Which one of the following describes best the concept of Nirvana in Buddhism?
Nirvana is the earliest and most common term used to describe the goal of the Buddhist path. This term means the extinction of craving, or the extinction of the fires of attachment, aversion and ignorance. In the Buddhist view, when these fires are extinguished, suffering comes to an end, and one is released from the cycle of rebirth.
The correct option is B.