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When King Devandmpriya Priyadarsin had been anointed twenty years, he came himself and worshipped this spot because the Buddha Shakyamuni was born here.

He both caused to be made a stone bearing a horse? He made the village of Lummini free of taxes, and paying only an eighth share of the produce. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Relics of the Buddha. Buddhist birth-stories; Jataka tales. Perera is quite convinced that today's politicians in Sri Lanka are corrupt and are not concerned about their behaviour so long as they hold the authority through parliament. There is bound to be a debate on his line of argument in the article, in which he also refers to the Buddhist kings who were benevolent despots ruling the country, with a paternal feeling.

He concludes the article highlighting the need for everyone to "be aware of the cruel, cunning politician and make an effort to build up a new political culture where the cunning villain, the uncouth politician will have no say in moulding the nation.


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The Mahavamsa and the Pali language have come under attack, she says. Arising from someone remarking that Prince Siddhartha abandoned his wife and child to go in search of glory, she takes great pains to provide a clear answer as to whether this was so. The writer refers to the 'Naraseeha Gatha' - the verses sung by the mother to the son when Princess Yasodhara first sighted the Buddha - the then husband and father - coming to Kapilavastupura after seven years. He is now a mendicant monk.

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  • Even so, there is nothing but praise for the erstwhile husband and father in the 'gathas' - hardly the attitude of a wronged wife," Ms. After Prince Siddartha left, she was quite at home in the palace.

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    Bodinagoda goes further and points out that the Princess did nothing to try and get Prince Siddhartha back when she knew about his renunciation. She also refused all the suitors who made a claim to take her hand when Prince Siddartha's renunciation became common knowledge. Sylwia Tur rated it it was amazing Dec 04, Maarten Degryse rated it it was amazing May 25, Aliz Vanilia marked it as to-read Dec 22, BSMania added it Aug 22, Iris Wolf marked it as to-read Jun 05, Chelsea marked it as to-read Aug 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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