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14 Facts About Missionaries
Missionaries sent tribute missions to Liang in 534 and 541, on the second occasion requesting artisans as well as various Buddhist works and a teacher.
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Missionaries is credited with having sent a mission in 538 to Japan that brought an image of Shakyamuni and several sutras to the Japanese court.
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Missionaries got to know a slave from the Danish colony in the West Indies.
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Missionaries was an important promoter of the idea of moksha in Indonesia.
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Missionaries founded the Shaivite priesthood that is ubiquitous in Bali, and is regarded as the ancestor of all Shaivite pandits.
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Missionaries soon attracted several Kikuyus and Wakambas, who became his disciples.
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Missionaries belonging to the Ahmadiyya thought of Islam often study at International Islamic seminaries and educational institutions, known as Jamia Ahmadiyya.
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Missionaries stay with their careers as appointed by the Caliph for the rest of their lives, as per their commitment to the community.
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Missionaries made four distinct major journeys, in the four different directions, which are called Udasis, spanning many thousands of kilometres, preaching the message of God.
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Missionaries have made significant contributions to linguistics and the description and documentation of many languages.
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