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Zen is a branch of Buddhism, that is practiced in China, Japan, and Korea. It incorporates the Taoist thought, and stresses the role of meditation and pursuing enlightenment. Traditionally, Zen traces its roots back to Indian Buddhism, where it was known by "dhyāna", a Sanskrit term for meditation. This name was transliterated into Chinese as "Ch&aacute;n" was later transliterated into Korean as "Seon", and then into Japanese as "Zen."
According to these traditional accounts, an Indian monk named Bodhidharma brought Zen Buddhism to China in the fifth century CE. Later, J…
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