Life Story of Buddha with Teachings, Quotes & Buddhism
Life Story Of Buddha
Following Ram and Krishna, in Hindu religion, Buddha is regarded as ninth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. That is obviously a real honour, even though this religion (Buddhism) can not been seen in that way. This religion (Buddhism) in fact have no believe in Gods and sees Lord Buddha as the incarnation of a realized being. So the Various forms of Buddha are prayed and followed by the followers of this religion in Buddhism in the very similar ways that are used to worship Hindu gods by Hindu.
The first example is the Amithaba Buddha which can be seen as the main bodhisattva form of fire element which is red in colour, which is already symbolized by the deity and according deities, called the 'Lotus Family'. In the fire element, the red color symbolizes the western region of universe and for its symbol it has the lotus or nectar vase. The lotus and nectar vase, stands for purity of all activities which is filled with subtle life energy, it also symbolizes the immense power of the fire element. The Amithaba Buddha symbolises wisdom and essential equality between humans. The Amithaba Buddha is a form of Buddha that represents infinite red and pure form of light. Buddha is the ultimate form and quality of the enlightened speech of all Buddha's. The principle representative of the blessful and pure land of West is only the Amithaba Buddha.
The Teachings of Buddha Buddhism can be powerfully demonstrates the life of Lord Budhha which is an intriguing story :
An Aryan tribe called Shakyas was living at 'Kapilavastu' which is a state between the Himalayas and benaras, in 5th century BC. Those people mainly depends on rice and simple food for there living and majority of the people were living there as a farmer. Raja ( The King ) of the Shakyas at that time was Suddhodana who was married to two daughters of the raja ( The King ) in their neighbor tribe, the 'Koliyans'.
Buddha's conception was miraculous and phenomenal. Mahamaya the elder wife the King, she was translated by devas ( Gods ) of four directions to the Himalayas in a dream. Then there she was bathed and ritually purified to make her body as well as her soul pure. Coming from North the Bodysattva appeared, in form of a white elephant that white colour represents the peace of the universe. And when Buddha entered in his mother's womb, the trees and herbs burst into flower and untouched music started to play beautiful music and many more great wonders took place at that time.
Popular Sayings or Quotes By Gautama Buddha
You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.
Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.
Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.