Shaka
   Shakyamuni (Buddha). The name of the Buddha who appeared as a human being in India. One of the major 'cosmic' Buddhas of Mahayana Buddhism. In Japan, he is the central Buddha of the Lotus Sutra (Hokekyo) particularly revered by the Tendai and Nichiren sects.

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  • Shaka — Zulu Shaka (* um 1787 in der Nähe des heutigen Ortes Melmoth im späteren Natal; † 22. September 1828 in KwaDukuza, beides im heutigen Südafrika; auch Shaka Zulu, Shaka ka Senzangakhona, d. h. Sohn des Senzangakhona) war ein König der Zulu.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Shaka — Zulu Shaka Zulu Nacimiento …   Wikipedia Español

  • Shaka — o Shaka Zulú , rey de los zulús de 1816 a 1828. Durante este periodo los Zulús se convirtieron en la fuerza militar más grande de África y aumentaron su territorio de 200 kilómetros cuadrados a más de 20.000 kilómetros cuadrados. Hijo de… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Shaka —   [ʃ ], Zuluherrscher, Chaka …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Shaka — For other uses, see Shaka (disambiguation). Shaka kaSenzangakhona The only known drawing of Shaka standing with the long throwing assegai and the heavy shield in 1824, four years before his death Born c. 1787 KwaZulu Natal …   Wikipedia

  • Shaka — born с 1787 died Sept. 22, 1828 Zulu chief (1816–28), founder of southern Africa s Zulu empire. Raised as an outcast because his parents marriage violated Zulu custom, Shaka proved himself a brilliant warrior and by 1816 had established himself… …   Universalium

  • Shaka — Chaka Zulu Le roi Chaka Esquisse par James King, 1824 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • shaka — noun A greeting gesture in which the thumb and little finger are extended while curling the three middle fingers in a semi fist. Used to express a variety of positive meanings including all right , hello and goodbye . US President elect Obama… …   Wiktionary

  • Shaka — /ˈʃaka/ (say shahkah) noun died 1828, Zulu leader who founded the Zulu Empire in southern Africa …   Australian English dictionary

  • Shaka — …   Useful english dictionary

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