Buddha was born in Suvannabhumi (Thailand) ???

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Buddha was born in Suvannabhumi (Thailand) ???

Postby gavesako » Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:24 pm

Buddha's birthplace in Thailand, not in India or Nepal

The search for the truth has already begun! We are positive that Buddhism took place in Suwannabhumi, not in India. We'd like to invite all interested parties to view some observations and artifacts and help provide us some technical supports to carry out the studies so that someday, a decade or a century, in the future the truth shall be revealed!

http://www.buddhabirthplace.com/eng/index.htm

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Re: Buddha was born in Suvannabhumi (Thailand) ???

Postby Anagarika » Sun Jan 20, 2013 5:33 pm

This explains why the Suttas reference so many Thai towns and cities. :pig:

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Re: Buddha was born in Suvannabhumi (Thailand) ???

Postby Kare » Sun Jan 20, 2013 7:06 pm

Makes sense.

I presume he arrived at the Arrival Hall?

In the Mahayana section of the Departure Hall, I heard this announcement:

"Passengers for Nirvana, please go to Gate, Gate, Paragate, Parasamgate, Bodhi, Svaha!"
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Buddha was born in Suvannabhumi (Thailand) ???

Postby GraemeR » Tue Jan 22, 2013 8:21 am

Kare wrote:Makes sense.

I presume he arrived at the Arrival Hall?
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I hope he didn't have to go through the same visa and work permit procedures and teachers do here! :soap:
:broke:

By the way just about every invention originates in Thailand ..... :juggling:

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