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Buddha & Cobra


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Buddha & Cobra Buddha & Cobra

At Mahabodhi, there is a pond. In the middle of this pond stocked with carp is a statue of the Buddha protected by a Cobra. The legend says:

The Buddha then went and meditated at the foot of a mucalinda tree. It began to rain heavily and a huge king cobra came out and coiled his body seven times around the Buddha to keep him warm and placed his hood over the Buddha’s head to protect him from the rain. After seven days the rain stopped and the snake changed into a young man who paid his respects to the Buddha. The Buddha then said:

“Happy are they who are contented. Happiness is for those who hear and know the truth. Happy are they who have good will in this world towards all sentient beings. Happy are they who have no attachments and have passed beyond sense-desires…

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