Siddharta


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Siddharta

“one who has attained goal,” personified in ferryman role. [Ger. Lit.: Siddharta]
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Finalement, Siddharta Sen discute de la litterature sur la diversite culturelle et ethnique au sein des programmes d'urbanisme ayant ete publiee l'annee derniere dans cette publication (d'ou la reference du titre de cet editorial).
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Originating around 2,500 years ago in Nepal, Buddhism stems from the enlightenment and teachings of Prince Siddharta Gautama who lived around 480BC-thereafter known as the Buddha.
The starting point, appropriately, is also the religion's starting point - a stone tablet depicting ``The Birth of Siddharta,'' a small child dwarfed by the joyful, dancing figure of his mother.
The other great spiritual guide, Gautama Siddharta, the Buddha, focused on the tangible destruction of human greed during one's lifetime.
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It is interesting to note that such acetic preachers and beggar monks had been roaming the countryside in India, China, Central Asia, and Indonesia after the third century BCE--ever since Buddhism got its start in India with Prince Siddharta Gautama, called the Buddha, who lived from around 560-480 BCE.