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We need to add some creations and scenes in first 3 posts.Anyone who's interested please bring in your creations so that we can make the first page beautiful!Smile

I'll try to make some creations for this thread :)

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Did you all know ki Siddhartha and yashodhara had a son named Rahul so cute Embarrassed n filmy naa LOL

Yes, they had a child named Rahula :)

Rahula -" The Son of the Enlightened One

Just before Prince Siddhartha renounced the world, his wife Yasodhara gave birth to a son. According to legend, when the birth was announced to the prince, he said, "A fetter (rahula) has been born, a bondage has been born," and this is how the boy got his name. It is more likely that he was named after a lunar eclipse (rahu) that might have occurred around the time of his birth. Either way, the birth of this child only served to make Prince Siddhartha's desire to escape from what had become for him a golden cage, even more difficult. On the evening he had finally decided to leave, the Buddha peered into the royal bedchamber to take one last look at his sleeping wife and child, but the mother's arm obscured the child's face.

Seven years after he left, the Buddha returned to Kapilavatthu. Yasodhara took the little Rahula to listen to the Buddha's preaching. When they arrived, she said to him: "This is your father, Rahula. Go and ask him for your inheritance." The child walked through the assembly and stood before the Buddha, saying, "How pleasant is your shadow, O Monk." When the talk had finished and the Buddha left, Rahula followed him, and as they walked along Rahula said: "Give me my inheritance, O Monk." Of course the Buddha no longer had gold or property but he had something far more precious - the Dharma, so he turned to Sariputta and said: "Sariputta, ordain him." Later, the Buddha's father, Suddhodana, and Yasodhara complained that the boy had been taken away without their permission, as a result of which the Buddha made it a rule that parental consent was necessary before someone could be ordained.

 As if to make up for the seven years he was without a father, the Buddha took great interest in Rahula's moral and spiritual education, teaching him many times himself, and making Sariputta his preceptor and Moggallana his teacher. Rahula responded to this excellent tutelage by being an eager and attentive student and it is said that each morning as he awoke, he would take a handful of sand and say: "May I have today, as many words of counsel from my teacher as there are here grains of sand." As a result of this enthusiasm, the Buddha said of his son that of all his disciples, he was the most anxious for training. When Rahula was still a boy, the Buddha discussed with him aspects of Dharma that were suitable for the young and in such a way as he could understand and remember.

http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/buddhism/disciples13.htm

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Edited by Geeshu - 02 November 2013 at 3:41pm

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Posted: 02 November 2013 at 10:12pm | IP Logged
Geshu very nice creations Embarrassed n thanks for the story Smile

Edited by blueAngel09 - 02 November 2013 at 10:11pm

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Posted: 03 November 2013 at 12:06am | IP Logged

Geesh Love you sooo Much!!!!!!!!!!HugHugHug

Thank you dear!!EmbarrassedBeautiful creations!!HeartDay Dreaming

Adding them...Dancing

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Posted: 03 November 2013 at 2:43am | IP Logged
Thanks :) 

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Posted: 03 November 2013 at 6:20am | IP Logged
Very beautiful creationz yaar awesome

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Posted: 03 November 2013 at 7:17pm | IP Logged
Just loved Siddhartha's emotions for Gopa/Yashodhara yesterday

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