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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Woodville Rockhill, The Life of the Buddha and the Early History of His Order Derived from Tibetan Works.
Explorers, researchers, theologians and politicians have long puzzled over the whereabouts of Suvarnabhumi, with references dating back to the Jataka tales of the life of the Buddha, and ancient Buddhist accounts from the time of the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka, who ruled over much of the Indian subcontinent in the third century BC.
Sailing south to Indonesia, he traveled to India and the sacred sites of the life of the Buddha,' Prof D-ro SO Gilsu told newsmen at the Taxila Museum where he stopped to explore the ancient Buddhist civilisation.
This makes the site the holiest place related to the life of the Buddha and the 'navel of the world' in the Buddhism worldview.
The so-called Elliot Marbles in the British Museum come from a 2,000-year-old stupa in south India, intricately carved with scenes from the life of the Buddha. Sir Walter Elliot, a Scottish revenue official, rescued the site in the 1840s from being pillaged by locals and carted off some of the finest sculptures to the Madras Museum, whence some later found their way to Britain.
Now, a new exhibition based on the Durham University findings will explore the life of the Buddha in Nepal.
It teaches that there is one vehicle that will transport all sentient beings to Buddhahood, and that the life of the Buddha is immeasurable.
India and Nepal have laid the ground work for the creation of tourist routes in both countries centered on the life of the Buddha.
Caption: 8 Ajanta Cave 10: Detail showing a guard from the First Meditation panel of the Life of the Buddha sequence, also called the Bhagavan sequence.
Now the uncovering of what is the first archaeological material linking the life of the Buddha to a specific century has been featured amongst the top 10 world discoveries of 2014 by the Archaeological Institute of America's Archaeology Magazine.
The doctrine of the mutual possession of the Ten Worlds indicates that evil exists even within the life of the Buddha, and that the Buddha nature exists even within the lives of evil people.
NANAMOLI, Bhikkhu, The Life of the Buddha. According to the Pali Canon, Seattle, BPS Pariyatti Editions, 2001.