Do Buddhists Believe in Life after Death?


To followers of Buddhism, death is not the end of life, and a person is reborn in one of 6 realms: heaven, as human beings, Asura, as a hungry ghost, as an animal and hell.  However, none of these are permanent and one does not remain in any place indefinitely hence life does not end, but merely goes on in other forms that result in accumulated karma.
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Buddhists do not believe in life after death and they only focuses on the present life. They normally believe that there is no permanent self that moves from life to life and that's why they reincarnate in body after body.
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