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When Buddhism started?

In the year 534 BCE, a young Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama (age 29) was deeply troubled about the fact that so many people suffer. So he left his wife and child and (MORE)

What is Buddhism?

Buddhism is a one of the six major religions started in Gya, the  place in India. It is based on the teachings Siddhartha Gautama,  known as the Buddha or "awakened one". So (MORE)

What is dA?

DA is used as an abbreviation for many groups of words. Some  include district attorney, department of agriculture, and data  analysis.
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What are the Commandments of Buddhism?

There aren't exactly commandments in Buddhism, as Buddhism is a voluntary path. However, the Buddha did give the Five Noble Precepts, which are the mark of a practicing Buddhi (MORE)

What do you think of Buddhism?

Every single person has their own opinion about certain things. Buddhism is a beautiful religion based on harmony,happiness,karma and dharma. Read about it yourself to fin (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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What is the aspect of Buddhism?

The aspects of Buddhism are the various qualities which the Buddha  taught lead to enlightenment. The four noble truths of Buddhism are  that suffering is part of life, that (MORE)

What do Buddhism means?

The word "Buddhism" derives from "buddha". The one called "Buddha" is someone who has discovered nature of things as they are (among the whole of existing : life , universe, e (MORE)

A description of Buddhism?

Buddhism is not a religion rather it is a tradition that focuses on  personal spiritual development. Buddhists strive for a deep insight  into the true nature of life and do (MORE)

What is a das?

That's funny, because "Was ist das" means "What is that," so it sounds like you're asking "What is a that?" The word "das" in German is an article, the. Das Buch is the book (MORE)