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In the 1830’s, a wise and discreet monk was present. Wise men; The Shwedagon Pagoda, written by the wise men, was written in the Mahayana Buddha’s Creed: According to the Buddha, over 2500 years ago, the Siddhartha prince became a god after he saw the Four Noble Truths.
This is the Four Noble Truths:
(1) the truth of suffering (2) the truth of suffering, the truth of suffering, (3) the truth of suffering, the truth of suffering, (4 the truth of suffering, the end of suffering).
The two Monks, who came from the city of Monna, came to the place of the Buddha, who was carrying the goods from the waterway, and came to the place where the Buddha was sitting. It was 49 days, when it became the Buddha. The two brothers offered honey to God.
After eating the bread, the two older brothers asked for a gift from the Lord. Then the Blessed One took the hair out of his head and gave it to the king. Each hair of the Buddha is about eight inches or six inches in length, according to Mizzima’s analysis.