Gautama Buddha

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Buddhists believe Gautama Buddha attained enlightenment at this place.
The Durham exhibition, which runs until April 7, explores the life of Gautama Buddha, the establishment of Buddhism and its early spread throughout South Asia.
based shoe company has stopped advertising on its website shoes bearing Buddha images following official objection from Nepal, the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, Nepalese government said Tuesday.
This killing of the american ambassador has nothing to do with propfet Muhammad,jesus christ, or Gautama buddha.
Gautama Buddha (563 BCE -400 BCE) was a spiritual teacher from ancient India who founded Buddhism.
Ms Perera printed two books entitled From Darkness to Light and Questions and Answers in Sinhalese about her conversion to Islam and the original teachings of Gautama Buddha.
Buddhist tradition holds that the Buddha himself came to Swat during his last reincarnation as the Gautama Buddha and preached to the people here.
In Buddhist mythology, Gautama Buddha was assailed by the demon Mara when meditating under the sacred Bo tree.
No Buddhism that I know about ever claims that Gautama Buddha was not a historical person.
Bodh Gaya is where tradition says Gautama Buddha attained enlightenment.
The story of his meditation resembles an episode in the life of Gautama Buddha, who 2,500 years ago founded the religion which now boasts 325 million followers, mostly in Asia.
By the next stop we are so conditioned that we no longer hear the voice: It wasn't enough to chop the birch tree Yjyk-Mar, to saw the ash of Nemesis, to cut the fig tree of Gautama Buddha, Daphnes laurel, Leuce's poplar, Philyra's linden, Pitys's pine, Carya's walnut, Phyllis's almond, and the cypress of the dead.
Here you find Antonio Gramsci alongside Yogi Berra, pearls of wisdom from both Gautama Buddha and Hans-Ulrich Obrist.
Later Buddhist traditions elaborated on those concerns and methods of Gautama Buddha.
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