Based on these shared records in Buddhist traditions and the information provided by modern Indological research on the coronation date of A"soka, one is able to infer the date of the Buddha, though still with some questions remaining.
The following analysis will discuss three possible dates of the Buddha based on this method.
There is simply no reason for Singhalese texts to be more reliable than Indian, Chinese, and Nepalese texts.
In my previous articles, I presented evidence to show that the currently accepted version of Indian history is deeply flawed due to wrong identifications of the two sheet anchors that have been used to fix Indian history.
Siddhartha Gautama, the Lord Buddha, was born in 623 B. in the famous gardens of Lumbini, which soon became a place of pilgrimage.
This facilitates the determination of the date of the Buddha because in Buddhist traditions the coronation of A"soka is stated to have taken place so many years after the Buddha's death (Parinirvaa.na).
Further, it is known that the lifetime of the Buddha lasted eighty years.
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