First Sermon Of Lord Buddha around the world in 2022

First Sermon Of Lord Buddha around the world in 2022

  How long until First Sermon Of Lord Buddha?
First Sermon Of Lord Buddha
  Dates of First Sermon Of Lord Buddha around the world
2023 BhutanJul 21
Bhutan Fri, Jul 21National Holiday
2022 Various Aug 1
BhutanMon, Aug 1National Holiday
IndiaMon, Aug 1Regional Holiday
2021 Various Jul 13, Jul 14
BhutanTue, Jul 13National Holiday
IndiaWed, Jul 14Regional Holiday
2020 Various Jul 24
BhutanFri, Jul 24National Holiday
IndiaFri, Jul 24Regional Holiday
2019 BhutanAug 4
Bhutan Sun, Aug 4National Holiday
  Summary

A public holiday on the fourth day of the sixth month in the Bhutanese calendar

  Which countries observe First Sermon Of Lord Buddha in 2022?
  BhutanAug 1National Holiday
  IndiaAug 1Regional Holiday
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When is the Anniversary of the First Sermon of Lord Buddha?

Formally known as Drukpa Tshe Zhi, the Anniversary of the First Sermon of Lord Buddha is a non-working public holiday in the Kingdom of Bhutan on the fourth day of the sixth month in the Bhutanese calendar.

History of the Anniversary of the First Sermon of Lord Buddha

After achieving enlightenment, Buddha gave his first sermon in the Deer Park in Isipatana, India and founded the Buddhist sangha (monkhood) about 2,500 years ago.

In the sermon, which is known as 'Setting the Wheel of Dhamma in Motion', the Buddha first spelt out the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path.

In His First Sermon, the Buddha said, "I teach one thing and one thing only: suffering and the end of suffering,” which is the ultimate goal of Buddhism. The Buddha presented and explained this very doctrine in his major discourses. In this First Sermon at Deer Park, He taught the Four Noble Truths: the existence of suffering, the cause of suffering, that the cause of suffering can end, and the path to the end of suffering.

"Avoiding extremes, the Buddha has realised the Middle Path: It gives vision, it gives knowledge, and it leads to calm, to insight, to enlightenment, to Nirvana. And what is that Middle Path? It is simply the Noble Eightfold Path, namely, right view, right thought, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration. This is the Middle Path realised by the Buddha, which gives vision, which gives knowledge, and which leads to calm, to insight, to enlightenment, and to Nirvana."

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