Gautama Buddha

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Noun1.Gautama Buddha - founder of BuddhismGautama Buddha - founder of Buddhism; worshipped as a god (c 563-483 BC)
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His Holiness the Dalia Lama has contributed to the relics of the historical Buddha (called Shakyamuni Buddha, Gautama or Sidartha Buddha).
The gigantic Shakyamuni Buddha at a height of 169 at a height of 169 feet is clearly visible today.
6m ($20 million) for a large gilt bronze figure of the enthroned Shakyamuni Buddha.
Another record was set by a massive Ming gilt-bronze figure of a seated Shakyamuni Buddha, which went to a Chinese collector from Guangdong for $30.
The flower-exchange tradition comes from an old Buddhist story about Shakyamuni Buddha, several lifetimes Before he became a Buddha.
Together the two thinkers draw on the wisdom of Shakyamuni Buddha, Lao Tzu, Confucius, Aristotle, Socrates, and others to make a compelling case for philosophy as a means of helping people draw on their own inner strength to overcome suffering, live victoriously, and create value for the world.
However, Shakyamuni Buddha explained karma according to three kinds of actions: bodily, verbal and mental (will).
Shakyamuni Buddha said, "All sentient beings without exception have the Buddha-nature.
Mahayana Buddhists believe that the historic Shakyamuni Buddha was such a boddhisattva, one of many such enlightened beings who have assisted and continue to assist us in our quest for an end to suffering.
Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Supreme Compassion is He who holds the lotus or Padmapani (and alongside Vajrapani seated on either side of Shakyamuni Buddha constitutes the garbhadhatu; from which trinity emanate all forms of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas).
The Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin is based on the Lotus Sutra, the highest teaching of Shakyamuni Buddha, who lived and taught in India 3,000 years ago.
Lectures alternate between Jesus and Shakyamuni Buddha, exploring issues of historicity and social context, central teachings, values, and religious practices.