Bodhisattva Prabhapala is invited by the Devas in the Tushita Heaven to come down on earth to save all beings.
Queen Mahamaya had a dream of a six-tusked white elephant coming to her and she was then pregnant.
The Buddha was born at Lumbini Garden.
Prince Siddhartha was tenderly pampered.
Prince Siddhartha attends the Ploughing Festival with his father, King Suddhodana.
In his younger ages, Prince Siddhartha soon shows his compassion. One day, his cousin Devadata hit a wild goose with his arrow. Prince Siddharha takes the arrow out of the goose and prevents Devadata from further killing the goose.
In his outings through the four gates of the city, prince Siddhartha realizes the true circle of life: birth, old age, illness and death.
Prince Siddhartha looks at his wife and son before leaving the palace.
At dawn, Prince Siddhartha and the charioteer ride the horse Kanthaka, leave the city of Kapilvastu, cross the Anoma river and start a homeless life.
Cutting off his hair, shaving off his beard, the Prince instructs Dunpa to return to the palace with his garments, ornaments and precious sword.
Prince Siddhartha dwells in the snow-capped mountain caves to engage in spiritual practice.
Prince Siddhartha in his six years of continuous practicing all forms of severe austerity.
Deciding to follow the Middle Path, the Prince abandones ascetic life and accepts a bowl of milk-rice offered by Gamo and Gatopma.
Temptation from the demons of defilement, attachment, jealousy and doubt.
Mara, the evil forces, such as: arrogance, hatred, etc., fail to disturb the Prince.
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