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Buddha and Buddhism

28/10/201016:51(Xem: 2961)
Buddha and Buddhism
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Buddha and Buddhism



    1. Siddartha Gautama
    2. Buddha
    3. Doctrine (Dharma)
    4. Dhammapada
    5. Questions of King Milinda
    6. Community (Sangha)

The oldest known date in the history of India is the death of the one called Buddha in 483 BC, and even that date is somewhat controversial. Buddha means "one who is intuitive, awakened, or enlightened." The famous historical person known as Buddha was also called the Tathagata, which means "the one who has come thus," and Shakyamuni, which means "the sage of the Shakya tribe." He is said to have lived eighty years, and thus was probably born in 563 BC.
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