Bauddh Dharm

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Gautama Buddha’s teaching of four noble truths and eightfold noble path are called Buddhism.

The four noble truths: dukha or existence of suffering in the world dukha-samudhaya or cause for suffereing dukhanirodha or it is possible to stop suffering dukha-nirodha marga or way out of the suffering.

Eightfold noble path: samyagdrsti or right views samyak-sankalpa or right resolve samyak-karmanta or right conduct samyagjiva or right livelihood samyag-vyayama or right effort samyak-smrti or right mindfulness samyak-samadhi or right concentration