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Comparative Religions mmetz world history hinduism buddhism

In Hindu (& Buddhist) belief, a person's essential life. atman
In Hindu belief, the ultimate goal of existence; achieving Union with Brahmin. Also in Buddhism moksha
In Hindu (& Buddhist) belief, the rebirth of the soul in another bodily form reincarnation
In Hindu (& Buddhist) belief, all the actions that affect a person' fate in the next life. karma
In Hindu (& Buddhist) belief, an individual's religious and moral duties dharma
Belief in non-violence (Hinduism & Buddhism) ahimsa
Sacred texts of Hinduism Rig Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad-Gita
Became Buddha "Enlightened One" and founded Buddhism Siddhartha Guatama
In Buddhism, union with the universe and release from the cycle of rebirth nirvana
All life is full of suffering, suffering is caused by the desire of things, only cure for suffering is to overcome the desire, way to overcome desire is the eightfold path 4 Noble Truths
Right: view, aspirations, speech, conduct, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, contemplation Eightfold Path
Buddhism sacred text Tripitaka
The place Hinduism began and where most followers of Hinduism are presently located India
What "Enlightened One" means Buddha
In Hinduism, the single spiritual power that resides in us all Brahman
Created by: mmetz