Lord Buddha - Animated Movie - Maya's Dream

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Buy the DVD at: http://www.superaudio.in/animation-stories-dvds-lord-buddha-dvd-p-4555.html Animated Stories in English. The calm and compassions face of the Buddha is known all over the world. Buddha was a spiritual teacher of ancient India whose great ideas on freeing mankind from sorrow and suffering form the basis of Buddhism. Buddha was born in the sixth century B.C into a royal family. Known as Siddhartha, he realized that human life was short and full of sadness. He found out a path to Enlightenment and spiritual fulfillment. He was then known as the distances teaching people about the MIDDLE PATH, the way to end to suffering. He taught the four Noble Truths of suffering, cause of suffering, end of suffering, and the Path to do that Buddhism offers hope and access to spiritual understanding and satisfaction to everybody. Throughout the world today, people still follow the teaching of the Buddha. 1. Queen Mahamaya gives birth to a child who walks immediately and says that this is his last birth. Sage A sita predicts the future of the child Siddhartha. 2. An incident between Siddhartha and his cousin Devadatta brings out the former's compassionate nature. 3. Siddhartha wins the hand of Yashodhara. 4. Siddhartha encounters four unexpected sights, which make him think of a way out of the sorrowful world. 5. Siddhartha leaves the palace in search of Peace. 6. Siddhartha meditates for six long years without food and sleep but finally gives up torture of the body for a new Path. 7. Mara, the temptor, disturbs Siddhartha's meditation in many ways but is defeated. Enlightenment dawns and Siddhartha becomes the BUDDHA and teaches everyone the way to end all suffering. 8. Buddha teaches the reality of the life to a woman who loses her only son. A rude man is reformed. 9. Buddha reveals the power of love by reforming Angulimala, a terrible killer. 10. After teaching ceaselessly for forty-five years, Buddha calmly leaves this world. 

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