Buddhism began in northern India about 2,500 years ago. Its founder was a royal prince named Siddhartha Gautauma who became known as the Buddha. He taught his followers how to overcome suffering, greed, and desire, and how to achieve "enlightenment." His teachings spread from India to Sri Lanka and then to other parts of Asia, where it has thrived down to the present day.
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I really liked the book "Buddhism" by Anita Ganeri. The first thing that I liked was that this book is part of a series called "Religions of the World." If children found this book interesting, they ... Read full review
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