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What is the significance of Siddhartha Gautama to Buddhism?

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An important Hindu, he taught that self-denial is the best spiritual path.

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An important Indian king, he supported the spread of Buddhism.

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Known as a missionary, he spread Buddhism to Japan and Korea.

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Known as the Buddha, his teachings provided the basis of ***

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  14. 1. Known as the Buddha, his teachings...
    2. It offered an alternative to the rigid...
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