Was The Buddha Sabbañu (Omniscient)?

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Chapter 5 — The Categorical Answer to the Question: Was the Buddha Sabbaññu (Omniscient)? This chapter discuss on the concept of omniscience. The chapter having look in the Vedas, Upanishads, and Jainism to view how this term was used. It also examined what the Buddha said in regard to omniscient. For what has suggested in the Vedas is that, only the synonym of the word all-knowledge (snkr. sarvajña) had been used, and it refer to the gods such as Agni, Indra, and Soma. In the Upanishads, all-knowledge has been dedicated to Brahman/Atman, the universal self. Brihadāranyaka Upanishad (IV 5.6) states, “When the Self has been… known, then all… is known.” Nevertheless, the for Jainism, all-knowledge is realizable for human. “When a person attained
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