The Buddha, also known as Siddhartha Gautama, was born around 2,500 years ago in Nepal. His teachings and understanding of the world around him are widely accepted as the foundations of Buddhism.
What does Siddhartha mean?
When Siddhartha left the palace, what did he see?
The Threefold Way
The Noble Eightfold Path
The Four Sights
Who showed Siddhartha the world outside the palace?
What did Siddhartha live as when he left the palace to understand suffering?
A holy man
What is the name of the community of monks founded by the Buddha?
Which word refers to the concept of ‘no soul’?
The story of Nagasena and the Chariot explains which one of the Three Marks of Existence?
Which word means there can be an end to suffering?
Which word means the truth about existence?
Which one of these is not one of the Three Poisons?