Dr. Ambedkar’s Ideology: Religion, Nationalism and Indian Constitution

Ram Puniyani Published in Issue VI, May 2015 In order to gain larger legitimacy, RSS has been making claims of sorts. One of that which was made few months... Read more »

Contours of Secularism

Irfan Engineer Published in Issue VI, May 2015 Triumphant and victorious in the 16th general elections for the Lok Sabha, the Hindu nationalists are attributing their victory as rejection... Read more »

Buddha Jayanti (Purnima) and Its Political Significance

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Published in Issue V, May 2015 There is no need to tell that Indians love festivals. They spend half of the year in festivity and religious rites.... Read more »

Buddhist Women As Agents of Change: Case Studies from Thailand and Indonesia

Dr Lai Suat Yan Published in Issue VI, May 2015 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — While in Thailand the majority of its population are adherents of the Theravada Buddhist ‘tradition’, in... Read more »

Buddhist Psychotherapy

Ruwan M Jayatunge Published in Issue VI, May 2015 Renowned Psychologists like William James, Carl Jung, and Eric Fromm saw much of value in Buddhist philosophy and its positive... Read more »

Doing only one thing at a moment – Living in present

Vivek Sakpal Published in Issue VI, May 2015 One of the most difficult skill of an individual is to live in the present moment. Every moment the human mind/brain/heart,... Read more »

Buddhism – The Philosophy, Practice and Challenges

Goldy M George Published in Issue VI, May 2015 The Prologue Buddhism originated in India and has been in existence for almost 2500 years, which later spread to various... Read more »

Editor’s Voice – Issue VI, May 2015

Greetings on Buddha Purnima! Buddha Purnima (Jayanti) is a Buddhist Festival that marks Gautam Buddha’s Birth, Enlightenment and Death. It is also known as Vesak Day and celebrated all... Read more »

Orientation Programme for Monks and Samaneras

(From 24th October to 1st November 2013) A workshop on “Orientation & Training Programme for Monks and Samaneras” was held from 24th October to 1st November 2013 at Dhamma... Read more »

International Conference on Dharma – Dhamma

The Centre for Study of Religion and Society (CSRS), India Foundation, New Delhi in collaboration with Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies, Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh had organised a 3 day... Read more »