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Updated: 1/10/2020
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  • How Buddhism Spread
  • One day a king in India wanted his son Siddhartha to not see the suffering outside of palace. He want his son to have a good life, so made his son stay in the palace.
  • One day Siddhartha went outside of the palace. When he was outside he saw sick, old, and dead people. He felt sorry for them.
  • Siddartha went out in where there was a lot of grass to meditate. Then he understand the people he saw and that is how he becomes the Buddha. This is when he reached the state of nirvana.
  • It spread throughout China to South East Asia.
  • It spreaded because an India king named Ashoka did Buddhism and he sent monks and nuns to spread the pratice world wide.
  • Buddhism taught that the Middle Way was moderation, the 4 Noble Truths was truth of suffering and the Eightfold Path was doing the right thing. Buddhism and Hinduism connected because they believed in Karma, Dharma, and reincarnation.
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