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book name is tipitika..Smile written in pali..
Q- what are the three karmas ??

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From last 4 days this game is stopped...so i am answering this.Tell real answer.

this from Wikipedia

The Buddhist theory of action and result is referred to using various expressions in both Sanskrit (or Pali) and English. In Sanskrit, this concept is referred to as either:

  • Karmaphala - action and fruition
    • The term phala is commonly translated as "fruition" or "fruit" (Keown, 2000, loc 810-813)
  • Karmavipaka - action and result
    • The term vipaka is translated as "result" or "maturation" (Keown, 2000, loc 810-813)
 

Karma (Sanskrit, also karman, Pli: kamma) is a Buddhist term that literally means "action" or "doing". In contemporary Buddhist teachings, the term karma is used in two senses:

  • On the specific level, the term karma refers specifically to those actions which spring from the intention (Sanskrit, Pali: cetan) of a sentient being. Karmic actions are compared to a seed that will inevitably ripen into a result or fruition (referred to as vipka or phala in Sanskrit and Pali).
  • On the general level, contemporary Buddhist teachers frequently use the term karma when referring to the entire process of karmic action and result (karmaphala in Sanskrit and Pali).

Next - What is Stup??

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a) Physical karmas:

Killing, stealing, and conducting sexual immorality.

 

b) Verbal karmas:

False speech, a double tongue, hateful speech, and slanderous speech.

 

c) Mental karmas:

Craving, hatred, and ignorance or false view.


ans- stupa is dome shaped monument used to house buddhist relics or to commemorate significant facts of buddhisim or jainism. Embarrassed


Q- why siddhartha was called as Shakamuni ?

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