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18 ordinations in India

Posted by Munisha on Wed, 21 October, 2015 - 21:06
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We are delighted to announce the ordinations of the following men at Hsuan Tsang Retreat centre, Bordharan, India, on 11th October 2015.

Public preceptor Amoghasiddhi
Private preceptor Amrutdeep

Y. K Jagatap from Thane becomes Pradnyaveer, which means “Wise hero”.
Private preceptor Nagaketu
Dhanaraj Dabrase from Katol becomes Karunaratna, which means “The jewel of compassion”.
Dattuji Gadage from Varud becomes Bodhinandan, which means “One who rejoices in Enlightenment”. 
Prakash Adhav from Varud becomes Tejomuni, which means “An illustrious sage”.
Dharmanand Manohare from Morshi becomes Prasannadarshi, which means “A faithful observer”
Private preceptor: Ratnashil
Sudhakar from Hyderabad becomes Buddharuchi, which means “One having the glory of Enlightenment”. 

Public preceptor Amrutdeep 
Private preceptor Adityabodhi

Vishwas Yelve from Khed becomes Amrutruchi, which means “One who is fond of deathless Nirvana, the one having luster of Nirvana”.
Siddharth Jagatap from Upanagar, Mumbai becomes Vimuktachitta, which means “The one of liberated mind”.
Arun Jadhav from Thane becomes Vajraditya, which means “The son of diamond-like wisdom”.
Private preceptor Yashosagar
Sangat Thorat from Pune camp becomes Shraddhadeep, which means “A lamp of faith”.
Subhash Sankapal from Pune camp becomes Anomaratna, which means “A supreme or excellent jewel”.
Private preceptor Anomadassi
Rajdatta Kasabe from Pune camp becomes Guhyajeta, which means “The winner of the inner treasure”.
Private preceptor Ratnashil

Public preceptor Adityabodhi
Private preceptor Amoghasiddhi

Sukhadeorao Maiskar from New Amraoti becomes Vimalachandra, which means “A stainless, spotless moon”.
Sharad Adhao from New Amraoti becomes Vimalasurya, which means “A stainless, spotless, pure sun”.
Ujwal Ramteke from North Nagpur becomes Prajnyadarshi, which means “One who observes with wisdom”.
Buddhapriya Khade from Bhadravati becomes Amaladarshin, which means “The one who observes the stainless, pure state of nirvana”.
Private preceptor Anomadassi
Pradeep Chawhan from Upanagar, Mumbai becomes Anomaraja, which means “A supreme king or excellent king”. 
Private preceptor Ratnashil
Satish Warbhuwan from Bhusawal becomes Aadyaratna, which means “First or leading jewel”.

Sadhu! Sadhu! Sadhu!

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