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" Buddha had three homes, one for the winter, one for the summer, and one for the rainy season ; and that he was clad, not in coarse cloth, but in fine muslin of Benares. The Lumbini Garden. The boy was named Siddhattha, that is  "
The Romantic Legend of Sâkya Buddha: From the Chinese-Sanscrit - Page 262
by Samuel Beal - 1875 - 395 lehte
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Early Buddhism

Thomas William Rhys Davids - 1908 - 91 lehte
...to escape into the hills. And we are told l that, in his youth, the future Buddha had three homes, one for the winter, one for the summer, and one for the rainy season ; and that he was clad, not in coarse cloth, but in fine muslin of Benares. The Lumbini...
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The Life of the Buddha: According to the Pali Canon

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...There was a clansman named Yasa. He was a rich merchant's son and delicately brought up. He had three palaces, one for the winter, one for the summer, and one for the rains. In the rains palace he was entertained by minstrels with no men among them. For the four months...
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The Life of God (as Told by Himself)

Franco Ferrucci - 1997 - 283 lehte
...recollection. I introduced myself as a young man from a noble and rich family that owned three mansions, one for the winter, one for the summer, and one for the rainy season. During the four rainy months I would not set foot outside the mansion, and I would spend...
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