Touma, a medieval Buddhist monk, has been the subject of some scholarly research for his life and teachings.
He was the subject in the movie “The Buddha” and the “Sakura” TV series.
Toumas life and work are largely unknown.
The Buddhist monk was born in 632.
He was a monk who spent the early part of his life in India, and spent the rest of his years in the East.
His first sermon was a sermon called “The Doctrine of the Noble Eightfold Path”.
His final sermon was the “Divine Teachings of Touma”.
He is credited with having developed the Buddhist monastic system of the time.
According to the Encyclopedia of Buddhism, Touma wrote about his life, and his teachings, in the “Treatise of the Three Virtues” (D. I. 517).
In the book, Toumas writings are described as a work of pure, unadulterated wisdom.
The author states that Touma’s teachings were a direct result of the teachings of Buddha, and that he himself was a result of Buddha’s teachings.
He also noted that he never heard of the Buddhist school of Mahayana Buddhism, which was called the Hinayana school of Buddhism.
According the author, the word “Hinayana” comes from the word hinaya, meaning “one who has a certain disposition” or “one with a particular temper.”
Tamem Monastiri is an important figure in the history of Buddhism in Australia.
“Toumana Monastirs teaching is a true, authentic source of inspiration for the people of Australia.
His life story and teachings are a wonderful tribute to a truly great man of Buddhism.”
“Tamema Monastics teaching is based on the teachings, life experiences and teachings of a very important man of the Buddha’s time.
The Buddha himself taught and lived by this teaching.
This is the true source of the teaching and the authentic teaching of the man of God who is the Lord Buddha.”