Religious and Cultural Policies of the Mongol and Yuan Empires
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Shao Jianchun, Wu Hongyun
the Meng Yuan Empire Pursued an Equal and Relaxed Religious Policy, with Freedom of Belief and Coexistence of Various Religions. Its Essence Was to Use Religion for Our Own Use and Maintain the Rule of Meng Yuan Dynasty. When the Influence of a Certain Religion Was Too Large to Be Conducive to the Rule, the Khan Court Often Took Measures Such as Suppression and Differentiation to Forbid It to Sit in a Big Position So as to Prevent the Tail from Growing Too Big. There is the Yuan Dynasty, Shamanism, Taoism, Zen Buddhism Fate is So.
Religious Policy; Shamanism; Taoism; Tibetan Buddhism