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Prince Siddhattha is shown travelling to a park in a palanquin drawn by courtiers and soldiers. On his way Prince Siddhattha, Bodhisatta, sees three signs of the four that would turn him into Buddha, an old man, a sick man and a corpse, and that lead to his renunciation of secular life.
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Prince Siddhattha is shown travelling to a park in a palanquin drawn by courtiers and soldiers. On his way Prince Siddhattha, Bodhisatta, sees three signs of the four that would turn him into Buddha, an old man, a sick man and a corpse, and that lead to his renunciation of secular life., result 1 of 1

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Prince Siddhattha is shown travelling to a park in a palanquin drawn by courtiers and soldiers. On his way Prince Siddhattha, Bodhisatta, sees three signs of the four that would turn him into Buddha, an old man, a sick man and a corpse, and that lead to his renunciation of secular life.
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