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Buddha’s

Birth
Buddha’s
Enlightenment
Buddha’s
Pari-
nibbāna
Dīpaṅkara
Buddha
gives his
declaration
to the
ascetic
Sumedha
(future
Gotama
Buddha)
UNIVERSE
Gotama Buddha’s Career as Bodhisatta

Taṇhāṅkara
4 Buddhas in Medhaṅkara
1 mahā-kappa Saranaṅkara
Dīpaṅkara > 1st Declaration
Buddha-suñña 1 asaṅkheyya-
Void of Buddhas kappa
1 Buddha in
Kondañña > 2nd Declaration
1 mahā-kappa
Maṅgala > 3rd Declaration
4 Buddhas in Sumana > 4th “
1 mahā-kappa Revata > 5th “
Sobhita > 6th “
Buddha-suñña 1 asaṅkheyya-
Void of Buddhas kappa
Anomadassī > 7th Declaration
3 Buddhas in Paduma > 8th “
1 mahā-kappa
Nārada > 9th “
Buddha-suñña 1 asaṅkheyya-
Void of Buddhas kappa
1 Buddha in
Padumuttara > 10th Declaration
1 mahā-kappa
Buddha-suñña 70.000
Void of Buddhas mahā-kappas
2 Buddhas in Sumedha > 11th Declaration
1 mahā-kappa Sujāta > 12th “
Buddha-suñña 12.000
Void of Buddhas mahā-kappas
Piyadassī > 13th Declaration
3 Buddhas in
Atthadassī > 14th “
1 mahā-kappa
Dhammadassī > 15th “
Buddha-suñña 17.006
Void of Buddhas mahā-kappas
1 Buddha in
Siddhattha > 16th Declaration
1 mahā-kappa
Buddha-suñña 1
Void of Buddhas mahā-kappa
2 Buddhas in Tissa > 17th Declaration
1 mahā-kappa Phussa > 18th “
Buddha-suñña 1
Void of Buddhas mahā-kappa
Vīpassī > 19th Declaration

3 Buddhas in 20th “
Sikhī > st
1 mahā-kappa 21 “
Vessabhū >
Buddha-suñña 59
Void of Buddhas mahā-kappas
Kakusandha > 22nd Declaration
5 Buddhas in Konāgamana > 23rd “
1 mahā-kappa th
Kassapa > 24 “
Auspicious Kappa
(Bhaddā-kappa) Gotama
Metteyya
Ten Ways of Making Merit
1. Giving, generosity (Dāna)
2. Ethical or virtuous conduct (Sīla)
3. Meditation or mental development (Bhāvana)
4. Respect to those worthy of respect (Apaciti)
5. Service in helping others (Veyyāvacca)
6. Transference of merit to the departed relatives
(Pattānuppadāna)
7. Rejoicing in other’s merit (Abbhanumodana)
8. Expounding or teaching the dhamma
(Desana)
9. Listening to the dhamma (Savana)
10. Correcting one’s views (Diṭṭhijjukamma)
The Ten Perfections (Pārami)
1. Giving, generosity (Dāna)
2. Ethical or virtuous conduct (Sīla)
3. Renunciation (Nekkhama)
4. Wisdom (Paññā)
5. Energy (Viriya)
6. Forbearance, Patience (Khanti)
7. Truthfulness (Sacca)
8. Resolution, Determination (Adhiṭṭhāna)
9. Friendliness (Mettā)
10. Equanimity (Upekkhā)
By seeing
the disadvantage of one perfects
1. greed and avarice 1. giving, generosity (dāna)
2. transgression of sīla 2. ethical conduct (sīla)
3. sensual pleasures 3. renunciation (nekkhama)
4. ignorance and doubt 4. wisdom (paññā)
5. laziness 5. energy (viriya)
6. impatience 6. patience (Khanti)
7. insincerity, dishonesty 7. Truthfulness (Sacca)
8. indecisiveness 8. Resolution (Adhiṭṭhāna)
By seeing
the disadvantage of one perfects
9. anger, hate 9. Friendliness (Mettā)

10. the worldly conditions,


such as
 gain and loss 10. Equanimity (Upekkhā)
good and bad reputation
praise and blame
happiness and suffering