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If buddha has achieved nibbana then why is his death called final nibbana?

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User Info: str8Knowledge

str8Knowledge
4 years ago#1
Wouldn't it just be a loss for his followers?

User Info: KNessJM

KNessJM
4 years ago#2
I think it has to do with transcendental beliefs about death.
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