Title: Siddhartha

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Subject: History
Author: Rita S
Date: June 23, 2011
Level: University
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Siddhartha doesn't want to become like his father, he feels that his father and the elders of the village have not achieved enlightenment and he feels if he keeps living with his father, he will never learn. Siddhartha longs for something more, that the elders haven't done. Siddhartha and Govinda want answers for the achievement of the enlightenment...

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One day, Samanas passed through the town begging for food. Samanas believed enlightenment can be reached through asceticism. Siddhartha believes that the Samanas can provide him with some answers. Siddhartha then joins the Samanas even though his father doesn't want him to join. Govinda also wants to find a path to enlightenment, and he joins Siddhartha in his new life...

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