To be a Buddha for both Hindu and Buddhist religions, it is to be a religion. Buddha is the soul of this India Knowing Buddha will also be known as India. Buddha has to know that religion should know that religion should be known. Gautam Buddha, with the help of pleasures and facilities, left him in the path of becoming a Buddha from Lord Gautam. He gained knowledge in life and divided it into all human beings Lord Buddha, who depicts the path of truth and non-violence, is considered to be the leader in spiritual spiritual figures. There are millions of people around the world, including those who believe in eight principles of Lord Buddha
The Buddha was born as Siddhartha Gautama in 563 BC. He was an actual historical figure, a princess of the Shakalyas, the people of a small state bordering India and Nepal. He lived in a time of prosperity and social up heal. At the age of sixteen, Siddhratha married a beautiful woman and the had a son. The turning point in his life came when Siddhartha was twenty-nine and he ventured out of the palace grounds. He was caught by the suffering of the world (old age, sickness and death), left his wife, and riches to become a wandering ascetic in the search for enlightenment. He wandered to many places and finally reached the age of thirty-five he arrived at Bodh Gaya, where he sat down a tree. He swore that he never found enlightenment After forty-nine days of solitary meditation, he attained nirvana, the state of permanence. He has become the Buddha “One who is fully Awake.”
The main celebrations of Buddha’s birthplace in Bodh Gaya On this day, large number of Buddhist devotees from all over the world assembles to pay their respectful homage to Lord Buddha. Apart from decorating the temple and area around with colorful Buddhist flags, the morning prayer, colorful procession of the monks, worship with large offerings, distribution of sweets and snacks takes place.
In other places Prayers, sermons and non-stop recitations of Buddhist scriptures resonate in monasteries, religious halls and homes. On this day People offer incense, flowers, candles and fruits to the statue of Lord Buddha. They spend their entire day listening to discourses on the life and teachings of the Buddha.