Siddhartha


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Siddhartha:

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[Skt.,=the enlightened One], usual title given to the founder of Buddhism. He is also called the Tathagata [he who has come thus], Bhagavat [the Lord], and Sugata [well-gone]. He probably lived from 563 to 483 B.C.
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Siddhartha

character who wanders in search of “inner truth.” [Ger. Lit.: Hesse, Siddhartha]
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