In this discourse, we undoubtedly have the ideal Buddhist, if not Gautama Buddha
It was also a celebration of the Enlightenment of Prince Siddhartha as Gautama Buddha
2600 years ago, that Great Teacher of peace and non-violence of India, who's Message has traversed far beyond and brought solace to thousands in all corners of the world.
The ancient Jataka Stories constitute literature native to the entire Indian sub-continent which focuses on Gautama Buddha
, both as a human as well as an animal in reincarnation - that could be as king, a fakir or even an elephant or a monkey.
Summary: Imphal [Manipur], Aug 11 (ANI): "Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart, give yourself to it," says spiritual leader Gautama Buddha
. It is easy to say follow your dreams but not everyone is able to follow it.
As Gautama Buddha
said greatly that Happiness too is a form of suffering.
Like watching the Ganges flow by the ghats in Varanasi or stopping by at the Dhamek stupa in Sarnath, about 10kms north east of Varanasi where Gautama Buddha
first delivered his sermons in the Dharma after enlightenment.
How will their lives be if Lord Rama or Gautama Buddha
existed in today's world that is racing towards materialism?
The lively yet modest celebration filled the air when some 3,000 devotees visited the Maha Vihara Buddhist Temple, Brickfields to conduct religious ceremonies by lighting candles and bringing flowers to symbolise the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautama Buddha
In his message, President Hamid said Buddha Purnima is a holy religious festival related to the birth and attaining enlightenment and death of Gautama Buddha
. He said Gautam Buddha always sought the welfare for mankind and he tried his best to make the whole world a peaceful and prosperous one.
He said Mazdakism in Iran, movement of Gautama Buddha
against Brahmans, dawn of Islam, birth of Sikh religion, thoughts of Martin Luther are different phases of revolutionary thinking in different societies.
Some 30 kilometres west of Lumbini is Tilaurakot, the home of Gautama Buddha
where he spent 30 years before escaping from the mundane and everyday lavish life of the palace.