Bodhi

(from the article `India`) ...were the successors in the Nashik area. The Iksvakus succeeded in the Krishna-Guntur region. The Cutu dynasty in Kuntala (southern Maharashtra) ...
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bodhi

(Sanskrit and Pli: `awakening,` `enlightenment`), in Buddhism, the final Enlightenment, which puts an end to the cycle of transmigration and leads ...
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Bodhi

Bodhi (Sanskrit: बोधि; and Pali) in Buddhism is the understanding possessed by a Buddha regarding the true nature of things. It is traditionally translated into English with the word enlightenment and literally means awakened. (The word `bod` means to be awake.) Bodhi is knowledge of the causal mechanism by which beings incarnate into ma.....
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Bodhi

Enlightenment; the pursuit of pure truth without any attachment. Prince Gautama, the Buddha sat under the Bodhi tree (actually a fig tree), determined to stay there until he experienced supreme enlightenment.
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BODHI

See ENLIGHTENMENT.
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bodhi

Wisdom or enlightenment.
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