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Question 1: Buddhists do not consider ________ to have been the only Buddha.
Buddhism and HinduismGautama BuddhaAshoka the GreatBuddhism

Question 2: All Buddhist traditions hold that a Buddha has completely purified his mind of desire, aversion and ignorance, and that he is no longer bound by ________.

Question 3: Another reference from the Agganna Sutta of the ________, says to his disciple Vasettha:
Khuddaka NikayaDigha NikayaBuddhismSamyutta Nikaya

Question 4: The level to which this manifestation requires abstraction from ordinary life (________ practices) varies from none at all to an absolute requirement, dependent on doctrine.

Question 5: A common misconception among non-Buddhists is that the Buddha is the Buddhist counterpart to "________." Buddhism however, is in general non-theistic, in the sense of not teaching the existence of a supreme creator god (see God in Buddhism) or depending on any supreme being for enlightenment.

Question 6: The poses and hand-gestures of these statues, known respectively as asanas and ________, are significant to their overall meaning.
MudraBuddhismBuddhist artZen

Question 7: [2] ________ is considered a sammasambuddha.
Gautama BuddhaAshoka the GreatBuddhismBuddhism and Hinduism

Question 8: The body and mind (the five ________) of a Buddha are impermanent and changing, just like the body and mind of ordinary people.

Question 9: In the ________ the Buddha declares: "Nirvana is stated to be eternally abiding.
Mahayana sutrasTathagatagarbha doctrineBuddha-natureMahayana Mahaparinirvana Sutra

Question 10: For the Tibetan Buddhist master, ________, and his Jonangpa School, the Buddha is to be understood as the wondrous and holy wish-fulfilling Essence of all things, beyond comprehension:
KalachakraKagyuDalai LamaDolpopa Sherab Gyaltsen

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