Core beliefs of Buddhism

Similar to many of the world wide religions, Buddhism is divided into various of different traditions. Even so, most traditions share the same set of fundamental beliefs.

Reincarnation is one fundamental belief of Buddhism.  Reincarnation means people are reborn after dying, it is a cycle of birth, living, death and rebirth.

A buddhist who practices Bhuddism can easily differentiate between rebirth and reincarnation.  The concept of reincarnation means an individual can reappear repeatedly. In rebirth the individual does not return to earth as the same ever again, but instead is replaced by someone similar to take their place.

 After going through such cycles, if a person learns to let go of their attachment to desire, this person can attain Niravana. Nirvana, which is a state of liberation and freedom from all suffering.