Livewire Investigates Buddhism by Chris Hartney, Gail Taylor, Brett Pember
  

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Livewire Investigates Buddhism by Chris Hartney, Gail Taylor, Brett Pember

Buddhism starts with the story of one man. The Buddha was born around 2500 years ago in India. 'Buddha' means someone who has 'awoken'. The Buddha's real name was Siddhartha Gotama. He was a prince. Buddhism today is important for many people all over the world. They say that Buddhism helps them understand life.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 11

Author

Chris Hartney, Gail Taylor, Brett Pember
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

12th May 2004

ISBN

9780521601146


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