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  1. Three dimensions of how Buddhism is received in the West as a psychological and ethical system are outlined, based on the connection between mental balance and ethical behaviour in the Buddhist sys.
  2. Buddha - Rajaon Ka Raja (titled as Buddha - The King of Kings) is a historical drama on Zee TV and Doordarshan, produced by Bhupendra Kumar Modi, under the banner Spice cebakenalapodermasslecthurlmoldburg.coinfo creative producer of the show is Shetall Siingh. The show first aired on Sunday, 8 September at am on Zee TV and Doordarshan.
  3. *Reception by the Sakyas* -- 4. *Last attempt to make Him a Householder* -- 5. *The Buddha's answer* -- 6. *The Minister's reply* -- 7. *The Buddha's Determination* § 1. Suddhodana and the Last Look. 1. After the conversion of Sariputta and Moggallana, the Lord stayed in Rajagraha for two months. 2.
  4. Here, an event reminds the Buddha of an event in a past life. He relates that story in order to illustrate a moral maxim, and, returning to the present, he identifies various members of his audience as the present incarnations of characters in his past-life tale, with himself as the main character.
  5. During a reception of Buddha by his royal father in his hometown, the other Sakya princes were instructed to worship him, which they were reluctant to do. Having read their thoughts, Buddha contrived to convince them.
  6. Jul 13,  · Buddha was a spiritual teacher in Nepal during the 6th century B.C. Born Siddhartha Gautama, his teachings serve as the foundation of the Buddhist religion.
  7. The series began in September and ended in December , as one of Tezuka's last epic manga works. Buddha received the 20Eisner Award. As of early , each volume had sold an average of 8, copies, with the first volume, Kapilavastu, having sold 20, copies.
  8. In Search of the Christian Buddhatraces the Buddha’s story from India to Persia to Jerusalem and then throughout Europe, as it was rewritten by Muslim, Jewish, and Christian authors, illustrating its unsuspected integration into European culture/5(8).

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