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BBC记录片释教宝地 第05期:加德满都的博德纳佛塔


As Buddhism's travelled through the centuries, perhaps inevitably, it's taken on more the aspects of a religion,


with temples and pilgrims and a religious hierarchy.


You could be forgiven for mistaking Buddhism as one of the great, god-driven faiths of the world, but there is a key difference.


By putting such an emphasis on a system of personal morality and breaking with the conventions and traditions and rituals of the past, in many ways, the Buddha was one of those men who gave us the modern world.


And although he never denied that there were gods, he simply said you don't have to rely on the gods to make everything OK.


According to Buddhist sources, having seeded a radical new world view, the Buddha died at the age of 84.


His body was cremated, but his bones remained unburned.


They were distributed amongst the various tribes, rulers and kingdoms, who are now starting to follow the Buddhist way, and who honoured its founder by building monuments, or stupas, over his remains.


In Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, stands The Boudhanath Stupa, our second wonder of the Buddhist world.


It was first built in the 5th or early 6th centuries AD, then rebuilt and restored a number of times,


finally as this giant, enclosed tomb in the 14th century.


It is the largest in the Indian subcontinent, a sacred place for thousands of Buddhists throughout the world.


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