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The Parinirvana- the illumination of nirvana after death, and escape from the Samsara

Buddhist traditions indicate that when the Buddha departed the material world near the northern Indian city of Kushinagara, he was entirely liberated from the circle of reincarnations and attained enlightenment. Buddhists celebrate the Buddha's death since they believe that only by achieving Nirvana, he was freed from the miseries of bodily existence. After 40 years of instruction after his Enlightenment, the Buddha passed away at the age of eighty. He achieved nirvana, or liberation from the cycle of mortality and rebirth, before passing away while in a state of meditation. Buddhists contemplate or attend Buddhist temples or monasteries to commemorate Parinirvana Day. The manner that various countries commemorate this and various other Buddhist occasions differs. Parinirvana Day is commemorated as a social gathering in monasteries. The meal is provided, and some attendees give gifts like money, furnishings, or apparel. The day serves as an occasion for contemplation about one's own approaching demise as well as the deaths of dearly departed family members or loved ones. The foundation of Buddhist teaching is the idea that everything is ephemeral. Rather than being causes of grief, death and mortality ought to be embraced.


Paranirvana Stupa- The place where Buddha passed away


The Buddha arguably made it to Kushinagar after 45 years of missionary activity, where he was critically ill, educated his penultimate disciple, delivered his final instructions to the sangha, and attained Parinirvana. Per the tradition, the Mauryan king Ashoka journeyed to Kushinagar and constructed numerous caityas, or stupas, in remembrance of the Buddha's nirvanic place of rest. During the Kushan empire, Buddhist sites at Kushinagar steadily expanded in size; nevertheless, during the Gupta period, whenever the Parinirvana Stupa and Parinirvana Temple were renovated and a huge reclining Buddha statue was erected, Kushinagar experienced a golden era.


The Buddha gave three main reasons when questioned why he chose Kushinagar as the site of his death. The first was that Kushinagar was the ideal place for Maha-Sudassana Sutta guidance. The second was an individual by the name of Subhadda, to whom the Buddha still had more instruction to give until he acquired Arhatdom. The third reason was that Kushalnagar was host to an aged Brahmin titled Doha who was respected and knowledgeable and who could mediate disputes between warring Kings and followers regarding how to disperse the Buddha's ashes. After hearing of the Buddha's imminent demise, the Kushinagar noblemen gathered to pay their homage. One among them was Subhadra, a 120-year-old Brahmin who'd been highly respected but whom Ananda had refused 3 times from monkhood. The Brahmin was, however, summoned to the Buddha's side wherein he replied to his query concerning the six false doctrines and taught him the real meaning of the Buddhist doctrine. The very last monk Shakyamuni consecrated was Subhadra, who wanted to join the Sangha. Then Subhadra stayed close by in meditation, quickly attained arhatship, and left this world sometime before Shakyamuni.


The Buddha questioned his disciples 2 - 3 times if they had any specific questions about his instructions or the criteria for mindfulness as the third vigil of the nighttime came closer. When everyone stayed quiet, he gave the well-known dictum: "Impermanence is embedded in all objects." Work tirelessly towards obtaining your personal independence. Shakyamuni Buddha eventually entered Mahaparinirvana after conquering his contemplative absorptions. The heavens in the 10 horizons blazed out in flames, the earth shook, and there was celestial music emanating from the heavens. The body of the guru was washed and adorned once more, wrapped in a million cloaks, and laid in a coffin constructed of precious resources.


FAQS


Q1. What was Buddha’s age when he attained Mahaparinirvana?


Nirvana was purportedly attained by Lord Buddha at the age of 35 years old.


Q2. Where should the Mahaparinirvana Buddha statue be placed at home?


According to Vastu, positioning a Mahaparinirvana Buddha in your home's western side, towards the right, can create unity and peace. Place it on a pristine table or shelf to symbolize your innermost values and your mental state.