This narrative for PBS by honor winning movie producer David Grubin and described by Richard Gere, recounts to the account of the Buddha’s life, an adventure particularly significant to our own baffling occasions of rough change and otherworldly disarray. It includes crafted by a portion of the world’s most prominent specialists and stone workers, who crosswise over two centuries, have delineated the Buddha’s life in workmanship wealthy in excellence and intricacy.
Hear bits of knowledge into the antiquated story by contemporary Buddhists, including Pulitzer Prize winning writer W.S. Merwin and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Join the discussion and get familiar with contemplation, the historical backdrop of Buddhism, and how to fuse the Buddha’s lessons on sympathy and care into day by day life.