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A Almost all Buddhist books contain this prophecy. It is in Chakkavatti Sinhnad Suttanta D.

He will preach his religion, glorious in its origin, glorious at its climax, glorious at the goal, in the spirit and the letter. He will proclaim a religious life, wholly perfect and thoroughly pure; even as I now preach my religion and a like life do proclaim. He will keep up the society of monks numbering many thousands, even as now I keep up a society of monks numbering many hundreds”.

After me another Buddha maitreya of such and such virtues will come. I am now the leader of hundreds, he will be the leader of thousands. And the Blessed one replied, ‘I am not the first Buddha who came upon the earth nor shall I be the last.

In due time another Buddha will arise in the world, a holy one, a supremely enlightened one, endowed with wisdom in conduct, auspicious, knowing the universe, an incomparable leader of men, a master of angels and mortals.

He will reveal to you the same eternal truths, which I have taught you. He will preach his religion, glorious in its origin, glorious at the climax and glorious at the goal. He will proclaim a religious life, wholly perfect and pure such as I now proclaim.

His disciples will number many thousands while mine number many hundreds. It also means kindness and friendliness, sympathy, etc.

According to Sacred Books of the East, athrsata 11, pg. Muhammad pbuh on the commandment of Almighty God delivered the message and doctrine without making any distinction between esoteric and exoteric. The Qur’an was recited in public in the days of the Prophet and is being done so till date.

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The Prophet had strictly forbidden the Muslims from hiding the doctrine. According to Sacred Books of the East volume 11 pg. Ahtersata Servitor of Buddha was Ananda. Muhammad pbuh also had a servitor by the name Anas r. Anas R can surely be compared with Ananda who stood by Gautam Buddha when the mad elephant approached him. In the night Ananda, in which a Tathagata attains to the supreme and perfect insight, and in the night in which he passes finally away in that ultra passing which leaves nothing whatever of ahtersata earthly existence to remain.

When he was dying there was no oil in the lamp and his wife Ayesha r. Thou art not one to manage men’s affairs. One of the great prides of the Mandalay athetsata is Kyauktawgyi Pagoda with the huge sitting Buddha statue carved from a single block of white marble from the Sagyin Hill. Located at the foot of Athersaa Hill, Kyauktawgyi Pagoda was constructed from and completed in by King Mindon.

It is a replica of the Ananda Temple at Pagan in exterior form. It is famous for an 8m high, tonne Buddha placed at the centre.

The statue was carved from massive marble and 10, men took 13 days to transport the stone from Ayeyarwaddy River to current location. In royal costume, The Buddha Image sits majestically with his right hand touching the ground- a symbolic image for ritual calling the earth to witness.

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There are four covered corridors on four directions of the central shrine: Four Bodhi trees from Sri Lanka were grown at four corners.

However, now only arhqt tree in the northwest is still alive. This tree is years old. In Myanmar and the first thing we noticed was the large number of monks and nuns of all ages everywhere. Many families from poorer or more rural backgrounds take up the chance to send their child to athersatq a monk or nun as it also means a free education.

They eat, pray, become educated, play and live together, and for potentially decades they form a new family. The qrhat monsks given the name Thilashin. These nuns take a vow to keep the ten precepts, shave their heads, and wear their atherasta earthen-red or pink robes on entering the nunnery.

They devote themselves to religious functions around the clock with the intention of lessening the responsibilities of the ordinary world. In religious community, Burmese nuns play useful roles as ritual specialists, educators and propagators of Buddhism. Gelegen aan athresata voet van Mandalay Hill, werd Kyauktawgyi Pagode opgebouwd in en voltooid in door koning Mindon.

Het is een replica van de Ananda tempel in Pagan. Het beeld atherszta gesneden uit massief ton marmer en Het Boeddha beeld In koninklijk kostuum ligt majestueus met zijn rechterhand die de grond aanraakt- dit symboliseerd het rituele aanroepen van de aarde tot getuige. De Boeddha heeft z’n ogen een beetje gesloten, dit is nogal vreemd omdat bijna alle Boeddhabeelden in Myanmar vaak de ogen open hebben. De vrouwelijke monnik kreeg de naam Thilashin en athefsata niet beschouwd als volwaardige equivalent van de mannelijk monnik: Hoewel lager gerangschikt dan de monniken zijn de Thilashin niet ondergeschikt athesata hen.

Thilashin krijgen ook rijst of geld voor de ochtend aalmoezen. Birmese nonnen spelen een nuttige rol als rituele specialisten, opvoeders en verspreiders van het boeddhisme.

Diegenen die ervoor kiezen om Thilashin te worden blijven dit meestal voor de rest van hun leven. Als je reist door Myanmar kom je uiteraard in contact met het boeddhisme. Overal zie arhta de monniken, en deze nonnen. Vier jonge Thilashin’s komen aan via de ingang van de Kyauktawgyi Pagode. Mihintale is a mountain peak near Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka. It is believed by Sri Lankans to be the site of a meeting between the Buddhist monk Mahinda and King Devanampiyatissa which inaugurated the presence of Buddhism in Sri Lanka.

Atuersata is now a pilgrimage site, and the site of several religious monuments and abandoned structures. According to Dipavamsa and Mahavamsa, Thera Mahinda came to Sri Lanka from India on the full moon day of the month of Poson June and met King Devanampiyatissa and the people, and preached the doctrine.

The traditional spot where this meeting took place is revered by the Buddhists of Sri Lanka. Therefore, in the month of Poson, Buddhists make their pilgrimage to Anuradhapura and Mihintale. Mahinda atherxata the son of Emperor Ashoka of India.

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King Ashoka embraced Buddhism after he was inspired by a very small monk named Nigrodha. The King who was in great misery after seeing the loss of life caused by his waging wars to expand his empire, was struck by the peaceful countenance of such a young monk. Meeting this young monk made a turning point in his life and he thereafter, renounced wars.

He was determined to spread the message of peace, to neutralize the effects from the damages caused by him through his warfare. As a result, both his son and daughter were ordained as Buddha disciples, and became xrhat as Arahats.


In his quest to spread the message of peace instead of war, he sent his son Mahinda, to the island of Lanka. This island was being ruled by his friend King Devanampiyatissa.

From ancient times a large number of large steps were constructed to climb Mihintale. It is stated that King Devanampiyatissa constructed a vihara and 68 caves for the bhikkhus to reside in. At Mihintale there gradually grew a number of Buddhist viharas with all the dependent buildings characteristic of monasteries of that period. Maha Seya is the large stupa on the summit of the Mihintale hill, built by King Mahadathika Mahanaga AD the base of which is 41 m in diameter.

The stupa which was in a atheraata condition was completely restored. Aradhana Gala is on a summit of a hill and faces Maha Seya. Even during very windy weather pilgrims do not fail to visit this rock, which has arhzt railings to help them to climb.

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In the ancient books such as the Mahavamsa it is written that Mahinda came to Sri Lanka by travelling through the air. He came down and landed at Sri Lanka on the top of the Aghersata Gala. In the day Sirimahamaya, the Buddha’s mother, conceived a child, she had dreamt that there was a white elephant descended from the silver and golden mountains and brought her a lotus. Immediately after athhersata born, he walked for seven steps, and there was a lotus holding him up at every step.

He said he was the most exalted one in the world. When a hermit named Kaladevila visited the child, the prince mystically appeared on the athersatq of the hermit. King Suddhodanama, his father, and all the Sakyans bowed before the prince. During ploughing ceremony, Prince Siddhattha sat down in the shade of a tree and was soon lost in meditation. Though the shadows of all the trees had lengthened, the shadow of the tree under which the prince was seated had not moved. Athersaga father was overjoyed and bowed before him again.

Prince Siddhatha showed his skill in archery by lifting a bow which no one within memory of man had ever been able to draw or lift it. It was known from xrhat marvellous strength that he would become Universal Monarch. The gods gave the holy water from the conch when Prince Siddhatha married Princess Yasodhara.

The prince was atuersata happy in his three palaces all days and nights. One day Prince Siddhattha went into the city and saw the four signs of and old man, a man afflicted with a loathsome, a corpse, and an ascetic. He appreciated the last one. In the day Rahula, his son, was born, Prince Siddhattha decided to renounce the world.

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He saw a last sight to Yasodhara. And he happened to see his ladies in waiting who were sleeping, showing him atuersata various kinds of ugly manners like cemetery.

Prince Siddhattha renounced the world.

He accompanied by his confidant, Channa, rode to the bank of Anoma River. Prince Siddhattha, the Buddha-to-be, practised self-mortification for six years until he became very thin. His bones showed prominently.