Siddhartha

[ US /sɪˈdɑɹˌtə/ ]
NOUN
  1. founder of Buddhism (c 563-483 BC)
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How To Use Siddhartha In A Sentence

  • Siddhartha is contracted from two Sanskrit words siddha or proven and artha or meaning, and together, he who achieves/attains his aims/goals. Buddhism: A beginners guide: Part 2
  • He is the founder of Buddhism, and was called Siddhartha Gautama.
  • The ferryman dies and Siddhartha is left to row the ferry himself.
  • I explain to them the story of Buddha, who was called Siddhartha before his enlightenment, and how, after a cloistered life of luxury, he stepped outside his palace one day and saw an old man, a sick man, a corpse, and a starving man who had rejected the material world. The Memory Palace
  • Howie watched the kitchen door for her re-emergence, Siddhartha forgotten. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW
  • Siddhartha finally allows human emotion to control him through his blind love for Young Siddhartha.
  • In 1975 I was sitting in the balcony of the Elgin Theatre one electric Manhattan midnight watching through the haze of an opiate ambiance the film Siddhartha, which is based on a Hermann Hesse novel that inundated my generation with yearning. Jack Schimmelman: Sankai Juku (studio by the mountain and the sea)
  • Traveling with the Samanas, Siddhartha and Govinda arrived at a wealthy town.
  • The name Siddhartha is said to have been given him as a child, Gautama being the family name. The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 01
  • Last summer, when I was asked to join a "Kalachakra" -- a circle-of-life pilgrimage, this one actually where Prince Siddhartha discovered the realities of the world under the Bodhi Tree and abdicated his throne to try to show people a way to deal with life's painfulness, disease and death among them -- I jumped at the chance. Jim Luce: Following The Footsteps Of The Buddha Across North East India
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