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Buddhists worship in temples as part of the Sangha, or community. Worshipping in the temple is not required. It is acceptable for someone practicing Buddhism to worship at home. More »

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There are many types of Buddhist temples built throughout the world, especially in Asia, and the appearance of the interior is different from temple to temple. Mainstays of Buddhist temples typically include a statue of ... More »

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Buddhist worship takes many forms, but the one constant all Buddhists abide by is a devotion to the Buddha and his teachings, explains the BBC. Buddhists are to be mindfully aware of The Four Noble Truths and the magnitu... More »

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The Taoism place of worship is a temple and these temples can be located in many different places. Taoism followers will come to the temple to perform rituals for their deities and to meditate as well as chant ancient pr... More »

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Sikhs celebrate Guru Nanak's birthday by organizing family gatherings at their place of worship, called a gurdwara. Prayers are offered, and the Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib, is read. Food and stories about the ... More »

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The Sikh place of worship is called a Gurdwara. Originally referred to as dharamsalas, the term Gurdwara was coined by Guru Hargobind who attained Guruship in 1606. This term refers to a gateway connecting Sikhs with the... More »

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In the Jewish faith, a place of worship is called a temple, shul or synagogue. The synagogue is similar to a Christian church. It serves as a social center and as a place to pray and study. It is the center of the religi... More »

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