Definition of Gautama siddhartha
1. Noun. Founder of Buddhism; worshipped as a god (c 563-483 BC).
Generic synonyms: Mystic, Religious Mystic
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gautama Siddhartha
Literary usage of Gautama siddhartha
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gospel of Buddha According to Old Records by Paul Carus (1895)
"And the Blessed One said : * " Those only who do not believe, call me Gautama Siddhartha, but you call me Buddha, the Blessed One, and Teacher. ..."
2. Through Asia by Sven Anders Hedin (1899)
"According to the teaching of Buddhism, gautama siddhartha (the Buddha) himself gave ... but gautama siddhartha himself is wanting. That, however, is easily ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1894)
"This solution appears to be nihilistic ; but it seems to me that the complete annihilation of gautama siddhartha does not imply the complete annihilation of ..."
4. Buddhism and Its Christian Critics by Paul Carus (1897)
"most important and latest appearance has been gautama siddhartha. This corresponds to the second person of the Christian, Trinity, to God the Son, ..."
5. Ridpath's Universal History: An Account of the Origin, Primitive Condition by John Clark Ridpath (1897)
"gautama siddhartha. It was in the fifth century before our era, at a place called Kapilavastu, about a hundred and fifty miles north of Benares, ..."
6. Buddhist Art in India by Albert Grünwedel (1901)
"To the chief of Kapilavastu, who had wedded two sisters—Maya and Prajapati,—there was born a son who received the name of gautama siddhartha (Pali, ..."
7. Spiritual Heroes: A Study of Some of the World's Prophets by David Saville Muzzey (1902)
"... term was not the name of an individual, but was an official title like Christ, Pharaoh, or Czar. It means the Enlightened One, and gautama siddhartha ..."