Siddartha Gautama an Indian prince was kept in a palace all his life because of his father. He only had one friend from outside the palace. One day Siddartha and his friend decided to go beyond the palace wall and into the outside world.
When Siddartha went outside he saw an old man, a sick man, a dead man, and a holy man. When Siddartha returned to his palace he realized that the world was suffering, so he became a priest to find the answers to life.
One day he sat under the Budhi tree to meditate. He fell deeply into meditation to where he didn't move from his spot for days. During his meditation he was able to find the answers he was looking for and achieved enlightenment, becoming the Buddha.
Saddartha, an Indian prince, was kept in a palace his whole life because of a prophecy about him. He had only one friend that was from outside the palace. One day Saddartha and his friend decided to go see the outside world for the first. On this visit Saddartha saw an old man, a sick man, a dead man, and a holy man, also known as the four sights. When Saddartha was done with the visit he realized the world was suffering, so he became a priest. Saddartha wanted to find the answers to life. When Hinduism, an Indian religion, didn't help him find the answers he was looking for he increased his efforts. He put himself through intense measures, like starvation because he thought it would help him. He would teach his learning to a small group of disciples. After years of practices Saddartha realized his efforts weren't working, so he stopped starving himself, and other extremism things he did. When his disciples heard of this they left him. Saddartha still continued his studies and meditation. One day Saddartha sat under the Budhi tree to meditate. Quickly he fell into a deep meditation to the point where he didn't move for days. During this time Saddartha was able to find the answers that he had spent years looking for. When his meditation was over Saddartha achieved enlightenment. He became the Buddha, which means enlightened/awakened one. He then started the religion known as Buddhism. The Hindu god Brahma, who is believed to be the king of gods, told Saddartha to teach his methods/discovery. Saddartha spent the rest of his years teaching Buddhism, which unlike Hinduism accepted everyone, even outcasts.