Prince Siddhartha meditates under the Bodhi tree by the Neranjara River.
Prince Siddahartha attains Enlightenment on the eighth of December under the Bodhi tree after defeating Mara.
Turning the Dharma Wheel the first time at the Deer Park, the Buddha expounds the Four Noble Truths to convert the first five ascetic friends.
In the Bamboo (Venuvana) at Rajagriha, the Buddha gave a sermon to 1250 disciples.
The Buddha exhorts the Dharma to Sariputta, Moggalana, and other chief disciples.
The Buddha expounds the Dharma to Queen Maha-Yana.
The Buddha returns to Kapilavathu to visit King Suddhodana and to preach Dharma to his royal relatives.
The Buddha converts Patacara, an unfortunate woman, to become a Bhiksuni in the Sangha.
The Buddha advises Singala about the meaning of worshiping six directions: East, West, South, North, Above and Below.
The Buddha converts a heretic, Angulimala, who murdered others for their fingers.
A mother agonized over the sudden death of her only son, came to Buddha, asking him to help her saving her son. The Buddha delivered a sermon on impermanence. She was then Enlightened leading a life of happiness and serenity.
With his great compassion, the Buddha brings to submission the ferociously drunken elephants released by King Ajatasatti.
The Buddha attains Parinibbana in the Sala Grove, between the twin Sala trees, in the vicinity of Kusinagara.