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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A file photo of VG Siddhartha, the founder of India's biggest coffee chain, Cafe Coffee Day Image Credit: AFP Political drama
'I would like to say I gave it my all,' Siddhartha wrote.
The parent company of Siddhartha's company, Coffee Day Enterprises (CDE), issued a (https://www.bseindia.com/xml-data/corpfiling/AttachLive/8af2444d-4042-4c79-81e5-66f5b815b50f.pdf) statement mourning the company's founder.
Mr Siddhartha leaves behind a coffee shop chain with more than 1,500 shops across India, having built up the business over three decades.
A letter, purportedly written by Siddhartha and addressed to his board and employees, said he "gave up," blaming an unnamed private equity partner for pressuring him into a share buyback and tax authorities for "harassment" and decisions that caused a liquidity crunch.
Sneha Ajith plays Kamala opposite Bahrain-based dancer Hisham Hameed as Siddhartha and the cast is made up of local dancers.
Siddhartha's timeless journey unfolds from an open mind and an open heart, from giving and not getting attention.
With a wide distribution network in India, a growing international presence and state-of-the-art capabilities in product development, Royal Enfield is well positioned to grow the middleweight motorcycle segment globally," Siddhartha added.
Siddhartha will spearhead Ducati's marketing initiatives in India and lead the company's growth and expansion strategy in the market, the company said in a statement.
Rooted in the rich Vedic traditions and further enriched by major thinkers in the centuries after Siddhartha's life, Buddhist sutras contain insightful expositions on the nature of self, perception, cognition, and free will--issues that are just starting to attract the attention of neuroscientists.
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When Prince Siddhartha is born, a prophecy is foretold by one of his father's advisors: "He will renounce the noble life in order to end suffering." King Suddhodana tries his best to shelter Siddhartha from the harshness of life by keeping him in the palace where all his needs are met.