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Buddhism Fun Facts

Did you know that Buddhism is Indian philosophy and religion based on a range of special instructions by Gautama Buddha?

China is the country where Buddhism is followed the most. But do you know that Buddhism did not originate in China? Can you guess which country it originated in? Play the fun games and check out.

Buddhism Fun Facts

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Mediation in Buddhism means to calm the mind that is always restless, chattering, and busy without remaining still for a while by quieting the monkey mind.
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Gautama Buddha, before attaining enlightenment in Bodh Gaya was prince Siddhartha who was born in the Shakya dynasty in Lumbini, now in Nepal.
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Buddhism originated in India with the teachings of Prince Siddhartha, who was born in Lumbini, now a distinct in Nepal. He later came to be worshipped as Gautama Buddha.
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Buddhism teaches you to have the right view of the world without being attached to it and not give any room to your needs and feelings.
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Nirvana in Buddhism means the end of suffering. Nirvana is a Sanskrit word that means “the blowing out.” In Buddhism, it is synonymous with the end of worldly desires.
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Chana, the charioteer of Gautama Buddha, explained to him the sights of old, dead, and sick people when he was a prince. This explanation opened the door of enlightenment for the prince.
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The teachings of Buddhism comprise of four noble truths, and all the four noble truths are centered on sufferings and the paths around them.
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Buddhists are required to follow five precepts of life which are considered the five rules that take a person to the path of mortality.
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It was Prince Siddhartha’s quest to understand the suffering of people that led to the rise of Buddhism. Hence, it is considered the center of this religion.
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Gautama Buddha rejected both severe asceticism and hedonism. According to him, the path to enlightenment was the life of non-attachment that he called the Middle–way.

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