died of possible food poisoning
on c. 483 B.C.
Buddha ("the awakened") was the title given to Siddhartha Gautama, the son of a Nepalese rajah. According to tradition, Guatama left a life of luxury at age 30 and devoted himself to years of contemplation and self-denial, finally reaching enli...
Gautama Buddha also known as Siddhārtha Gautama, Shakyamuni Buddha, or
simply the .... Various sources hold that the Buddha's mother died at his birth, a
few days or seven days later. The i...
May 15, 2001 ... During Wesak Day, we are informed that it is also the day Buddha attained
Parinibbana. But not many know how the Buddha died. Ancient texts ...
The Buddha died of old age, when he was eighty years old. The death was
triggered by his body reaction to a dish of wild mushroom. He died peacefully
Maha-parinibbana Sutta: Last Days of the Buddha Last Days of the Buddha See
the above link ... Gautama Buddha is against non-violence & harming animals
but he died eating meat which was poisoned. How can this be justified?
Kushinigar is much less visited than either Bodh Gaya or Sarnath As such one
will find far fewer hotels, restaurants, and services to the pilgrim. That, however, is
P.343 Anyone who is known to take an interest in the history of Buddhism is
bound to be asked from time to time whether it is true that Buddha died of eating ...
Mar 19, 2015 ... The Buddha died near the town of Kushinagara in Northern India near the border
with Nepal. He died of food poisoning after accepting an ...
Introductory Note. Siddhartha Gautama, known as Buddha, the "Awakened," was
the son of the ruler of Cakya-land, a region lying to the northeast of Oude, ...