It is believed that the word “Hindu” was first used by a monk named Sita, who was exiled from his monastery in India after he was accused of blasphemy.
His name is inscribed on the first tombstone at the Bodhi tree temple in Sonepat in central India.
“I am Sita,” he says.
“I am the Mother of God.
I am the father of the world.”
After the Buddha was born, the Hindu scriptures were written down and scholars started writing about him.
But the term “Hindus” has not always been used, according to scholars.
“HIndus” is an English word meaning a people, according the Oxford English Dictionary.
One scholar has suggested that the term has a more ancient origins than previously thought.
Buddhism’s founder, the Buddha, was born in India in a cave in what is now Tibet, according an article in The Oxford English dictionary.
A group of monks, who were called the Sangha, began to teach a set of teachings to the community.
The first recorded appearance of the word for people in English is in a book of the same name.
According to the Oxford University English Dictionary, the word is derived from the Sanskrit words for “people” and “world”.
The word Hinduism, meaning “the religion of the Hindus”, is used to describe a religion founded in the late 2nd century BC.
In India, the name of the sect is called Jainism, or “the faith of the Jains”.
“In Sanskrit, it means ‘peace’ and the word ‘Hinduism’ is used for the religion,” the Oxford dictionary explains.
“It is a term that has been in use for thousands of years.”
The ancient name “Himalayan Buddhism” comes from Sanskrit, which means “one whose religion is one of peace”.
Bhikkhu Bodhi, who founded the Bodh Gaya Buddhist monastery in Calcutta, India, is said to have lived during the first century AD.
He is thought to have died around 450 AD.
His followers included his brother, Sri Narayana, who died in the 11th century.
According to scholars, the term ‘Hindi’ comes from the Hindi word for “a language”.
Wikipedia says that the earliest recorded reference to the word in English dates back to the 13th century, and that it was used as a synonym for ‘English’.
“The word ‘Buddhist’ is a variant of the Sanskrit word ‘buddha’, which is an epithet for an exalted person,” Wikipedia says.
This is because the term refers to a person who is a person of great wisdom and power,” the dictionary adds.
Wikipedia also notes that the first recorded use of the term in the English language is in 1620, when Thomas Hobbes used it in his book, A Treatise on Leviathan.
Hindu Buddhism was a major religion in India and was the most important religion in China, which at the time was an empire ruled by the Mongol Empire.
At the time, there were over 50 million Hindus in China.