The Transmission of Indian Buddhist Cultures and Arts towards Funan Periods on 1st - 6th Century the Evidence in Vietnam

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Phramaha Chakrapol (Acharashubho) Thepa

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The article aims to study the background of Vietnam Buddhism in the dimension of the transmission of Indian Buddhist cultures and arts priors on 1st – 6th C. The study has found Buddhist culture and arts on the decisive ideology of this period, which was the premise to create a great landmark in the history of Vietnamese Buddhism transitions by the ruler in the maritime as well through the journey of trending and diplomatic. Several aspects related the Vietnamese Buddhism as influenced by Buddhist culture and arts from India during the Palawan dynasty and the Gupta Dynasty Both Buddhism of Theravada and Mahayana. The Buddhist culture and art have seen the cultures of pray and worship tp Buddha and Bodhisattva as well the temples and idols setting were built base on Buddhist ideology.


Therefore, that has been said the Funan State played a very important role in helping spread Indian Buddhist civilization into Indochina and was the foundation state of Buddhist culture and arts in the southern of Vietnam initiative of the first century.

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(Acharashubho) Thepa, P. C. (2021). The Transmission of Indian Buddhist Cultures and Arts towards Funan Periods on 1st - 6th Century the Evidence in Vietnam. nternational ournal of evelopment dministration esearch, 4(1), 7-16. etrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijdar/article/view/249421
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