Siddhartha Gautama Buddha was an Indian spiritual teacher, laid the foundation of Buddhism. The word "Buddha" means "Awakened", "Enlightened." Buddha discovered the middle path, which eased final asceticism that existed in Schramm.
Most historians in the early 20th century, accept that he lived between approximately 563 and 483 BCE, but more recent studies place the date of his death between 486 and 483 BC and even between 411 and 400 BC According to tradition Gautama was born in the small country Nepal Kapilavastu in today and for most of his life spreading their doctrine in the eastern regions of India such as Magadha and the basket.
Siddhartha Gautama is the primary figure in Buddhism, and Buddhists believe that the stories about his life, teachings and rules of behavior are summarized and memorized by his followers after his death. Various collections attributed to Gautama were passed orally from generation to generation, as recorded for the first time almost four centuries after his death.
Siddhartha Gautama is considered a god or prophet in other religious denominations, including Hinduism, Islamic branch Ahmadis and the Bahai faith.