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Buddhism is an ancient and one of the most followed religions in the world, which has its roots in India. Buddhism very simply gets its name from the Buddha, or the enlightened one. Buddhism is at least 2500 years old and the man now known and revered as the Buddha was born a prince, Siddhartha Gautama. This prince was to inherit and rule a region that now lies in Southern Nepal when growing discontent with his comfortable life and needing answers to many of life’s questions caused him to abandon all the material trappings of his life. Shielded from the harsh realities outside the palace walls, the prince escaped with his charioteer often and saw his people, some of whom were old and sick and he even saw a corpse. The charioteer then showed him an ascetic who had renounced the world and was therefore free of the fear of suffering and of death. This changed his outlook and he himself left his comfortable world and after days of meditation in Bodhgaya under a Bodhi tree understood the true path to spiritual enlightenment. . .MORE

Buddhist Scriptures

Buddhism has deep roots in India and this ancient religion is spread across many religious sites in India and across most of the Far East...MORE

Buddhist Sites in India

Religion and spirituality have always been an integral part of India value system. India is a secular nation home to many religions...MORE

Buddhist Tour Destinations

As India is the birthplace of Buddhism, anyone interested in this religion must first visit the sacred sites that played...MORE

Principles of Buddhism

Buddhism is a religion that was born in India by one known as the enlightened one, the Buddha. Attaining the path to this...MORE

Festivals in Buddhism

Buddhism is a major religion in India and there are many sacred spots related directly to the Buddha that draw people from across...MORE

Various Symbols in Buddhism

Looking on the face of the Buddha on a statue or a painting, one is always struck by the sense of peace and tranquility that is apparent...MORE