How did his experiences lead him to nirvana? The essential concepts of time and how it relates to life are discovered by Siddhartha through listening to the river. He lives with his father, who is a Brahmin, they live together in ancient India. The Brahman practices, like holy sacrifices, meditation, and deep reflection and discussion, have not pleased Siddhartha in his journey.
On the other hand one can read deeper into it and try to find meaning from the story. The difference must be seen, must be known, so that we can analyze all aspects of life.
It is based on how it makes someone feel, how someone thinks, but as seen throughout the world, not all people think the same things are right or just.
As Hermann Hesse illustrates in his novel Siddhartha, the journey to wisdom may be difficult. He decides to leave the world of the Brahmins to seek his own way. It tells the story of a young man who sets out to find his true self. Through his many realizations occurring in stages and phases, Siddhartha experienced emotional, mental and physical changes.
How do we cope with these feelings though? Appearance matters in a way that all objects of the world portray their story through their appearance.
By using various writing approaches to convey the theme of the novel, Hesse appeals to the readers' senses and aides them in grasping the novel.
While vast differences exist between the Greek and Indian values that shape their philosophies, they make similar assumptions as they attempt to make sense of the world.