World’s Largest Bronze Statue of Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Buddhism was founded in India in the 6th century B.C. by Siddhartha Gautama. He despaired of finding fulfilment on the physical level, since the body was inescapably subject to these weaknesses. Around 30 he broke from the material world and sought enlightenment. One evening as he sat beneath a banyan tree, so the story goes, he slipped into a deep meditation and emerged having achieved enlightenment. For the next 4 decades he preached his ideas until his death around 480 B.C. His title ‘Buddha’ means ‘the awakened’ or ‘the enlightened one’.
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