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Buddha Says... - Part 3

Buddha Says... - Part 3

  • Author: Compiled by Hiren Kavad

Once upon a time, there was a very rich man living in Benares, in northern India. When his father died, he inherited even more wealth. He thought, “Why should I use this treasure for myself alone? Let my fellow beings also benefit from these riches.” So he built dining halls at the four gates of the city - North, East, south and west. In these halls he gave food freely to all who wished it. He became famous for his generosity. It also became known that he and his followers were practicers of the Five Training steps. In those days, there was a silent Buddha meditating in the forest near Benares.

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