Websites About Buddha's Life, History and Teachings

Buddhism Links

Links to Buddha's Life

About Buddha - Includes the life of Buddha, the founder of the Buddhist religion, and his teachings.

Buddha, A Warrior Prince - The first popular fiction ever written about the Life of the Buddha. Also lunar astrology, gift items, research, humor.

Buddha and Buddhism - Describes the life of the Buddha and his teachings.

The Feeling Buddha - This page is based on a book called 'The Feeling Buddha' and describes the Buddha's path of wisdom and loving kindness as growing out of the Buddha's own experience of personal suffering.

The Gospel of Buddha - Life and teachings of Buddha. Compiled from ancient records by Paul Carus, 1894.

The Life of Buddha Gotama - Taken from "The Buddha and His Teachings", written by Venerable Narada.

Living Buddha and Salvation - Maitreya Buddha in Korea came in the world for saving human beings by Buddha Light. Two Buddhas one male and one female in the world at this time came as Maitreya Buddha.

Lord Buddha - A good source for information about the life of Buddha and about Buddhism. "If we can eradicate desire, all sorrows and pains will come to an end. We will enjoy Nirvana or eternal peace. Those who follow the Noble Eightfold Path strictly, viz., right opinion, right resolve, right speech, right conduct, right employment, right exertion, right thought and right self-concentration will be free from sorrow. "

Siddhartha Gautama - Account of the life of Siddhartha Gautama, on a site that is an introduction to Buddhism.

Siddhartha Gautama - An account of the story of the life of Siddharta Gautama who became the Buddha.

Jataka Tales

Buddhist Tales - Jataka stories of moral conduct and good behaviour.

Jataka Tales - Three Jataka tales: "The Jackal Who Saved the Lion", "The Greedy Crow", and "The Doe Which Set Her Husband Free".

Jataka Tales of the Buddha (Part I) - Four Jataka Tales: "Crossing the Wilderness", "The Traders of Seriva", "The Goat that Laughed and Wept", and "The Straw Worth More Than Gold".

Jataka Tales of the Buddha (Part II) - Three Jataka tales: "The Miserly Treasurer", "What's in a name?", and "The Queen's Necklace".

Jataka Tales of the Buddha (Part III) - Four Jataka tales: "The Fifth Precept", "A Good Friend", "The Sound the Hare Heard", and "The Great Monkey King".

The Jatakas Tales - Eighteen tales retold by Ellen C. Babbitt (1912); e-text from the Baldwin Project.

A Jataka-Tale from the Tibetan - Article by H. Wenzel, published in "The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland."

More Jataka Tales - By Ellen C. Babbitt (1922), e-text from the Baldwin Project.

More Jataka Tales - Re-told by Ellen C. Babbitt, e-text at the Gutenberg project.

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