Quiz on Buddhism
The first temple in China was called White Horse Temple.
Buddhism was known by Chinese as early as 25 A.D., i.e. late Han Dynasty.
There were three periods in Buddhism, namely, Period of Correct Doctrine, Period of Semblance Doctrine, and Period of End Doctrine.
The Five Periods of Buddhist teaching were identified and determined by Tien Tai Sect in China.
Asvaghosa Bodhisattva and Asanga Bodhisattva were brothers.
Nagarjuna Bodhisattva was said to be The King of a Thousand Sastras.
Thirty Sastra of Mere-Consciousness was written by Vasubandhu Bodhisattva.
The first sutra translated to Chinese is called Anutabha Sutra.
Emperor Wu in Lang Dynasty was one of the great patron of Buddhism in China.
In the beginning of Semblance Doctrine Period, the main stream of Buddhism changed from Hinayana to Mahayana.