Why Do Buddhists Worship the Lotus? 0 1027

In Buddhism, the lotus is an important flower for many reasons. It is a beautiful figure that grows in swampy waters, representing the purity of the enlightened soul in the midst of adversity. Depending on the state of its flowering, it defines the stages of the path to enlightenment. According to the legend, the lotuses grew after the passage of the baby Buddha.

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