Kapilavastu

Childhood home of Siddartha Gautama, the Buddha, close to his birthplace at Lumbini in Nepal, India. Kapilavastu wa...
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Kapilavastu

(from the article `Buddha`) ...of the Common Era, independent accounts of the life of the Buddha were composed. They do not recount his life from birth to death, often ending ...
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Kapilavastu

Kapilavastu (kä"piluvä'stOO) , ancient town, S Nepal. According to legend, the Buddha, whose father ruled the state of Kapilavastu, was born nearby and passed his early years there.
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Kapilavastu

Childhood home of Siddartha Gautama, the Buddha, close to his birthplace at Lumbini in Nepal, India. Kapilavastu was the capital of his father's domain as chief of the Shakya clan, and the prince lived in the palace until about the age of 29, when he left his family and life of luxury to seek an answer to the unhappiness of the world
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Kapilavastu

The nineteenth-century search for the historical site of Kapilavastu followed the accounts left by Xuanzang and Faxian. Although no conclusive evidence has been found but Archaeologists from Nepal have identified the Tilaurakot archeological site in Nepal as a possible location for Kapilavastu . It is widely accepted that the Lord Buddha spent the...
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