Well, there once was a prince who's name was Siddhartha Gautama who lived inside his palace for his whole life until his was either 30 or higher. He never saw a dead person, never saw someone suffer. One day, he decided to travel outside to see what it was like. He saw an old man with no home, and he saw men who died. He wanted to figure out why everything was like that. So he wandered around for seven years hoping to find out why everything was like that. He meditated under a fig tree for 49 days to help him understand.
Once he figured it out, her traveled across India for 45 years, and shared his knowledge. He figured out that in order to prevent those things he thought this is what you should do.
Must act Unselfishy
treat people fairly
People began to follow the Prince, and they started to call him Buddha.
They worshiped him like a god, and then this is how Buddhism became a religion.
Buddha (aka the prince) Created a path called the eightfold path. This is what you had to do.
Then, once he found followers, and everything he did, and his law become a religion. So really, Buddhism started because the Prince wanted to find answers, and when he did, he wanted to prevent all the bad, so he stared the religion, Buddhism.
a civilization did not start Buddhism it was siddhartha gautama who originally started Buddhism!
what is the religions book in Buddhisms
Buddhism was started in India. It is a southasian country
Buddhism started in South Asia. The country is India.
Buddhism began over 2500 years ago, in what is now Nepal.
In India and Nepal.
In maghada, India
india------its that simple
Buddhism started in India.
Well Buddhism start in approximately 563 BC and it has never ended. Buddhism is the 4th largest religion in the world and is growing faster than many other religions in Europe and North America.
Buddhism started about 2500 BC
about 623 b.c.
18000 years ago
It started in Taxilla, Pakistan.
No, it started in India
Buddhism was originated from Nepal in Asia and has now spread so that there are Buddhists in nearly every country.
The Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama, formalized what we now call Buddhism around 528 BCE.