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お願いします!  By the third century BCE,even kings and queens were beginning to adopt the simple ways of Buddhism.In about 261 BCE,Emperor Ashoka,ruler of the Mauryan empire in India,converted to Buddhism and made it the state religion of his empire.He had stone columns and tablets carved with Buddhist ideas,such as“In India the deities who formerly did not mix with men now do so.This is the result of effort,and may be obtained not only by the great,but even by the small,through effort-thus they ay even easily win heaven.”Ashoka also built stupas,dome-shaped burial monuments,to house portions of the Buddha's ashes.  With Ashoka's help,Buddhism spread throughout the subcontinent and beyond,along the major sea and overland trade routes.Some traditions say that Ashoka's son became a monk and his father sent him as a missionary to Sri Lanka,an island off the coast of India.More missionaries traveled to Central Asia,Tibet and China,as well as Southeast Asia,where they converted many people to the gentle teachings of the Buddha.

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 紀元前3世紀までには、王や女王さえ、仏教の簡素な方法を採用し始めていました。 紀元前261年頃には、アショカ王(インドのマウリヤ朝の帝国の統治者)は、仏教に改宗して、それを彼の帝国の国教としました。 彼は仏教思想を彫刻した石の円柱や板を持っていました、例えば、「インドでは、以前人々と交わらなかった神々が、今では交わる。これは努力の結果で、偉人によってばかりでなく、無名の人々によってさえも、努力によって得られるかもしれない ― このように、彼らは容易に天国を勝ち取るのだ。」、アショカは、また、ブッダの遺灰の一部を納める、卒塔婆(ドーム形の埋葬記念碑)を造りました。  アショカの援助で、仏教は亜大陸中で、そして、さらに向こうに、主要な海や陸の通商路に沿って広がりました。 いくつかの伝説によれば、アショカの息子は修道士になり、彼の父が布教者として彼をスリランカ(インド沖の島)に行かせたそうです。 より多くの布教者が中央アジア、チベット、中国、さらに、東南アジアへ旅し、そこで、彼らは多くの人々をブッダの穏やかな教えに改宗しました。

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