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Buddhism

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Transcript of Buddhism

•The text are collected in Tipitaka's which has 3 main sections:
•1) Vinaya Pitaka: codes and disciplinary rules for monks and nuns
•2) Sutta Pitaka: teachings and sayings of the Buddha and his disciples
•3) Abhidhamma Pitaka: explanations of the teachings Buddhism Foundations Values/Teachings Practices Practices Sacred Scriptures Symbols By: Allison and Sana Vocabulary Karma: the moral law of cause and effect of actions
Mantras: phrases or syllable chanted to evoke a deity or to enhance meditation
Nirvana: the ultimate goal of all Buddhists: loss of selflessness and release from reincarnation
Samsara: the wheel of rebirth or reincarnation
Dharma: the techings of the Buddha Festivals/Celebrations/Special Events Originated: from Hinduism in India
Formed: 5th century B.C
Founder: Prince Siddhartha Gautama Buddha
Followers: 350 000 000
Traveled the country for wisdom.
Studied Hindu scriptures
Meditated and experienced of enlightenment & then became known as Buddha, which means “enlightened one.” Buddhist New Year Vesak (or Buddha day) Ploughing Festival THE END Golden Fish Vase of Treasure Lotus Flower Beliefs Reaching Nirvana Clothing Wedding Funeral Bowing to the image of Buddha Meditating Mantras Offerings The Eightfold Path The Five Precepts
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