POTBK54 : The ten Jatakas of Buddha : Temiraja (Miscellaneous) (Thai - English language, Thai amulet)
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Name : The ten Jatakas of Buddha : Temiraja
Origin : Thailand
Language : English/Thai
Pages : 4 Colors / 95 Pages
Size : A5
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The ten Jatakas of Buddha is a collection of 10 lifetimes of Lord Buddha, prior to being born as Prince Sittharatha who later achieved enlightenment and reached nirvana, no longer having to endure the mortal life cycle.
The ten Jatakas of Buddha does not only contain 10 stories, but 547 stories altogether. Some of these stories were told by Lord Buddha as he used them as the device to teach his disciples and the public, while other stories have been recreated from the original story structures. All of these stories, however, concern the Boddhisatta, Lord Buddha in his previous lifetimes. In some of these lifetimes, he was born as animals, a pauper or even a king. Regardless of into which form he was born, the Boddhisatta always had one true virtue that allowed him to help other people.
The most well known of these stories are the final ten lifetimes, in which Lord Buddha maintained the most celestial virtues. These stories are together called the Ten Jatakas of Lord Buddha and comprise of the following:
1. Temiraja Renunciation (Determination to enter monkshood)
2. Mahajanaka Perseverance (Constancy and dedication to achieve)
3. Suvannasaam Loving kindness (Love and compassion towards human and animals)
4. Nimiraja Resolution (Determination to maintain virtue)
5. Mahaummagga Wisdom (The use of wisdom to help others)
6. Bhuridatta Morality (Determinatio ot maintain the vow to virtues)
7. Chandra Forbearance (atience and determination against anger even towards those that had caused harm)
8. Narada Equanimity (Dedication to one’s tasks and ability to remain calm amid failures)
9. Vidhara Truth (Determination to always keep one’s words)
10. Vetsandon Charity (Sacrifice one’s belonging for benefits of others).
Lord Buddha had the technique in teaching through story telling, which ended with moral lessons, clarifying good and bad deed and giving directions on how one should lead one’s life to his followers.
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