Nagpur: 22 June :- Nationalist Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University has set up a new mission in front of Indian society in the formation of a Buddhist study center. While searching for the whole world peace and happiness, it is going to be a new direction for the International Buddhist Learning Center to create peace and happiness, said the Vice-Chancellor of world famous Buddhist University in Thailand, Anil Shakya.
He was speaking as the chief guest at the concluding ceremony of the newly created architectural International Buddhist Conference on Buddhist Studies Center, organized by Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University’s International Buddhist Learning Center. Presidency President and Chief Convener of the Conference Dr. Puranchandra was mesham. Organizing Committee Dr. Krishna Kamble, Dr. Neeraj Bodhi, Dr. Vikas was present at the Jambulkar. Bhadan Anil Shakya said, This conference, organized by the International Buddhist Studies Center, Nagpur, which is sacred to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Buddhist dhamma, will create a new peaceful and harmonious atmosphere.
Nagak said that the meaning of the word is excellent, and the Nagpur city has introduced this excellence through excellence. Chief Convenor of the Council, Registrar Dr. Puranchandra Meshram has studied Buddhist study centers in India and abroad with the Buddhist study center and Dr. After adding Ambedkar ideology department, we would expect the Buddha to think at international level and study and research Ambedkar’s thoughts. In a two-day conference session, Dr. Krishna Kamble presented it. Operations Dr Keshav has done it. Thanks Dr. Development Jambhulkar believed. Presided over the concluding session of the conference, Yasdutt Alune, Dr. Malti Sugar, Dr. C. D. Naik played the role. As a guide in various sessions Dr. Pradeep Agalaive, Dr. Krishna Anand, Dr. Shailendra Lende guided. At the conference Dr. Jnanaditya Sakya, Dr. Talat Parveen, Dr. Mridul Nile, Dr. Harish Wankhede presented his thoughts. The conference was attended by a large number of researchers from China, Myanmar, Thailand, Germany, researchers, researchers, professors, thinkers, students and citizens of Buddhist philosophy.