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  • Gautama Buddha

    enlightenment. Gaumata was meditating for a long time when finally while he was sitting under a Bo tree he had attained the enlightenment he was looking for. It is for this reason he got the name Buddha‚ meaning the enlightened one. Buddha became a traveling teacher and taught everyone his discovery. Buddha did not write any of his lessons down. He taught about the Four Noble Truths‚ (1) life is suffering‚ (2) all suffering is caused by ignorance‚ (3) Ending ignorance will end suffering‚ and (4) The

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  • Siddhartha Gautama Buddha

    Siddhartha Gautama Buddha Siddhartha Gautama Buddha was a prince at birth and his father sheltered him from all kinds of suffering that he may feel‚ so he was not allowed to go out of the palace. After asking his father’s permission he then went outside of the palace for four times and saw different kinds of suffering. On his first three trips he saw sickness old age and death. And on his fourth trip he saw a monk and said to himself that he would want to be one. He left his wife and family‚ and

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  • Gautama Buddha and Buddha Quotes

    Buddhism that is celebrated widely by many different countries including Thailand‚ China‚ Sri Lanka and Indonesia. The ritual Parinirvana celebrates Buddha’s birth‚ enlightenment and death for both individuals and the greater Buddhist community. Buddha is celebrated in a variety of different ways from one country to another but has around 376 million adherents with identical significance of celebrating Buddha’s universal peace message and guideline to mankind which is the belief that peace can

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  • Gautama Buddha and Siddhartha

    Siddhartha In the book Siddhartha‚ by Herman Hesse‚ figurative language is used to create beautiful pictures‚ settings and feelings more real. Strong images‚ metaphors‚ and symbols help to make the books topic‚ Buddhism‚ more understandable. Imagery is used to make the setting and Siddhartha’s words come alive. The author spends a good amount of time describing the settings in Siddhartha’s journey‚ to convey that in Buddhism words are not just the teachings‚ but lessons of everyday life

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  • Comparing Buddha And Siddhartha Gautama

    The depictions of Buddha/Siddhartha Gautama have various depictions‚ postures and gestures in the regions of India and Southeastern Asia due to the different cultural and architectural influences of other civilizations over time. With every posture depicted of Buddah each contains a different hand gestures which are known as the Mudras. The seated Buddha from second century Gandhara or modern day Pakistan carved from gray schist and influenced by classic Greek culture. Together these mixture of culture

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  • Aerobic: Gautama Buddha and Aerobics

    know it is important as it not only keeps our physical appearance in shape but also our health is taken care of. “To keep the body in good health is a duty...otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” said by Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta‚ the founder of Buddhism‚ 563-483 B.C. Aerobics is just another way of keeping in shape if we choose not to go to the gym or play sports but do not look down at aerobics as you can really feel your muscles being worked hard as this is quite

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  • Gautama Buddha and World Visit Nepal

    in size; it covers only 0.003% of the world. Being so very small in size‚ it covers a wide range of verifies in terms of ethnicity‚ culture‚ language‚ fashion‚ atmosphere‚ landscape‚ animals‚ birds and many more. it is also the birth place of Lord Buddha‚ Lumbini and the highest peak of the world Mt. Everest along with other many snowy mountains for which the country is famous for. In deed‚ Nepal is a country full of natural beauties‚ it consist of various things that are found in different parts

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  • Gautama Buddha and Siddhartha Study Guide

    According to Siddhartha‚ what can one learn? Explain this. A- According to him‚ one can learn whatever they wish to achieve enlightenment. 7. Who is Gotama? What does the author think of him? A- Gotama is Buddha or the Illustrious One that Govinda

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  • Comparing The Hero's Journey In Star Wars And Gautama Buddha

    sage who has mannerisms similar to Gautama Buddha’s. In Star Wars‚ Yoda says many things that directly align with words spoken by Gautama Buddha himself. For instance‚ on episode I‚ Yoda says: “Fear leads to anger‚ anger leads to hate‚ hate leads to suffering” (Star Wars‚ Episode I). Similarly‚ Gautama Buddha teaches that: “There is suffering; there is a cause of suffering; there can be an end to suffering; the eightfold path brings about the end of suffering” (Gautama). In both cases‚ one can sense

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  • Buddha

    Gautama Buddha was the founder of Buddhism. The religious philosophy of Buddhism is contained in the first sermon of Buddha at Sarnath‚ near Varanasi. The essence of Buddhism is contained in Gautama Buddha’s teachings which consist of Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path. The four noble truths are: 1. The world is full of suffering. 2. Suffering is caused by human desires. 3. The renunciation of desires is the path of salvation. 4. Salvation can be attained easily by following the Eightfold

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