VHS timeline 7.3

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In History
  • Period:
    -351 BCE
    to
    -337 BCE

    Legalism

    Cheif master of Han was in charge of creating the writing system and the language for the religion Legalism.
  • -338 BCE

    Legalism

    Legalism originated from the reforms of Shang Yang. The goal was to bring in weak religions and prosper them into strong ones.
  • Period:
    -246 BCE
    to
    -208 BCE

    Legalism

    The leader Han Fei prospered Legalism the most and made it popular in many ways.
  • Period:
    -100 BCE
    to
    100

    Buddhism

    Between these dates, there was a rise in Mahayana Buddhism.
  • Period:
    500
    to
    1500

    Hinduism

    There was a rise of devotion ever since the collapse of the Gupta Empire. This gave everyone the opportunity to believe and create their own religion.
  • 538

    Buddhism

    Buddhism enters Japan from Korea.
  • 538

    Shintoism

    When Shintoism arrived in Japan, believers from Buddhism converted or distinguished themselves from Buddhism because of personal and political issues.
  • Period:
    538
    to

    Shintoism

    With their carefully connected begining in Japan's history, Shintoism and Buddhism keep growing of their have an impact on over the united states of America together, with lots of their shrines constructed withinside the equal precincts and households journeying each area of worship for specific purposes.
  • Period:
    618
    to
    906

    Daoism

    The Tang Dynasty was the hit when it came to the Daoism religion growing. The people would argue and fight over either Buddhism or Daoism but in general, China took many religions so none of them were a specific religion for them.
  • Period:
    768
    to
    824

    Confucianism

    Han Yu argued his way into establishing Confucian learning into the religious culture. The religion spread more and more and Han Yu a forerunner of the Song Neo-Confucian Movement
  • Period:
    1017
    to
    1073

    Confucianism

    Zhou Dunyi prospered the religion and explained how he had an influence on this religion. He also spread this religion into Japanese culture.
  • 1199

    Buddhism

    The demolition of Nalanda University. Also, there was the demise of Buddhism in India.
  • Period:
    1500
    to

    Hinduism

    In this time period, Islam became more popular than Hinduism but Hinduism brought its religion back up and it started prospering.
  • Period: to

    Daoism

    The Ching Dynasty was basically the continuation of the Ming Dynasty. The goal of the Ching Dynasty was an era where they wanted Daoism to be more focused toward the entire society and their physical selves rather than be in their mental self. Their goal was to make people believe and engrave this religion into their daily lives and traditions.
  • Period: to

    Daoism

    In this period of years the "Chinese Cultural Revolution" occurred where many Deoism temples were destroyed. All the nuns and priests were sent to labor or were imprisoned. All these events affected the religion and the community by alot.
  • Confucianism

    On May 4, 1917, this movement tried to bring modernization to China but people that hung to old traditions like Confucianism were highly targeted.
  • Shintoism

    As World War II comes to an end, the Shinto state becomes temporarily banned because of the fact that Shintoism and its believers were basically the cause of the war.
  • Hinduism

    In 1992, the Hindus tore down the mosque of Ayodhya but that created tension within the believers which caused people who believed in Hinduism to convert to other religions.