Which Eastern sages were Pythagoras’ contemporaries?

In India: Sidharta Gautama (Buddha) – the creator of ethical philosophy (Buddhism), later transformed into a world religion. In China: Kun Qiu (Confucius) is a statesman and philosopher, the creator of political philosophy, which later replaced the state religion in China. At that time, Lao Tzu, the first natural philosopher of the Far East, also lived in China. Unfortunately, the synchronous ancient sages of Hellas, India and China did not have time to learn about the existence and discoveries of each other.

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