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Please take cognizance! Respect our religious sentiments.
We Buddhist followers are being deprived of meditation/worship at the preaching place of Tathagat Buddha, Sarnath.
  

THE BUDDHA
AND HIS DHAMMA
THE BUDDHA AND HIS DHAMMA
by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
The Great Stupa at Sarnath, near Varanasi, is said to mark the site where the Buddha preached his first sermon.
[*EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION*]
*AUTHOR’S UNPUBLISHED PREFACE*
*INTRODUCTION*
*PROLOGUE*
BOOK ONE: SIDDHARTH GAUTAMA β€” HOW A BODHISATTA BECAME THE BUDDHA
*Part I β€” From Birth to Parivraja*
*Part II β€” Renunciation for Ever*
*Part III β€” In Search of New Light*
*Part IV β€” Enlightenment and the Vision of a New Way*
*Part V β€” The Buddha and His Predecessors*
*Part VI β€” The Buddha and His Contemporaries*
*Part VII β€” Comparison and Contrast*
BOOK TWO: CAMPAIGN OF CONVERSION
*Part I β€” Buddha and His Vishad Yoga*
*Part II β€” The Conversion of the Parivrajakas*
*Part III β€” Conversion of the High and the Holy*
*Part IV β€” Call from Home*
*Part V β€” Campaign for Conversion Resumed*
*Part VI β€” Conversion of the Low and the Lowly*
*Part VII β€” Conversion of Women*
*Part VIII β€” Conversion of the Fallen and the Criminals*
BOOK THREE: WHAT THE BUDDHA TAUGHT
*Part I β€” His Place in His Dhamma*
*Part II β€” Different Views of the Buddha’s Dhamma*
*Part III β€” What is Dhamma*
*Part IV β€” What is Not Dhamma*
*Part V β€” What is Saddhamma*
BOOK FOUR: RELIGION AND DHAMMA
*Part I β€” Religion and Dhamma*
*Part II β€” How Similarities in Terminology Conceal Fundamental Difference*
*Part III β€” The Buddhist Way of Life*
*Part IV β€” His Sermons*
BOOK FIVE: THE SANGH
*Part I β€” The Sangh*
*Part II β€” The Bhikkhu: the Buddha’s Conception of Him*
*Part III β€” The Duties of the Bhikkhu*
*Part IV β€” The Bhikkhu and the Laity*
*Part V β€” Vinaya for the Laity*
BOOK SIX: HE AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES
*Part I β€” His Benefactors*
*Part II β€” His Enemies*
*Part III β€” Critics of His Doctrines*
*Part IV β€” Friends and Admirers*
BOOK SEVEN: THE WANDERER’S LAST JOURNEY
*Book Seven, Part I β€” The Meeting of those Near and Dear*
*Book Seven, Part II β€” Leaving Vaishali*
*Book Seven, Part III β€” His End*
BOOK EIGHT: THE MAN WHO WAS SIDDHARTHA GAUTAMA
*Book Eight, Part I β€” His Personality*
*Book Eight, Part II β€” His Humanity*
*Book Eight, Part III β€” His Likes and Dislikes*
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Sarnath is a place located 10 kilometres north-near the confluence of the Ganges and the Varuna rivers in Uttar Pradesh. The Deer Park in Sarnath is where Gautama Buddha first taught the Dhamma and where the Buddhist Sangha came into existence through the awakenment of Kondanna
Sarnath
Historical City
The Dhamekh Stupa, Sarnath
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Isipatana
Sarnath is located in India
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Gautama Buddha at Isipatana
Gautama Buddha teaching his first sermon in the Deer Park, Sarnath. Wall painting Manali
Before
Gautama (the Buddha-to-be) attained enlightenment, he gave up his
austere penances and his friends, the PaΓ±cavaggiya monks.
Seven
weeks after his enlightenment under the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, Buddha
left Uruvela and travelled to Isipatana to rejoin them because, using
his spiritual powers, he had seen that his five former companions would
be able to understand Dhamma quickly. While travelling to Sarnath,
Gautama Buddha had no money to pay the ferryman to cross the Ganges, so
he crossed it through the air.
Later
when King Bimbisāra heard of this, he abolished the toll for ascetics.
Gautama Buddha found his five former companions and awakened them with
the teachings of the Dhamma. At that time, the Sangha, the community of
the awakened ones, was founded. The sermon, Buddha gave to the five
monks, was his first sermon, called the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta. It
was given on the full-moon day of Asalha Puja. Buddha subsequently also
spent his first rainy season at Sarnath at the Mulagandhakuti. By then,
the Sangha had grown to 60 in number (after Yasa and his friends had
become monks), and so Buddha sent them out in all directions to travel
alone and teach the Dharma. All 60 monks were Arhats.
Several
other incidents connected with the Buddha, besides the preaching of the
first sermon, are mentioned as having taken place in Isipatana. It was
here when one day, at dawn, Yasa came to the Buddha and became an Arhat.
It was at Isipatana, too, that the rule was passed, prohibiting the use
of sandals made of talipot leaves. On another occasion when the Buddha
was staying at Isipatana, having gone there from Rājagaha, he instituted
rules forbidding the use of certain kinds of flesh, including human
flesh.Twice, while the Buddha was at Isipatana, Māra visited him but had
to go away discomfited.
Sarnath
which means “Lord of the Deer”, and relates to another old Buddhist
story in which the Bodhisattva is a deer and offers his life to a king
instead of the doe the latter is planning to kill. The king is so moved
that he creates the park as a sanctuary for deer. The park is active in
modern times.
Isipatana,
this city is mentioned by the Buddha as one of the four places of
pilgrimage his devout followers should visit.[1] It was also the site of
the Buddha’s Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, which was his first sermon
after attaining enlightenment, in which he explained the four noble
truths and the teachings associated with them.
Mrigadava means “deer-park”. “Isipatana” is the name used in the Pali Canon, and means the place where holy men Pali: isi.
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Gandhara
Greco-Buddhist sculpture of Gautama Buddha delivering his first sermon
in the deer park at Sarnath. He preached the Four Noble Truths, the
middle path and the Eightfold Path. In the statue, he is seated in
Padmasana with his right hand turning the Dharmachakra, resting on a
Triratna symbol, flanked on either side by a deer. He is surrounded by
five Bhikkhus with shaven heads. In the background, Vajrapani and other
attendants, including probable princes, are seen. Statue on display at
the Prince of Wales museum.Besides the Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta
mentioned above, several other suttas were preached by the Buddha while
staying at Isipatana, among them the Saccavibhanga Sutta, the PaΓ±ca
Sutta (S.iii.66f), most popularly known by the somewhat misleading title
the Anattalakkhana Sutta the Rathakāra or Pacetana Sutta (A.i.110f),
the two Pāsa Suttas (S.i.105f), the Samaya Sutta (A.iii.320ff), the
Katuviya Sutta (A.i.279f.), a discourse on the MetteyyapaΓ±ha of the
Parāyana (A.iii.399f), and the Dhammadin.
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The
Bala Boddhisattva, an important statue for dating Indian art, was
dedicated in “the year 3 of Kanishka” (circa 123 CE) and was discovered
at Sarnath. Buddhism flourished in Sarnath because of kings and wealthy
merchants based in Varanasi. By the third century, Sarnath had become
an important centre for the arts, which reached its zenith during the
Gupta period (4th to 6th centuries CE). In the 7th century by the time
Xuanzang visited from China, he found 30 monasteries and 3000 monks
living at Sarnath.[17] Sarnath became a major centre of the Sammatiya
school of Buddhism, one of the early Buddhist schools. However, the
presence of images of Heruka and Tara indicate that Vajrayana Buddhism
was (at a later time) also practised here. Also, images of Brahminist
gods as Shiva and Brahma were found at the site, and there is still a
Jain temple (at Chandrapuri) located very close to the Dhamekh Stupa.
Kumaradevi, the Gahadvala queen, constructed the last structures at
Sarnath. In 1193, her grandson, Jaichand.

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