The Great Realization of Siddhartha-From the Buddhuism Chapter is a great article about a buddha himself going through the book as well as how Buddhism actually works and what their rules and morals are. This connects with the book Siddhartha because Buddhism was one of the main religions that Siddhartha and Govinda went to for the Buddha's enlightened teachings. This also was a turning point for Govinda chose to separate from Siddhartha to join in this and become a monk.
This article talks about and explains the famous phrase of "Omm...." It talks about its origin, the many ways it means, and even how to do it and how it will effect your body! This is a great article because it explains why in the book it was such a powerful phrase to keep Siddhartha living and to not give up on his search. "Omm..." is to find enlightenment, to be in peace and tranquility. to find one with the universe....
This is a Quote that I found that reads at the top, "There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting". This Quote I feel connects to the story because it made me think; what if Siddhartha actually went through and killed himself? Then he would never be enlightened and find the meaning of life. Or is he chose to never leave his father and mother? Then he would have never experienced and learned everything he has from his journey throughout his life.
This Pintrest board shows many monks doing things for their teachings and shows that today people still practice this to be better in life, connect to nature, and even teach children this. You can visualize this way for what Govinda could have been doing during his time apart from Siddhartha being a monk along with his "brothers". It also shows that throughout time this continues from Siddhartha's timeline to modern days.
This song I found called "She is my sin" I feel relates best to how Kamala (Siddhartha's lover) effected Siddhartha to go back to the disgusting and sinful things that he was taught to not fall under of. One part of the song I feel fits most with their situation is, "I am the Fallen. You are what my sins enclose, lust is not as creative as its discovery".