Gautama Buddha, or simply known as Buddha, was a monk, mendicant, sage, and Teacher on whose teachings Buddhism was founded.
In the moment of pure enlightenment, he became the Buddha, or “he who is awake”. For the rest 80 years of his life, he traveled, preaching the Dharma, which is the name given to the teachings of the Buddha.
His effort was to lead others to and along the path of enlightenment. Buddhists live by the Five Moral Precepts, which are refraining from harming living things, taking what is not given, and sexual misconduct.
This documentary takes a look at the life of the Buddha, not much his teachings. But through his life and journey, we can understand Buddhism better.
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