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For questions about the Buddha (Siddartha Gautama) as a person - his life, sayings, actions, etc.

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handa'dāni bhikkhave āmantayāmi vo, vayadhammā sankhārā appamādena sampādethā ti. Disciples, this I declare to you: All conditioned things are subject to disintegration - strive on untiringly …
answered Jun 11 '16 by Saptha Visuddhi
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In the Digha Nikaya in Mahāpadāna sutta, the Discourse of the biography of the Buddha, and in Acchariya Abbhutadhamma sutta we get to read about the life stories of the seven Buddhas: Vipassi, Sikkhi, …
answered Apr 1 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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What Original Buddhist Sources say is very true. ”The Dhamma possesses multiple forms and levels. It is incumbent upon the interpreter to seek the internal coherence and consistency within a tex …
answered Aug 4 '16 by Saptha Visuddhi
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According to Theravada tradition, Buddhas come and go over countless eons. Only in the times when their teaching is alive and true will we get a chance of escaping from this endless samsara. Every onc …
answered Mar 8 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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You can get to know about the states of mind or extraterrestrial life in the Kuddhaka Nikaya 2 - Vimana Pretha Vattu (or check out two recent publications on Stories of the Mansions & Stories of the D …
answered Mar 22 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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It is difficult to give the exact time gap between the previous Buddha and Gautama Buddha. Both Buddhas came to pass in this great aeon. This is a Special Kalpa – a Maha-Bhadra-Kalpa - largest time u …
answered Apr 1 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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Vesak is the day marking the birth, enlightenment, and passing away of the Buddha, which according to traditional accounts all occurred on the full-moon day of May. Vesak (by that I mean the three eve …
answered Jan 7 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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Solosmasthana are 16 sacred places in Sri Lanka, that Gautama Buddha is said to have visited. Buddha is said to have visited the country three times and on one occasion, the footprint of the Buddha w …
answered Sep 9 '16 by Saptha Visuddhi
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The Suttas are contained in the Sutta Pitaka, within which are 5 collections or nikayas. Of these, the first 4 are the earliest and the ones that can be fully trusted. It is because you will never fin …
answered Jun 1 '16 by Saptha Visuddhi
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At the very outset of this post, may I make it clear to one and all that this is only an interpretation from a Buddhist Point of View, and it is not a criticism of any one of the religions that believ …
answered Sep 9 '16 by Saptha Visuddhi
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A Buddha would never ever weep while in his days of Enlightenment. It is because of the quality Akampita. It means unshaken; calm; resolute; that which does not tremble; not to be shaken. The opposit …
answered May 29 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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A Buddha can live as long as he wants – even an aeon, as the Buddha potentially have the age or lifespan of an aeon. – but this decision depends on the others. If an arahant that is closest to a Budd …
answered Apr 27 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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Kalyana-Mitta, ‘Noble or Good Friend’, is called a person who is fully established in this Dhamma Path, and who walks the Noble Eightfold Path, and who is the mentor and friend of his friend, or assoc …
answered Apr 5 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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There is no such age or age limit. For example, Kassapa Buddha, the sixth of the Seven Buddhas of Antiquity, and the third of the five Buddhas of the present kalpa practiced austerities for only seve …
answered Mar 20 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi
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The sutta that you should live by, if you want to achieve success in your lay life - The layman’s welfare - is Dighajanu (Vyagghapajja) Sutta: Conditions of Welfare. In this sutta Buddha instructs ric …
answered Jan 29 '17 by Saptha Visuddhi

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