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  • noun Archaic form of Buddhist.


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  • Hindoo-Boodhist, from a distant province, bound on a pilgrimage.

    The Moonstone

  • "The Jewish porch is but the obelisk which the Egyptian placed beside his temple; the Boodhist pillars which stood all around their Dagobas; the pillars of Hercules, which stood near the Phoenician temple; and the spire which stands beside the Christian Church."

    The God-Idea of the Ancients

  • Boodhist banners, i. 144; monuments, i. 147; temple, i. 77; worship, i.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • Those on the upper flank are much the largest; and the loftiest of them terminates in a conical hill crowned with Boodhist flags, and its steep sides cut into horizontal roads or terraces, one of which is so broad and flat as to suggest the idea of its having been cleared by art.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • He was a portly man, and, I think, at heart good-natured: I had no difficulty in drawing him on to talk about Tibet, and the holy city of Teshoo Loombo, with its thousands of gilt temples, nunneries, and convents, its holiest of all the holy grand Lamas of Tibet, and all the wide Boodhist world besides.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • Hindoo; and Boodh, Dhurma, and Sunga, in Boodhist theology.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • It is rendered very picturesque by a long row of tall poles, each bearing a narrow, vertically elongated banner, covered with Boodhist inscriptions, and surmounted by coronet-like ornaments, or spear-heads, rudely cut out of wood, or formed of basket-work, and adorned with cotton fringe.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • To the idol itself the Boodhist attaches no real importance; it is an object of reverence, not of worship, and no virtue or attribute belong to it _per se_; it is a symbol of the creed, and the adoration is paid to the holy man whom it represents.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • From this place the Boodhist monuments, Hindoo temple, Mussulman mosque, and English church, were all embraced in one _coup d'oeil.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete

  • On either gable of the roof was a round-topped cylinder of gilded copper, something like a closed umbrella; this is a very frequent and characteristic Boodhist ornament, and is represented in Turner's plate of the mausoleum of

    Himalayan Journals — Complete


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