Buddhism: Buddhism, The Father Of Buddhism

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Introduction: The belief of religion or spiritual honor is setting in mind to the people from the birth. Buddhism is one of the religious belief or a spiritual power. Gautama Siddhartha is the father of Buddhism. About 563 B.C.E., he was born in the foothills of the Himalayas. Siddhartha’s life was accompanied by lavishness, prosperous and peace. However, when he was 29, Siddhartha left his shelter and exposed new ventures. At this time, he observed the surrounding nature, which contains poverty, misery, and illness. Through enlighten experience a new spiritual belief was created after long time meditation, the pious man was released from dissatisfaction and was enlightened. Through new belief and thoughtful experience, he earned honor to be the father of piousness or a new belief and attainment of light experience, he became prominent by the title ‘Buddha’ (Dong, 2005). The meaning of ‘Buddha’ is ‘Awakened One’. Later his piousness and believe turn in all over the world. This psychological…show more content…
From the observations, the researchers have found that most of the Buddhists have a similarity in culture that is the concerning or focusing issue and helps to make difference from others religions. The cultural education behavior may vary from but they are not varying. Nevertheless, culture of Buddhists in India may vary from other countries (Ramya, 2016). The interaction among them or their own cast is always better and supportive. With religious views, people earn quality of moral and a sense of peaceful life and all Buddhists may work together. In accordance with religious faith, they cooperate with one another. In India, their cooperation is performed through many cultural
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