The Four Noble Truths of Buddhism

The Simple Way To End Suffering

4 Noble Truths end of suffering

Legend says that when Gautama Buddha meditated under a Peepal Tree and reached nirvana in Bodh Gaya, east India, he realised “four noble truths.”

History records that after some deliberation, the enlightened prince Siddhartha returned to Sarnath in north India where he re-joined the five friends that had accompanied him in the early stages of his quest to find the Truth.

It was in Sarnath the Buddha gave his first sermon, focused on the inevitability of suffering. The key to his speech was that he had figured a way of ending the suffering.

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