Today's installment concludes The Foundation of Buddhism, our selection from Buddahism: Its History and Literature by Thomas W. Rhys-Davids published
“This day the Samana Gautama has been dead a week! That is how I obtained this Mandarava flower." Continuing The Foundation of Buddhism, our
“Eight chieftains among the Mallas bathed their heads and clad themselves in new garments with the intention of bearing the body of the Blessed One.
“When the Blessed One died, Sakka, the king of the gods, at the moment of his passing away from existence, uttered this stanza.” Continuing The
“It may be, brethren, that there may be doubt or misgiving in the mind of some brother as to the Buddha, or the truth, or the path, or the
He sat down to eat breakfast under the shade of a large tree called from that day the sacred "Bo tree," or tree of wisdom. Continuing The Foundation
This series has seven easy 5 minute installments. This first installment: Buddha Learns Hindi Philosophy. Introduction Gautama Buddha left behind