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What Buddha’s called Siddhartha Gotoma (given and family name) Sakyamuni (sage of the Sakya clan) Tathagatha (Title: The Perfect One) Buddha (Awakened/Enlightened One) Gotoma Buddha (Variation) Gautama Buddha (Variation) The Three Components of Buddhism Dhamma (The law)

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what buddha s called
What Buddha’s called
  • Siddhartha Gotoma (given and family name)
  • Sakyamuni (sage of the Sakya clan)
  • Tathagatha (Title: The Perfect One)
  • Buddha (Awakened/Enlightened One)
  • Gotoma Buddha (Variation)
  • Gautama Buddha (Variation)
the three components of buddhism
The Three Components of Buddhism
  • Dhamma (The law)
  • Buddha (The Buddha)
  • Sangha (The Priesthood)
the four nobletruths
The Four NobleTruths
  • Life is Suffering
  • Suffering comes from desire
  • The cessation of suffering is possible by striving toward nirvana
  • The way toward nirvana is the Noble Eightfold Path
the noble eight fold path
The Noble Eight Fold Path
  • Right speech
  • Right action
  • Right livlihood
  • Right Effort
  • Mindfulness
  • Concentration
  • Right understanding
  • Right Resolve
what we ll not cover
What we’ll not cover
  • The various branches of Buddhism, like Mahayana, Zen, and Theravada.
  • The history of the spread of Buddhism.
  • Demography
  • Etc.
the eight auspicious symbols
Parasol =

Fish =

Vase =

Lotus =

Conch Shell =

Endless Knot =

Banner =

Wheel =

Prosperity

Love

Wisdom

Purity

Voice of Buddha

Friendship

Peace

Unity

The Eight Auspicious Symbols
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