Cause And Effect Of Buddhism

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Nepal is a land-locked country which is situated between India and China. Nepal is known as a Hindu country but it has the largest number of population of Buddhist people. Arguments regarding religion is still on but there is a freedom to choose the religion. Most of the population follow Buddhism. There are many Buddha this paper is focused on only one Buddha who is Gautam Buddha, from whom the origin of Buddha was started. People are so intensely following the Buddhism that the art related with Buddhism is so famous. They follow the Concept of Dharma, which somewhat means doing good works. Moreover, teaching of Buddha also includes cause and effect. “Guru Suvarnadvipa of Indonesia once told Atisha Dipamkara, “Until you attain freedom from the delusion of ego-grasping, follow the Law of Cause and Effect.”” (Shakya, 23). In other parts of the world as well people follow the concept of Cause and effect, so it is not a new concept. This cause and effect is derived from the key word “Karma” “((in Hinduism and Buddhism) the sum of a person 's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences)”. (The Iconography of Nepalese Buddhism)
There are many famous monasteries, Gumbas (Buddhist temple) in Nepal. Among them Swyambhunath and Baudanath are the most famous and regarded as the most scared one. There is a myth about the formation of swyambhunath, which says that it was formed by itself no one made it. Many people visit those

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