Buddhism had a very unique start to its religion, believes in many different gods, and has a very interesting cultures, and traditions to its religion. Buddhism was developed from the religion and philosophy taught from Buddha. Buddha was the founder of Buddhism who is estimated to have lived from 563 BC to 483 BCE. He was able to spread Buddhism from India to Southeast and Central Asia, China, Korea, and Japan. Buddhism played a central role in Asia as a spiritual and cultural way of living a social life. From 200 B.C, it started to spread West. Buddhism developed in several closely related literary languages of ancient India such as Pali, Sanskrit, and Dharma. Buddhism used to be part of Hinduism, and was one a long time ago, but now it is two different religions which share the same traditions and cultures. There were many discontents with Brahmanic rituals and sacrifices which is related to Hindu caste systems. There were Ascetics, who are people who practice severe self-discipline, and created a more spiritual and personal religious experience found in Vedas which are Hindu sacred scriptures. In the Vedas, transcendental knowledge of Hinduism can be found. These are known as Upanishads. According to traditions of Buddhism, Buddha, the creator of Buddhism used to exist back in time, and will continue to exist in the future. Buddha’s full name was Gautama Siddharta, and was frequently called the Shakayami, the sage of the Shakya clan. He was the origin of the six realms of god which consisted of gods, demigods, humans, animals, ghosts, and hell beings. He also thought of the samsara which is the life cycle that Buddhist people believe in today.Buddhism’s tradition is filled with many things such as meditation, offerings, and traditional objects that also represent Buddhism. Buddhist people usually honor their thoughts to Buddha through meditation, offering things to relics, and by praying while looking at images of Buddha. In the Theravada tradition of Buddhism, people give gifts to Buddhist monks, and is encouraged more generally. In Theravada tradition, people consider Monks as people to embody the fruits of Buddhist practice, and the job is to share and lay the examples and teachings. People also thinking giving things to monks will benefit themselves and win them merits. After Buddha’s death, four main centers of pilgrimage sprung up in the first few hundred years. Buddhism established their own customs and beliefs. The purpose of the pilgrimage is to foster a spiritual discipline, fulfill a vow they wished for, and to travel throughout the world. It also helps to express their feelings of devotion to others. The most common ordination in Buddhism is to become a monk. There are many important ceremony in Buddhism. One of the richest visual object in the Tibetan buddhism is the mandala. It is a symbolic picture that represents the universe. It could be a painting on the wall, colour sands on the table, or a visualization in your mind which is adept. It represents an imaginary palace which is using during meditation. It also adds the aspect of wisdom, and it mostly used for meditators to guide principles. The purpose of mandalas are to help transfer ordinary minds into enlightened ones to help concentrate. The Tibetan mandala contains deities, which has the principal deity in the center of the pattern. The mandala is made of sand which transmits positive energy to people, and helps the environment to gain good effects of purification and healing through the mandala. The mandala sand painting was introduced by Buddha himself, and the process begins with an open ceremony, with monks chanting and dancing. The design is marked with a wooden platform, and this meticulous process is known to take an entire day to finish drawing. The people usually start from the center and work towards the outside when drawing the mandala. The monks use metals funnels called chakpur to place millions of grains of dyed sand into elaborate patterns that match the mandala. Once the mandala is complete, the monks ask the deities to do the healing blessings, and other good wishes during the ceremony. After this, one other monk begins destructing the mandala through scraping a knuckle through the sand and creating a cross of grey sand on it. The monk takes a paintbrush and slowly sweeps the sand of the center of the mandala. The destruction of the mandala serves as a reminder of the impermanence of life, and the importance of it.