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The Teachings of Buddha

Buddha was the most psychological of history's noted spiritual teachers. When asked about the existence and character of God, he replied that he did not concern himself with that question, but that the nature of suffering and how to decrease it, in this life, was the essence of his teachings. How to make this life a good and satisfying one, beneficial to ourselves and others. We could as well call it ethics, or a psychological system. But psychology did not exist in his day, and religion was the available vehicle for transmitting his teachings. Enlightenment, liberation, or awakening. ."Buddha" means "The enlightened one" or depending on your translation "the liberated one.""A Buddha is a human being with sufficient determination and resolves to have traversed the path to become enlightened. There have been numerous buddhas, but only one Gautama Buddha of Kapilavastu, who is known as the Buddha. His description of himself: I am an ordinary huma…
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Congress frequently finds itself at odds with India's second political party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, the home of right-wing, conservative Indian nationalists.
Roughly speaking, Congress may be considered India's "Labour Party" and BJP its "Conservative Party" (or, in American terms, Congress are the "Democrats" and BJP are the "Republicans" of India).
The BJP has a very interesting history --- officially formed in 1980, its history can be traced much further back to the pre-1947 era when Hindu nationalists not only demanded an independent India but one completely dominated by Hindus.
The current BJP is the successor of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS) party, which itself was the political arm of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a group that espou…