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Nirvana Definition in Buddhism (What Is It?) - About.com
The word Nirvana means "to extinguish," such as extinguishing the flame of a candle. This "extinguishment" is not understood by Buddhists to mean annihilation, ...
What Is Nirvana in Buddhism? - About.com
In Buddhism Nirvana is not a place, and it is neither existence nor non-existence. So what is it?
Enlightenment and Nirvana -- Buddhist Teachings on ... - Buddhism
In Buddhism, the cessation of suffering is called "enlightenment" (bodhi, " awakened"). The enlightened being exists in a state called Nirvana.
The Wheel of Life: Nirvana - Buddhism - About.com
A stream of beings rise from the Human Realms toward the temple, which represents Nirvana. Artists creating a Wheel of Life fill this corner in various ways.
What Is Nirvana? (Definition) - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
Nirvana is a Buddhist concept of an ideal state where the spirit is liberated from the cycles of death and rebirth. Nirvana can be after life, but (Siddharta) Gautama  ...
Nirvana Biography - Artist Profile of Nirvana - Alternative Music
Nirvana are one of the most well-known and successful rock groups in the history of recorded music. The trio from Seattle were fronted by Kurt Cobain (born ...
Nirvana Day (Parinirvana) - Buddhist Holiday - Buddhism - About.com
Nirvana Day -- Parinirvana -- is a Mahayana Buddhist observation of the death and attainment of Nirvana of the historical Buddha.
Enlightenment and Nirvana in Buddhism - About.com
For 25 centuries, Buddhists have studied and practiced to realize enlightenment - - bodhi, "awakened," in Pali Sanskrit -- and enter Nirvana. But what do these ...
Parinirvana - How the Buddha Entered Nirvana
At his death, the historical Buddha entered complete Nirvana, also called Parinirvana. This is the story of the Buddha's final days.
nirvana - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
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