.   The Uttarabodhi Mudra is depicted here.  This Mudra is usually referred to as the gesture of supreme enlightenment.   With simple hand gesture, a great deal of meaning is represented.
This image hails from the hills of Kunming in Western China. Buddhism was first introduced to China, from India, during the first century A.D.; becoming popular during the 4th century.  Today, Buddhism is seeing a resurgence in China.
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