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What happened to Buddha's Wife after Gautam Buddha went on leaving behind everything to get divinity?

Asked by mohd yousuf, 12 May '09 04:07 pm
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They lived happily ever after
Answered by Satish Kamath, 12 May '09 04:21 pm

 
  
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Yashodhara and Rahula lead the path of Gautham Buddha:
(courtesy google) the append below:
Gautama Buddha was the founder of Buddhism. His original name was Siddharth (meaning one who has accomplished). He was also called Sakyamuni, i.e. the sage of the tribe of Sakya. He was born in the year 563 B.C. in the village of Lumbini near Kapila Vastu, within the present borders of Nepal.

According to legend, an astrologer foretold his father, the king, that young Gautama would give up the throne and luxury and renounce the world the day he would see four things (i) an old man, (ii) a sick man, (iii) a diseased man and (iv) a dead man. Hence, the king confined Gautama in a special palace which was provided with all worldly pleasures. He was married at the age of sixteen to Yasoddhra.

At the age of 29 after the birth of his first son, Gautama on the same day saw an old man, a sick man, a diseased man and a dead man. The impact of the dark side of life made him renounce the world that s ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 12 May '09 04:55 pm

 
  
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Both she and her son Rahula followed him in the path of the bhuddism
Answered by Lakshmi Rajesh, 12 May '09 04:08 pm

 
  
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She lived in the palace along with her son always hoping that Buddha will come back. During this long waiting her mind started maturing and she was able to understand the depth of life. Eventually when Buddha visited Kapilavastu she went to him to learn about this life.Later along with her son she walked on the path of Buddha.
Answered by sompa, 12 May '09 06:11 pm

 
  
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She followed HIM.
Answered by Dare Devil, 26 Jan '11 11:42 am

 
  
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Not much written about her
Answered by anil garg, 08 Dec '09 11:42 pm

 
  
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