In the day of Vaishakha-Purnima, Kapilavastu's Shakya-dynasty King Sudodan and Mahishya Mahamaya's son Siddhartha Gautam (Sanskrit and Hindi: Siddhartha Gautam Jhara 563 BC - 487 BC) was born under the year of Vaishakh-Purnima, under a year-tree located in the park of Lumbini. When his mother was going to meet his parents, his mother goddess was going.
Immediately after the son-birth, Mahamaya returned to Kapilavastu. After receiving information about the birth of the child from the Tavans Devas, Guru's grandfather, Sihanu's Guru, and Rajpurohit immediately came to Kapilvastost. Raise the baby in his lap or as soon as the baby is seen closely, his eyes first glow happily but then drowns in tears.
When asked by reason of King Sudhodan, he said, "This child is going to be Buddha, so I am happy, but sadness is that I will not be able to survive till the infant's intellectualization."
On the fifth day of birth of the baby, one hundred and eight astrologers were invited on the occasion of their naming, which included eight extraordinary astrologers. Six of those eight: Ram, Dhaj, Lakhan, Manti, Bhoj and Sudanat had predicted that this child would be either a Chakravarti emperor or a Buddha.. But the youngest of the astrologer's anguish was that the baby would definitely become a Buddha.
The baby was named Siddhartha Gautama. Siddhartha's mother died on the seventh day, and after the care of her husband, her grandmother took the responsibility (she was also a queen of Sudhodan; and her marriage was also performed on the same day on the day of Mahamaya).
At the age of sixteen, Siddhartha showed his amazing war skills at a meeting of Shakyas. According to Sarabhad Jatak, he had shown his duty to lift a bow, which could not be raised by thousands of people. The legend is that he was pleased with forty-thousand Shakya-Kanya, who was pleased with his bravery, in which the princess of Suddhuddha, Bimba, became his chief queen, who later became famous in Buddhist literature by the name of Rahulamata. Zbra Bimba is known only as Siddhaka and Yashodhara. After attaining the Raj-Vaibhav for more than twenty-nine years, Siddhartha was liberated from the world and became oriented towards Sannyas.
It is said that once he saw a patient and felt that everyone who is born is suffering from diseases and ailments. Then he saw an old man from this it was known to them that everyone who is born, even in old age, is also old, so his hands and feet become loosened and shabby. Then when he saw a dead, it was found that everyone who is born one day is dead and leaves his world and mortal body, then things of all pleasures, amenities and splendor becomes futile. So world is immaterial. Ultimately, when he was abandoning the glory and exploring the truth, he also discarded worldly life and renounced his house by adopting sanyas.
Shakya Koli and Malla crossed the states and as a monk, they started wandering in places like Rajgir etc. In this sequence, he made Akkar-Kakam and Uddh Ram Puth as his Guru. But they were not satisfied with their philosophy and thought. Therefore, they reached Seningram of Uruveka and after six years, with the help of five monks, hard austerity. The unimaginable fasting of the two paths, the unauthorized ones, were motivated to take ordinary food again, so that their five monk-friends were sad, leaving them with them, leaving the Siddhant's mishap at Migdath.
The desire to take Siddhartha's simple meal, a girl named Sujata completed her kheer in the gold bowl. That day was of Vaishak Poornima. Gautam bathing in the Nirjajra river and eating it and then left katori in the river. Who had reached the residence of the drowning Nagraj era.
After spending all day in the year-long, they went under the tree of Peepal in the evening. At the same time, a dagger named Sothi gave him eight-fist grass. He placed the grass on the east side and made his seat. Then sitting on it, he pledged that he would not rise from there until he obtained the Bodhi. Mahabharam and all the Gods appear in front of him with the glory of his promise and praise him.
But their stubborn (devil) attacked them. The fear of which all the gods stood away from there. Only ten of them have been protected by the killers. After these Bodhisattas had become Bodhisattva, these Paramis were acquired in the order of the difficult struggle of five hundred and fifty births. (Parmi Ten are - Dan, Shil, Nekhamma or Naokram) Pragya, Semen, Khanti (or patience), Truth, Establishment, Matta (or Maitreya) and Negative (or equality) or Non-attachment
Lean Gautam went to his former births in the first night of the night; In the second watch, the divine eye was found, the knowledge of the familiar message in the third quarter and finally the revelation was achieved. From the knowledge that he became "Pachaq (Buddha) Buddha." He kept himself under the same Bodhi tree for the first seven days, with the pleasant meditation of the principle of the supreme masterpiece.
The second week he spent under the tree of Ajpal Nigodha where his gift was from a proud Brahmin and where he had defeated the three daughters of Mara. (Those daughters were named Trishna, Arati and Raga.) For the third week, they had spent sitting under the funerals of Nagraj Muchilind in the Muchlind pond. During the fourth week, he was sitting under the Rajayatan tree, where he taught his disciples to see Tapus and Mallika without any permission.
After that on the insistence of Brahma Swamapati, he decided to do Dhammachkak-Pantatan for the upliftment of the suffering human. With the promise of the upliftment of others, he is called Sabbunu (omniscient) Buddha. Then he found his five ascetic friends eligible for the enforcement of his Dhamma Deshna which was living in the Mithaiya area of Varanasi during those days.The significance of this Dhamma-chakra innovation is depicted in the Ashoka-Era Sarnath column, which is today the official symbol of the Indian Republic. The four-headed lion pillar appears to be gnawing in every direction even today, the lion's voice of Buddha's Dhamma or Deshdaya. Again, in the lion pillar, the chakra which is known as Ashoka-Chakra, which today flows with great pride on the Indian national flag, is a symbol of the Dharma-Chakra.