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Kanakamuni Buddha

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Kanakamuni Buddha
Kanakamuni Buddha (sometimes called also Konagamana Buddha) was born at Sobhavatii in India to a brahmin family. His father was Yannadatta and mother Uttara. For first three thousand years he lived a family life and his wife was Ruchigatta and they had a son Satthavaha. Then he renounced the family life and practised austerities for six months before attaining enlightenment. He passed at the age of thirty thousand years at place called Pabbatarama.
 
He was the second Buddha of this fortunate eon.

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