Concept of education

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Historical background

The origin of Buddhism Was a founderSiddhartha Gautama, the historicalBuddha, who was born inLumbini(in Present-day Nepal) during the 5th century BCE.


Basic Belief system

One fundamental belief of Buddhism is often Referred to as reincarnation the concept that people are reborn after dying. In Fact, most individuals go through many cycles of birth, living, death and Rebirth.

The four noble Truths

Dukkha: Suffering Exist is real and almost universal.

Samudaya: There is a cause of suffering people desire worldly things and self-satisfaction.Nirodha: There Is an end to suffering: is to stop desiring things.Magga: In Order to end suffering, you must follow the eightfold path.

·Eightfold Path

1.Know and understand The Forth Noble Truths.

2.Give up worldly things and don´t harm others.

3.Tell the truth, don´t gossip, and don´t speak badly of others.

4.Don´t commit evil acts, like killing, stealing or living an unclean Life.

5.Do rewarding work.

6.Work for good and oppose evil.

7.Make sure your mind keeps your senses under control.

8.Practice meditation as a way of understanding reality.

Historical texts 

The History of the buddha

Siddhartha Gautama was born in royalty he have a very good life, he have all. One day he get ut of the palace, he saw horrible things, he goes of the palace forever to be the enligtened Buddha.

Key liders

The Buddha (563 B.C. - 483 B.C.) The fully Enlightened Buddha.                               

the Buddha of our time. Historically, the founder of Buddhism, but to Buddhists he is considered the person who rediscovered the teachings after they Had died out.   

Hotei (830 A.D. - 902 A.D.) A Chinese monk from the Chan (precursor to Zen) school. Many People confuse him as THE Buddha, when in fact he was a Buddhist monk. He may have been a buddha, such as an arahant (enlightened), but not THE Buddha of our time.

Sacred Places
Buddhists go on pilgrimages To places associated with Buddha's life. These places include his birthplace, Lumbini Grove, the place of enlightenment, Bodh Gaya, the place of his first Sermon, Sarnarth, and the place he died, Kusinara.

Buddhism has approximately 470 million adherents Across the globe. It represents a major component of the spiritual heritage of East and Southeast Asia. The two main branches of Buddhism are Mahayana and Theravada. 

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