Indian History

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Gautama Buddha

Gautam Buddha or Siddhartha was born in 563 B.C at Lumbini (a grove of sal tree).

Lumbini was very near to sakya capital Kapilavastu.

His father Suddodhana was a king of Sakya.

Mother Mahamaya was died when he was a child.

He was brought up by his step mother prajapathi Gauthami.

His wife was yashodhara. His son was Rahul.

His horse name as Kantaka and charioteer name was channa.

His teacher of meditation was Alarakama.

Goutham Budha was died at the age of 80 in 483 B.C at kushinagar in Uttar Pradesh.

It is called Mahaparinirvanam.