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Interesting facts
Interesting Facts

  • Buddhism is a nontheistic Religion

  • Buddhism is the 4th Largest Religion of the world which comes after Christianity, Islam and


  • Gautama Buddha is being considered as the founder of the Buddhism.

  • Foundation Place of the Buddhism is identified as the North East Part of India.

  • There are 3 important texts of the Buddhism namely SuttaPitaka, VinayaPitaka and



  • According to the teachings of the Buddha, purpose of life should be to get oneself free from the suffering.

  • The Full moon day is considered as the sacred day in Buddhism Religion.

  • Buddha Purnima, marks as the day of birth and death of Buddha.

  • Buddha Purnima, is also marked by the enlightenment day of the Buddha.

  • The Enlightenment of Buddha is known as the Nirvana while the death is termed as the Parinirvana.


Interesting numbers
Interesting numbers should be to get oneself free from the suffering.

  • Buddhism was founded in the 6th Century.

  • Buddhism is the 4th largest religion of the world.

  • There are 3 Jewels of the Buddhism and these are Buddha, Dharma and Sangha

  • There are 4 noble truths in Buddhism.

  • There are 3 types of actions; one is the action of the mind, the speech and the body


  • There are 3 types of actions; one is the action of the mind, the speech and the body

  • The eightfold path to end the sufferings.

  • The 3 vehicles which are Hinayana, Mahayana and Tantrayana.

  • There are 3 marks of the Existence which are Impermanence, Suffering and Not- self.

  • There are 12 different sources of the sufferings


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