Siddhartha learns much from both Kamaswami and Kamala. How does he view his interactions with both individuals? What value—if any—does he place on these lessons?
Siddhartha belongs to a socially and intellectually "superior" class of people, the Brahmins . However, he chooses to discard their teachings. He rejects the idea of being a disciple of the Buddha. He decides to pursue his spiritual journey to explore the essence of life. He has a series of encounters with many people, and each one of them...
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