Buddhism & Hinduism
~Buddhism started by so many people meditated because of "Buddha".
~Buddhism started with the birth of Buddha
~Buddhism is neither monotheistic nor polytheistic, there is no personal god in the Buddhism religion
~Buddhism started with the origin to Siddhartha Gautama
~Started in Northern India around the 5th Century
The Babys Flesh
A young couple and their two-year-old child were trying to cross the desert, and they ran out of food. After deep reelection, they realized that in order to survive they had to kill their son and eat his flesh. They calculated that if they ate such and such a proportion of their baby's flesh and carried the rest on their shoulder to dry, it would last the rest of their journey. But with every morsel of their baby's flesh they ate, the young couple cried and cried. After he told this story, the Buddha asked, "Dear friends, do you think the young couple enjoyed eating their son's flesh?" "No, Lord, it would not be possible for them to enjoy eating their son's flesh." The Buddha said, "Yet many people eat the flesh of their parents, their children, and their grandchildren and do not know it."
There are many different types and sizes of Buddha. But This Buddha is the most common.
The Start Of Buddhism was at a young age, preferably age 5. When the child was receiving their orange meditating suit they would have to shave their heads to respect the Buddha.
Meditating was done in very large groups of only men, women stayed home and cared for the house, children etc.
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Your probably wondering why this man has an elephant trunk right ? Well people have these trunks to look like an elephant because of the importance of elephants in this religion
In this religion women are not allowed to show a lot of their skin, that is why they have the wraps on them
Women wore head pieces to show their respect to their god