What is Buddhism

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Is Buddhism a Religion?

If you move to the past activity related to Buddhism, it is taken as the path of practice and spiritual development to insight into the true nature of reality. This is also a definition given by the thebuddhistcentre.com. Therefore, Buddhism was more likely about learning, developing spirituality, and practice various activities such as meditation, Being aware, wisdom and Kindness to understand the world better. With time and different reforms, Buddhism is explained as a religion and is counted as a fourth-ranked religion based on population in the world. However, many Buddhism Gurus explained Buddhism; rather than taking it as a religion, it should be taken as the path that every religion can follow and understand the path and develop spirituality.

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There are roughly 4200 religions found in the world and Buddhism is known as the fourth largest religion mainly followed in Asian countries such as Nepal, Bhutan, China, Tibet-China, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and More. Reading this article you will able to find out-
what is Buddhism and is Buddhism a Religion, Who is Known as the Founder of Buddhism? Was there Buddhism before the birth of Buddha and more.

What is Buddhism

Buddhism is a path- learning path which is developed based on self-learning “Way of Life.” Practically Buddhism is not a religion but the path of learning. Many people at present argue Buddhism as a “Religion.” Thousands of years ago, Lord Siddhartha Gautam (Gautam Buddha) taught his path as “Way of Life” which later mistook as a religion.

Founder of Buddhism

Lord Siddhartha Gautam (Gautam Buddha) is known as the founder of Buddhism. However, before Lord Gautam Buddha, there were various Buddhas but due to his high contribution of teaching his path to the world, Gautam Buddha is known as the founder of Buddhism.

What are Buddhism Beliefs

We are living in the same world that Lord Gautam Buddha was born and left us explaining the meaning of true life. The time might have changed but not the truth. According to Buddhism, there is four main noble truth, that every Buddhism follow and is applied for all being in the world.

The four Buddha’s noble Truth

  1. The noble truth of suffering
  2. The noble truth of the cause of suffering
  3. The noble truth of the cessation of suffering
  4. The noble truth of the way to the cessation of suffering

To know more clear about Buddha’s fourth noble truth- visit tsemrinpoche.com has explained in more detail.

References:

tsemrinpoche, (2013). The four noble truths. Retrieved from: https://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/external-article/the-four-noble-truths-2?gclid=Cj0KCQiAtrnuBRDXARIsABiN-7BjAsDOP1l8-mHBlu18khGBUtUoZ1LvMVCaNxDWyMWVpMLtYlNLUkEaAjvzEALw_wcB

The Buddhist Centre, (n d). What is Buddhism? Retrieved from: https://thebuddhistcentre.com/buddhism

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