About BUDDHA Path

The Sanskrit word Path means foot or footstep. According to Buddhist legend, after the Buddha attained enlightenment, his feet made an imprint in the stone where he stepped. Buddha Path, therefore stands for the grounding of the transcendent. It symbolizes the Buddha’s presence; they are believed to be the imprints where the Buddha actually touched the ground; and his absence upon having entered nirvana.
Buddha path is a representation of the Buddhist ideal of nonattachment, even as it reminds all that Buddha was present on earth and left a spiritual ‘path’ to be followed.

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