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hindu and buddisam

buddisam a religion found in India by Siddhartha Gautama teaches that the most important thing in life is to end suffering
four noble truths what budda believed caused suffering and what would end suffering
nirvana a state of happiness or peace
what is a monk a man who gives everything he owns up and devotes his life to religon
what is the budda? after Siddhartha Gautama began teaching ,he became known as the "Enlightened One"
what is Hinduism world oldest religion 3rd largest religion ,developed in the faith of aryans
vedas is sacred writing
what is brahman universal spirit worshiped by Hindus
what does reincarnation mean rebirth of the soul
what is moksha reaching ultimate peace after the soul has been reincarnated
what is karma a persons good or bad acts that determinate their rebirth
what is dharma a persons personal duty ,based on the individual's place in society
what are the 4 noble truths 1.life is full of suffering 2people suffer because desire thing that they want 3.way to end suffering is to stop wanting things 4. the only way to stop wanting things is to follow the 8fold path
what are the 3 deities Brahma-the creator vishnu-the preserver sheva- the distroyer
Siddhartha gautama he founded buddisam
where do most buddists live? south east Asia and east asia
the eight fold path the steps budda believed one needed to take to the end to end suffering
Created by: dindin17