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Siddhartha Gautama

Born: 563 BC - Died: 483 BC
Cause of Death:
Food Poisoning


Death Summary: He suffered great pain, hemorrhages and vomiting due to food poisoning.

Who was Siddhartha Gautama : The founder of Buddhism.
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10 Signatures in Siddhartha Gautama's guestbook

  1. Bells Says:

    Budda! Budda!

  2. Steve Says:

    good job

  3. starxes Says:

    HA HA HA

  4. Travis Gibson Says:

    300 hundred pound fat man teaching self dicipline..

  5. TacoZach Says:

    Poor man. He was a great religious leader and shouldn’t have suffered the pain. Correction@ Travis, in spite of what you’ve seen, Siddhartha Guatama wasn’t truly fat, he ate healthy meals, not too much or too little. He was very in shape.

  6. brandy Says:

    he is a real person but he isnt the mesiah people!!!!!!! jesus christ came, he died on the cross for our sins!! jesus christ is the mesiah!

  7. ShabbaTacoBacohubba Says:

    yo soy latino, yo tengo jesus, y mary. yo soy catholica (:

  8. Kiyoshi Says:

    Siddhartha is a very nice person, who hopes to find enlightenment. He was being lies to his father for not letting him go to the outside world. He didn’t know about pain, death and suffering. He deserved better.

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  10. jhjhjh Says:

    he did not found it he just taught it


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