The Birth of the Buddha and Princely Life

This is an image from a comic book page. The text on the comic reads "While traveling, Queen Maya grasped a sala tree and gave birth in a garden in Lumbini, Nepal. The child emerged from her right side and took seven steps. This child is Siddhartha, the person we refer to as the Buddha. The queen died a few days after giving birth. Being a prince, Siddhartha's father, King Suddhodhana, had him trained in warfare, like archery. He was also educated in the arts, sciences and government. But due to the prophecy given by the wise men saying that Queen Maya's son would either be a great ruler or a holy man, King Suddhodhana kept Siddhartha within the city walls, to ensure he would only know of courtly life and grow up to be a king."