What is the religion for Nirvana?

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Nirvana is the ultimate "state" of extinguishing of all desires and cravings in Buddhism. But, Buddhism is more a philosophy of life than a religion. Buddhists do not believe in "God" and "soul/spirit". Nirvana is the absolute "truth" which is non-conceptual and therefore ineffable. "

In contrast to all other monotheistic religions, the ultimate aim of an Buddhist monk or practising Buddhist is to break the infinite cycle of deaths and rebirths (SAMSARA), by attaining Nirvana or cessation of desire.
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Who is nirvana?

They were a grunge band from the early 90's. Although they weren't around for more than a few years, because the lead singer/guitarist, Kurt Cobain, commited suicide. Please

Where is Nirvana?

In Buddhist philosophy, Nirvana is not actually a place, but a state of being. It is essentially the state of enlightenment in which the individual has found the perfect peac

A state of everlasting peace called nirvana is a belief of what religion?

I believe it is Buddhism, they believe that everlasting peace (Nirvana) could be achieved by leading life the simplest way, and I think like some other things like begging (fo

What Nirvana is not?

Everything, Nirvana is not.. Anything that can be experienced, Nirvana is not.. No object of contemplation, Nirvana is.

What main religions seek nirvana?

Nirvana is a concept in Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism.

What religion is associated with Nirvana?

Buddhism : Freedom from the endless cycle of personal reincarnations, with their consequent suffering, as a result of the extinction of individual passion, hatred, and delusio

What religions believe in nirvana?

Buddhists, Jains and Hindus have Nirvana as a tenet of their beliefs.

What religion is most associated with Nirvana?

Hindus, Buddhists and Jaims all believe in Nirvana (subject todefinitions internal to the groups). As Hindus outnumber theBuddhists and Jains it could be said they are the one