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The trident-shaped symbol of Buddhism does not represent

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Avnish singh said:   3 years ago
What is the difference in Trishul and triade shape?

Vinod jain said:   4 years ago
The followers of budda followed three main things which is called as Trishul mantra.

Buddam sharanam gachhami.
Dharmam sharanam gachhami.
Sangham sharanam gachhami.

So nirvana is not a part of that Trishul (trident) mantra.

Patel dhruv said:   5 years ago
What is mean by trident shape?

Arshad siddiqui said:   5 years ago
Good session. Thanks all.

Kiran santhosh said:   5 years ago
The trident shaped symbol in Buddhism trident is a reference to the triple gem: Buddha, dhamma, sangha. Whereas Nirvana means "blowing out" or "quenching. ".

Nirvana is the earliest and most common term used to describe the goal of the Buddhist path.

Nirvana describes a state of freedom from suffering and rebirth, but different Buddhist traditions have interpreted the concept in different ways.

Babu delhi said:   5 years ago
Thanks @Sarita.

Chandrakala reddy said:   5 years ago
It consists of the Trishula and The Sudarshana chakra.

Debprosit said:   6 years ago
Can anyone explain the picture of trident shaped symbol?

Mona said:   6 years ago
It is a very good information. Thanks all.

Manu said:   6 years ago
Thank you all for giving the useful information.

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