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. . . They thought that it was only for the pharaoh and the upper-class, but soon it was democratized to be a place for the commoners. Buddhists goal was to obtain nirvana, which is the Buddhist equivalent of Hindu moksha: release from human life and its woes (Adler, 51)...
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. . . They thought that it was only for the pharaoh and the upper-class, but soon it was democratized to be a place for the commoners. Buddhists goal was to obtain nirvana, which is the Buddhist equivalent of Hindu moksha: release from human life and its woes (Adler, 51)...
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