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Wife and Disciple of the Lord Buddha

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Daughter of King Ashoka, and the first female to become a Buddhist disciple. Born in 623 BC, she was raised in the royal palace, and was educated in the arts and sciences. When she was 12, her father died and she became queen. She was married to her cousin, Prince Asoka, who became the new king. After a number of years, the queen decided to renounce her throne and follow the teachings of the Buddha. She was not the first woman to do so, but she was the first to become a Buddhist disciple.
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Little girl of Lord Ashoka, and the principal female to turn into a Buddhist devotee. Brought into the world in 623 BC, she was brought up in the illustrious royal residence, and was taught in artistic expression and sciences. At the point when she was 12, her dad passed on and she became sovereign. She was hitched to her cousin, Ruler Asoka, who turned into the new lord. Following various years, the sovereign chose to repudiate her privileged position and follow the lessons of the Buddha. She was not the principal lady to do as such, yet she was quick to turn into a Buddhist devotee.

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