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People would worship Buddha in a temple.
Is a documentary on Japanese Buddhism. The question of the movie is "If the Buddha of India met the Buddha of Japan, would they recognize each other?" They visit a Japanese restaurant where the owner has the workers practice Zen Buddhism and go on weekend training sessions of Zen Buddhism as a part of their job. They visit a temple where Zen Buddhism is practiced and see Zen-like activities such as archery, calligraphy, sword-fighting, and a tea ceremony.
In a fight, Confucius would win as Buddha is an enlightened pacifist and would not fight back.
The Buddha would be the right way to say it. "The Buddha" is a title used in the same way as other titles such as "The President" or "The Pope" when referring to the individual by title and not by name.
Buddha saw the world as it is. Mohammed saw the world as he wished it to be. Jesus saw mankind as he would wish it to be. I can't believe that any of them really had a clue about the afterlife.
The video is a study of Zen Buddhism and compares it to the only remaining school from the time of Buddha, Therevada. It asks the question whether the Buddha in Japan would recognize the Buddha in original times. That Buddha has "disappeared" into Mahayana and Zen.
Siddartha Gutma (the Buddha) believed he would reach Nirvana, the Buddist version of heaven, because he was Enlightened.
The historic Buddha (Siddhartha Gautama) was a Prince and would have been ruler of his country on his fathers death.
Buddha is known as the "enlightened one" so a fair opposite would be "ignorant".
The most universally accepted important site for Buddhist is the Temple at Bodhgaya where the Buddha reached enlightenment. There are however a large number of holy sites, the Buddha himself named four places that would be beneficial to visit on pilgrimage but there are a great number of placed visited and respected by Buddhists.
Siddhartha Buddha married his cousin, Yashodhara.
The Buddha was born as the son of a king and the highest class of nobility. He would have been a Brahman - the highest caste.