On 2 March 2019 , PTP team and Khemadhamma visited Mahatma Jyotiba Fuley Learning Club at Chikhala Mines, Bhandara. On this day, the opening ceremony was organized by local staff. The Sarpanch and local activists helped to happend and participated in this programm.
Karuna has contributed to a new report just launched by a group of NGOs. The report has found that caste and other forms of “discrimination based on work and descent” (DWD) continues to be a barrier to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) outlined by the UN in 2015. This form of discrimination occurs in at least 20 countries and is often associated with slavery.
In 2017 Triratna’s Adhisthana kula undertook to offer training in ‘Restorative’ practice within Triratna, as part of a process of learning to go deeper with difficult conversations and revisiting and learning further from past mistakes.
“Restorative” practice, or process, is a methodology that can be used in many situations “to prevent conflict, build relationships and repair harm by enabling people to communicate effectively and positively”. Having developed from...
33 young people from Wardha, India, recently made a commitment to follow the Buddhist path in the context of the Triratna Buddhist Community during a Dhammamitra Diksha Ceremony. More than 500 people were present to witness the public declaration they made of their ‘Going for Refuge’ to the Three Jewels. Here is a short video by Triratna India Media about this event.
What we have is a very wonderful problem and the wonderful problem is that so many people are seeing the value of Buddhism in India and they are wanting to embrace Buddhism and the Buddhist path - and they are wanting to do that in their hundreds. But, of course, as we know, Buddhism is a path of practice. It requires careful study and training…it requires spiritual friendship. So who is going to meet these people?
On 10th November 2018 on behalf of National Network of Buddhist Youth (NNBY) paid the rich tribute to Bhante Sangharakshita at NNBY office mahendra nagar, Nagpur at 10.30am. Around 25 youths attended the event and gave their deliberation and also expressed the contribution given by Bhante. We also remembered the Bhantes 93 years contribution to the movement. We...
Paying tribute and rejoicing in the merits of Bhante Urgyen Sangharakshita’s life
Led by Dhammachari Vidyaruchi
1-9th November 2018, Saddhama Pradeep Retreat Centre
Bhante Urgyen Sangharakshita passed away on 30th October and it was great loss for the Triratna Community. For sometime, people were in shock and felt deeply sad. During such time it was our good fortune...
A very moving film of Bhante in India. Despite the constant attention and long train rides, he looks so delighted to see the Indian Buddhists. Let us continue his work in India in his memory with the India Dhamma Trust.
I hope the time will come when all Buddhists will consider themselves to be just Buddhists. We don’t want to be Hinayana or Mahayana Buddhists. We don’t want to be Indian or English Buddhists. We don’t want to be