The Real Buddha
A great number of people are Buddhist in Nepal. The Lord Buddha was
from Nepal, and he was a pure Mongol. Buddhism is absolutely different
from Hindus and Hindus are against Buddhism. He was a Tahru, a branch
of Mongol blood. His renunciation was not because of him seeing an
old person, a sick person and a dead body. He was against the
prevailing caste system and revolted against the discrimination of Hindu
religion that preached hate and disparity among human beings.
The Buddha's father was mislead and appointed into this Hindu cult
and the Lord Buddha, being a prince of the kingdom, was not in a
position of a commoner to be hanged, nor was he allowed to preach
against Hinduism in the kingdom. So the conspirators exiled him
and their prejudiced historians presented the Buddha's early life
in a nihilistic and flowery manner, that we have been bound to study
in our school curriculum. The Buddhist philosophy and principles do
not tally with the Hindu religion, and they contradict Bahunism. Not
only in Nepal, but also in some other places the political leaders
with vested interests claimed that Buddha was an incarnation of the
Hindu god, Bishnu. Buddha himself did not believe reincarnation.
The lord Buddha' father Suddhodhan, (suddha+pure, dhan=paddy) had
nuptial relations with his aunt's (father side) daughters and the
Buddha's wife was his uncle's daughter (mother side). This custom
is found prevalent among the Mongol tribes like the Tamu, Tamang,
Magar and Sunuwar.
The lord Buddha was from Nepal, but Buddhism did not become the national religion of Nepal. Instead the religion brought by the refugees of India became the national religion of Nepal. (25-27).