What Country Did Buddhism Start in?

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Buddhism started in Nepal, with the birth of Buddha Siddhartha Gautama, in Lumbini. He set on a journey of teaching people about the path to enlightenment claiming that it would liberate them from the cycle of life and death. After a period of time, Buddhism spread to several countries of the world, which resulted in development of the religion.
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Buddhism is said to have began in India. The religion is currently spread in India, China, Korea, Japan and south east Asia. It was founded by Siddhartha Gautama as an offspring of Hinduism.
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