Dernier ajout : 13 novembre 2015.
Billion-dollar plan to revive ancient Nalanda University as an intellectual and religious showcase has not caught the imagination or money of Southeast Asian nations.
It is virtually impossible to come across a scholar of international stature who had neither access to a regular education nor to libraries. Dharmanand Damodar Kosambi (1876-1947), a friend of Mahatma Gandhi who became a scholar of Pali and Buddhism, is in this sense unique.
The new Nalanda University now being planned to be rebuilt will soon provide momentum to the systematic study of Buddhism in India of various shades and nuances.
Buddha was smiling under his tree. Having reached awakening, ultimate and universal compassion, he can do nothing but smile. The buddhahood state is a bliss.
No matter if the weather is good or not,
No matter if the crisis is heavy on our shoulders,
No matter if paradise exists on earth.
It doesn’t make our life a hell either.
Nalanda, an ancient seat of learning destroyed in 1193, will rise again thanks to a Nobel-winning economist
Nalanda University will be revived but the Dalai Lama will have no association with the project to resurrect the ancient seat of Buddhist learning, an omission aimed at respecting China’s sensibilities.
An International Buddhist University will be established in Sanchi, India in the near future in accordance with a request made by Sri Lanka.
Buddhist monks in Sri Lanka plan to learn Tamil language to create greater harmony and heal the (...)
llawarra, Australia — Spiritual wisdom will be fused with studies in accounting and commerce, when Australia’s first Buddhist university opens its doors.