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Chapter 16 Vocab

Just vocab words for Chapter 16: Intro to Buddhism.

TermDefinition
Buddha a sage on whose teachings Buddhism was founded. Also known as the -Awakened one- .
Siddhartha Gautama A prince who went through a journey to find happiness, eventually becoming the first Buddha.
Enlightenment When someone becomes the Buddha, they must first become enlightened, which means they found the middle way.
Nepal Nepal is where the religion of Buddhism started
Buddhism A religion founded on the teachings of Buddha, and answering the question of happiness, and how to achieve it.
non-theism belief in no gods, but in a central feature or spirit. They recognize that there is a central force encompassed in a figure, but do not worship or believe in it exactly. They worship the idea of the religion, such as the religion of Buddhism.
Dharma ones duties and roles in life. There is no caste system in Buddhism, so it is not based on social status.
Ashoka
Meditation
Eightfold path
Created by: tshu31