When someone is Buddha and they die after cremation do have to wait 49 days before barial?
While I cannot give you a sutra, I can comment on the question. When Buddha says he was a buddha before he started meditating, what he means is his buddha-nature exists here and now. However, before he became enlightened, he had forgotten it. He was not aware of it. The mind created a fog, so that he could not see his buddha-nature. Meditation is the process of clearing the fog, so that you may remember…
The Catholic Church does not recommend cremation. It prefers that people be buried. In fact, only recently was cremation allowed at all. It was not allowed before because people used it to deny the Resurrection. Now, the law is that a person can be cremated if it is not done to deny the Resurrection, but the ALL of the ashes MUST be buried afterwards.
Customarily, according to Wikipedia, below: " Jewellery, such as necklaces, wrist-watches and rings, are ordinarily removed before cremation, and returned to the family." Otherwise, some processes strain human ashes for metal fragments, which are increasingly recycled. A diamond stone would certainly survive cremation: it has the highest melting temperature of any mineral which is not approached during a commercial cremation process.
Which Buddha? There is more then 1. The short answer is a complicated one The first buddha was a prince first Later in life rebuking his princely devices , to better understand and attain enlightenment He tried many different styles before comming to the answer we all know as Buddhism www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddha Enjoy
A: We can be sure that the Buddha lived more than a thousand years before Muhammad, Buddha living around 500 BCE and Muhammad after 600 CE. The Bible says that Abraham lived around the beginning of the second millennium BCE, which would, in turn, make Abraham far older than the Buddha. However, there are serious doubts whether Abraham was a real, historical person. If not, then the Buddha was the earliest real person.
The buddha (in his final task before actually becoming the Buddha) was not tempted by anyone else when he sat under the bodhi tree, in-fact he was tempted by mara, the name for the deepest negative consciousness that resides within someone. To become enlightened, the buddha first had to resist the temptations of lust and greed. In the myth, these take the form of a man's three beautiful (at first) daughters. In his tranced state…