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 112 CLASSICAL LANGUAGES including Classical Sanskrit. We are a Buddhist foundation based in 668, 5A Main Road, 8th Cross HAL 3rd Stage, Bangalore, Karnataka State, India and it is our goal to promote the Buddha Dhamma and to make the Teachings of Meditation in Buddha’s own words freely available to the general public. We do not favour any one school or sect over another, and all are afforded equal respect.Also to create the entire teachings of the Buddha in the latest 7D laser Hologram format for the welfare, happiness, peace to attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal. http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org WhatsApp 9449260443 SMS 9449835875 Emails: buddhasaid2us@gmail.com, kushinaranibbana@gmail.com ALL ARE WELCOME “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.” 29) Classical English,Roman, “Buddha was asked,”what have you gained from mediation?” He replied “NOTHING”! However let me tell you what i have lost: anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death.” How Did the Buddha Meditate? Here’s an interesting question: how did the Buddha himself meditate? Did he meditate the same before and after awakenment with awareness ? Did he even bother to meditate after his awakenment with awareness? It turns out to be not much a mystery at all. We pretty much know, and most of the story is given near the beginning of the SN 54. Concentration by mindfulness of breathing, when developed and cultivated, is of great fruit and benefit…I too, monks, before my awakenment with awareness, while I was still a bodhisatta, not yet fully awakened with awareness, generally dwelt in this dwelling. While I generally dwelt in this dwelling, neither my body nor my eyes became fatigued and my mind, by not clinging, was liberated from the taints. Therefore, monks, if a monk wishes: “May neither my body nor my eyes become fatigued and may my mind, by not clinging, be liberated from the taints,” this same concentration by mindfulness of breathing should be closely attended to. -SN 54.1.8 translation by Bhikkhu Bodhi So the Buddha’s practice before his awakenment with awareness was to hone his concentration (that is to say jhana practice) through mindfulness of breathing. What about after his awakenment with awareness? At some point long after his awakenment with awareness when the sangha was firmly in place, he informed his monks that he would be spending his Vassa (rains retreat) completely alone in solitary meditation. He didn’t want to see anyone except people bringing him alms food. I imagine it as sort of a sabbatical to recharge his energy for the next seasons teaching. So what did he do for those 3 months? Did he use psychic powers to zip around the universe checking out planets? (Note: this would be high on my list.) Here’s what he said: “If followers of other teachers ask how I spent my rains retreat, just tell them he mostly spent his rains retreat in the concentration that comes from mindfulness of breathing.” (SN 54.2.1) Before awakenment with awareness, concentration practice through mindfulness of breathing, after awakenment with awareness concentration practice through mindfulness of breathing. As they say, if it’s good enough for the Buddha… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVKK-WVW2uw&t=41s The Awakenment Of The Buddha TrueTube Published on Feb 4, 2014 Why do we get old, get ill and die? How can we escape from suffering? The story of how Prince Siddhartha Gautama left a life of luxury to embark on a search for the answers, and how he eventually became the Buddha — the Enlightened One. Animation by Ceiren Bell Category Education About This Website youtube.com The Enlightenment Of The Buddha Why do we get old, get ill and die? How can we escape from suffering? The… https://www.youtube.com/watch… https://www.successconsciousness.com/buddha_quotes.htm Buddha was born as prince Siddhartha Gautama, in northern India, in a place, which now is part of Nepal. His exact lifetime is uncertain, but most historians date his lifetime from 563 BC to 483 BC. The meaning of the word Buddha is “The Awakened One with Awareness”, and refers to one who has become awakened with awareness Buddha Quotes on Peace and Meditation 1. “Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.” 2. “You will always be getting praise and blame, but do not let either affect the poise of the mind.” 3. “Inward calm cannot be maintained unless physical strength is constantly and intelligently replenished.” 4. “Do not overrate what you have received, nor envy others. He who envies others does not obtain peace of mind.” 5. “Those who have destroyed the roots of jealousy have peace of mind always.” 6. “Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace.” 7. “A man is not called wise because he talks and talks again; but is he peaceful, loving and fearless then he is in truth called wise.” 8. “Meditation brings wisdom; lack of meditation leaves ignorance. Know well what leads you forward and what hold you back, and choose the path that leads to wisdom.” 9. “Meditate. Live purely. Be quiet. Do your work with mastery. Like the moon, come out from behind the clouds! Shine.” 10. “If you are quiet enough, you will hear the flow of the universe. You will feel its rhythm. Go with this flow. Happiness lies ahead. Meditation is key.” About This Website youtube.com Buddham sarnam gachhami (sweet song) A butifull song and agreat story of buddha TPS Learning Published on Oct 16, 2018 A butifull song and agreat story of buddha Category People & Blogs About This Website simplesuttas.wordpress.com How Did the Buddha Meditate? Here’s an interesting question: how did the Buddha himself meditate? Did… 29) Classical English,Roman,60) Classical Lao-ຄລາສສິກລາວ,61) Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin,62) Classical Latvian-Klasiskā latviešu valoda,63) Classical Lithuanian-Klasikinė lietuvių kalba,64) Classical Luxembourgish-Klassesch Lëtzebuergesch,
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We are a Buddhist foundation based in 668, 5A Main Road, 8th Cross HAL 3rd Stage, Bangalore,
Karnataka State, India and it is our goal to promote the Buddha Dhamma
and to make the Teachings of Meditation in Buddha’s own words freely
available to the general public. We do not favour any one school or sect
over another, and all are afforded equal respect.Also to create the
entire teachings of the Buddha in the latest 7D laser Hologram format
for the welfare, happiness, peace to attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal.

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“When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”

“Buddha was asked,”what have you gained from mediation?”
He replied “NOTHING”! However let me tell you what i have lost: anger,
anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death.”

How Did the Buddha Meditate?


Here’s an interesting question: how did the Buddha himself meditate?
Did he meditate the same before and after awakenment with awareness ?
Did he even bother to meditate after his awakenment with awareness? It
turns out to be not much a mystery at all. We pretty much know, and most
of the story is given near the beginning of the SN 54.


Concentration by mindfulness of breathing, when developed and
cultivated, is of great fruit and benefit…I too, monks, before my
awakenment with awareness, while I was still a bodhisatta, not yet fully
awakened with awareness, generally dwelt in this dwelling. While I
generally dwelt in this dwelling, neither my body nor my eyes became
fatigued and my mind, by not clinging, was liberated from the taints.
Therefore, monks, if a monk wishes: “May neither my body nor my eyes
become fatigued and may my mind, by not clinging, be liberated from the
taints,” this same concentration by mindfulness of breathing should be
closely attended to.

-SN 54.1.8 translation by Bhikkhu Bodhi


So the Buddha’s practice before his awakenment with awareness was to
hone his concentration (that is to say jhana practice) through
mindfulness of breathing. What about after his awakenment with
awareness?

At some point long after his awakenment with awareness
when the sangha was firmly in place, he informed his monks that he
would be spending his Vassa (rains retreat) completely alone in solitary
meditation. He didn’t want to see anyone except people bringing him
alms food. I imagine it as sort of a sabbatical to recharge his energy
for the next seasons teaching. So what did he do for those 3 months? Did
he use psychic powers to zip around the universe checking out planets?
(Note: this would be high on my list.) Here’s what he said: “If
followers of other teachers ask how I spent my rains retreat, just tell
them he mostly spent his rains retreat in the concentration that comes
from mindfulness of breathing.” (SN 54.2.1)

Before awakenment
with awareness, concentration practice through mindfulness of breathing,
after awakenment with awareness concentration practice through
mindfulness of breathing. As they say, if it’s good enough for the
Buddha…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVKK-WVW2uw&t=41s

The Awakenment Of The Buddha


Published on Feb 4, 2014

Why
do we get old, get ill and die? How can we escape from suffering? The
story of how Prince Siddhartha Gautama left a life of luxury to embark
on a search for the answers, and how he eventually became the Buddha —
the Enlightened One. Animation by Ceiren Bell





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Here’s an interesting question: how did the Buddha himself meditate? Did…
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4th February 1956 in SC/ST History – Dr. Ambedkar renamed “Janata” newspaper as “Pradbuddha Bharat”


During his lifetime Dr. Ambedkar started many newspapers and magazines.
In 1930, Dr. Ambedkar started a journal named, “Janata (The People)”.
This magazine lived for 26 years. After that the magazine’s name was
changed to “Prabuddha Bharat (Enlightened India)” on 04 February 1956.
The names of the magazine which Dr. Ambedkar published had the
reflection and the emphasis of the direction of his movement at a
particular time. He changed the name of Janata to Prabuddha Bharat when
he was in the process of launching the massive historic conversion to
Buddhism.
Check also – 4th February in Dalit History – Dr. Ambedkar met Gandhi in Yervada Jail

















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4th February in SC/ST History – Dr. Ambedkar met Gandhi in Yervada Jail

04 February 1933: Dr. Ambedkar met Gandhi in Yervada Jail[2].


Dr. Ambedkar was accompanied by S N Shivtarkar, Dolas, Upsaham, Kowly,
Ghorpade and Keshavrao Jedhe. In a happy mood Gandhi got up and welcomed
the visitors.

After a while, the conversation turned to the
question of temple entry. Gandhi requested Dr. Ambedkar to lend this
support to the Dr. Subbarayan’s Bill and that of Ranga Iyer. Dr.
Ambedkar flatly refused to have anything to do with Subbaraya’s Bill,
since the Bill did not condemn untouchability as a sin. It only said
that if a referendum favored the temple entry, temples should be thrown
open to the Depressed Classes, but nothing of the right to worship the
deity in the temples. He told Gandhi that the Depressed Classes did not
want to be Shudras in the order of the caste system and added that he
honestly could not call himself a Hindu. Why, he asked, he should be
proud of the religion which condemned him to be a degraded position. If
that system was to continue, he had no use of the benefits of the temple
entry. Gandhi said that according to him, the caste system was not a
bad system. He continued: “Let the touchable Hindus have an opportunity
to expiate their sins and purify Hinduism. Do not be indifferent to this
question. If the reformation takes place, the Untouchables would rise
in society.” Dr. Ambedkar differed from Gandhi. He was convinced that if
the Untouchables made progress in the economic, educational and
political filed, temple entry would follow automatically.

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Discussing the propriety of two Bills – Dr. Subbarayan’s Bill and Ranga Iyer’s Bill.


Dr. Ambedkar: The one-paragraph Bill (Dr. Subbarayan’s Bill) is a very
simple one. It’s fair point lies in admitting that this custom is
immoral. There is no such admission in the second Bill (Ranga Iyer’s).

M K Gandhi: No, it is there in its preamble.

Dr. Ambedkar: But it is not clear…. I also think that the two Bills do not go together…


M K Gandhi: The one-paragraph Bill is certainly superior to the other.
But the other lengthier Bill was brought forward because the first one
could not be introduced in the Provincial Legislature. There is no
contradiction in the two Bills. In one Bill untouchability ceases to be a
disability and the law refuses to accept the argument based on
untouchability. As a result of the second Bill, temple authorities are
obliged to take steps under certain circumstances. If we can get both
the Bills passed the trustees will not be able to put up any kind of
obstacle. I take it upon myself to have all the temples opened within
one month if we could get both the Bills passed. The sanatanists would
prefer the second Bill. But speaking as a sincere sanatanist I would
prefer the first Bill.

Dr. Ambedkar: …Now the Government will
have to issue orders against the sanatanists under Section 144 because
they would be regarded as interfering with untouchables’ rights.

M K Gandhi: However, I want you now to emphatically proclaim your ideas in very clear words.


Dr. Ambedkar: …As far as we are concerned we have no immediate concern
other thansecuring political power… and that alone is the solution of
our problem… We want our social status raised in the eyes of the savarna
Hindus. There is another point of view also. The object of this effort
could be that you want the depressed classes to be retained in the Hindu
religion, in which case I am inclined to believe that it is not
sufficient in the present awakened state of the depressed classes… If I
call myself a Hindu I am obliged to accept that by birth I belong to a
low caste. Hence I think I must ask the Hindus to show me some sacred
authority, which would rule out this feeling of lowliness. If it cannot
be I should say goodbye to Hinduism… I am not going to be satisfied with
measures, which would merely bring some relief… I don’t want to be
crushed by your charity.

M K Gandhi: I have nothing to say if you
have come with a final decision that you are not going to move your
little finger to have this Bill passed.

Dr. Ambedkar: We have not made any decision. However, I have shown you how my mind is working.

M K Gandhi: I told you that I could have nothing to say if you have already taken a decision.


Dr. Ambedkar: We cannot ask the savarna Hindus to decide for themselves
whether or not we are a part of them. You ought to demonstrate your
determination by getting these Bills passed.

M K Gandhi: I am not
asking you to do anything. I never wanted the depressed people to go on
their knees to the savarna Hindus and ask them to get these Bills
passed. Unfortunately, the solution of this problem is in the hands of a
third power, which is in a position to mend or worsen the situation.

Dr. Ambedkar: I can set right the thing.


M K Gandhi: That is right. Of course I agree with you that it does not
behove your dignity to approach the Hindus. I take the position—you
might remember since I made the speech at the Round Table
Conference—that we should atone for this. If you repudiate us and go
away I would think that we only deserved it.

Dr. Ambedkar: The
Bill mentions temple-entry but it makes no mention of entry into the
sanctum sanctorum. Will they let a member of the depressed community
place flowers on the idol, or will they let him offer a tray containing
oblations? Malaviyaji has already declared that question of offering
puja does not arise.

M K Gandhi: Temple-entry is meant for puja
if anything. But if the language of the Bill is not right it can be
amended and we can say ‘entry for the purpose of puja’. It seems there
has been some misunderstanding somewhere in the case of Malaviyaji. He
would not say what you attribute to him. Flowers, sweets or any other
offerings from Harijans will surely be accepted. So we two agree on this
point that there is no question of your imploring the savarna Hindus.
When some savarna Hindus tell me that Harijans do not want to enter the
temples I ask them to throw open the temple doors for the Harijans
whether or not they wish to come in. They ought to have the satisfaction
that they have done their duty. They ought to discharge the debt, which
they owe whether the creditor keeps it or throws it into the gutter.
But I must say that you ought not to say that you are not a Hindu. In
accepting the Poona Pact you accept the position that you are Hindus.

Dr. Ambedkar: I have accepted only the political aspect of it.

M K Gandhi: You cannot escape the situation that you are Hindus in spite of your statement to the contrary.

Dr. Ambedkar: We ask of you that our silence should not be misconstrued. After that I accept your point.


M K Gandhi: I go one step further. You will not be able to go ahead a
single step unless you maintain your position absolutely correct. I
regard temple-entry as a spiritual matter through which everything else
will bear fruit.

Dr. Ambedkar: The Hindu mind does not work in a
rational way. They have no objection to the untouchables touching them
on the railway and other public places. Why do they object to it only in
the case of temples?

M K Gandhi: We are well caught on this
point. I take up the question of temple-entry first of all because these
people want to cling to untouchability in the temples. Many sanatanist
Hindus say that they would admit Harijans in schools and public places
but not in temples. I ask them to grant the Harijans equal status before
God. It will raise their status.

Dr. Ambedkar: Supposing we are lucky in the case of temple-entry, will they let us fetch water from the wells?

M K Gandhi: Sure. This is bound to follow it. And it is also very easy.

04 February 1956: “Janata” was renamed as “Pradbuddha Bharat”


In 1930, Dr. Ambedkar started a journal named, “Janata (The People)”.
This magazine lived for 26 years. After that the magazine’s name was
changed to “Prabuddha Bharat (Enlightened India)” on 04 February 1956.
The names of the magazine which Dr. Ambedkar published had the
reflection and the emphasis of the direction of his movement at a
particular time. He changed the name of Janata to Prabuddha Bharat when
he was in the process of launching the massive historic conversion to
Buddhism.

[1] Dr. T Sundararaman, Savitribai Phule First Memorial Lecture series, book, 2008, NCERT, pg 20-21


[2] The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi– Appendix X Volume 59: 13
January 1933 – 9 March 1933; From Gujarati: Mahadevbhaini Diary, Vol.
III, pp. 117-122



















https://www.buddhistdoor.net/fea…/living-dr-ambedkars-vision
Each year in October, throngs of SC/STs, members of India’s All
Awakened Aboriginal Societies the so called “untouchable” Scheduled
Castes, across the subcontinent undergo a deeksha (initiation ceremony)
to formally convert i.e., returning back to their own homes Buddhism.
These mass conversions are organized to coincide with celebrations to
commemorate the historic events of 14 October 1956, when Dr. B. R.
Ambedkar (1891–1956), affectionately known as Babasaheb, formally
severed ties with Hinduism, declaring: “Even though I was born in the
Hindu religion, I will not die in the Hindu religion.” After taking
refuge in the Triple Gem of the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Sangha, and
receiving the Five Precepts (Pali: Pancasila) from the monk U
Chandramani Mahathera, Dr. Ambedkar turned to the more than 400,000 of
his followers present and delivered the Three Refuges and an additional
22 vows, heralding the rise of a new Buddhist movement—one that
continues to impact the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in
India and beyond.

Nowhere is this momentous event more celebrated
than in the city of Nagpur where millions of SC/ST Buddhists from all
over India rally at Deekshaboomi, the site of the original conversion.
But Nagpur is also significant as the site of Nagaloka, an institution
dedicated to Dr. Ambedkar’s vision and home to the Triratna Buddhist
Community (TBC). This is the Indian wing of the international Triratna
Buddhist Order (formerly known as Friends of the Western Buddhist
Order), a well-established Buddhist movement that was originally founded
by Sangharakshita, an English Buddhist who lived in India for 20
years.*
With millions of SC/ST Buddhists spread across India, the
TBC needed a place that would serve both as training center for
imparting Dr. Ambedkar’s message and also as a focal point for Buddhist
social activists from India and around the world. In 1992, with the
support of friends from Europe, Taiwan, and the US, the TBC embarked on a
plan to build Nagaloka, an international Buddhist center just outside
Nagpur.

Spread over 15 acres, the heart of the Nagaloka campus is
the Nagarjuna Training Institute (NTI), so named because tradition has
it that the great Buddhist master Nagarjuna lived in the area. The aim
of the NTI is to train young people in Buddhist teachings and practices,
and to inspire them with Dr. Ambedkar’s vision—a path for the
transformation of the individual and society through Buddhism.


Since 2002, more than 1,000 students from 24 states in India have
participated in the one-year residential training program at the NTI.
The course covers instruction in meditation, Dharma, social work, and
mobilizing communities. Upon graduation, the students band together as
the NTI Alumni, a network of young men and women passionately committed
to fulfilling Dr. Ambedkar’s vision of Prabuddha Bharat, an enlightened
India based on Buddhist values, and on social, economic, and political
justice.

Meditation is an integral part of the training at the NTI. Image courtesy of Nagaloka


In Dr. Ambedkar’s vision, this awakened with awareness India is a
society free from sorrow, suffering, and discrimination, pervaded by
compassion and an understanding of the interconnectedness of all that
exists. In this society, there is respect for fundamental human rights
and for the dignity of all, regardless of social status. The bedrock for
establishing such a just society are the values of liberty, equality,
and fraternity—values that Dr. Ambedkar saw as key elements in the
teachings of the Buddha.

The realization of Prabuddha Bharat is
no easy task. While there are a significant number of Dr. Ambedkar’s
followers in the state of Maharashtra, in many other parts of India,
they are scattered and isolated. India is a hugely diverse nation; each
state is distinct in its own way, often having its own culture,
language, and even script. In almost every village, there exists
discrimination at many levels, not only against untouchables, but also
other lower castes and tribal communities. Untouchables make up about 16
per cent of India’s population, but other lower castes and tribal
communities, who also suffer persecution, together comprise 63 per cent
of the nation’s total population.**

Deekshaboomi in Nagpur, the site of Dr. Ambedkar’s conversion. Image courtesy of DharmaJiva


The members of the NTI Alumni form an all-India network of Dhamma
workers and supporters with one common goal. In spite of their many
difficult conditions and lack of resources, they engage in social
activism, running schools, hostels, community centers, retreats, and
Dhamma classes, and provide support for those who want to throw off the
shackles of caste and untouchability.

One such example is
Jayasridhar Shanmugam from Tamil Nadu, who was among the NTI’s first
students. After the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, he
observed that Dalit children affected by the tsunami were discriminated
against during local and international relief and rehabilitation
efforts. With the help of his family and friends, Shanmugam initiated
Sakya Home, a project to provide a safe haven for these children. Now in
its 12th year, Sakya Home has expanded to accommodate marginalized
non-Dalit children from different districts in Tamil Nadu. Many of these
children are orphans, or come from dysfunctional families affected by
domestic violence and alcoholism, or from very poor landless families.

Jayasridhar founded the Sakya Home in response to the discrimination faced by
Dalit children after the 2004 tsunami. Image courtesy of Sakya Home


“These children come from backgrounds where there is nothing,” said
Jayasridhar. “What we try to do is give them an advantage through proper
care and education. We try to ensure that they attain strong physical,
mental, and psychological well-being. For these underprivileged
children, who have been deprived of education for centuries due to
caste-based discrimination, they now get the chance to go to the nearby
government school.”

Some of the children have graduated from high
school and have joined engineering colleges and technical institutes.
Jayasridar is proud to state that so far the hostel has produced
engineers, diploma graduates, technical graduates, teachers, and nurses.
Certainly, such achievements would not have been possible if these
students had remained in their respective villages.

This
community centre run by the NTI provides preschool education and
childcare facilities for poor SC/ST families. Image courtesy of Nagaloka


Jayasridhar adds: “These children are the role models of empowerment
through education for their communities. Through benefiting the
students, the hostel plays a major role in the empowerment of all
marginalized sections of society in general, and SC/STs in particular.”

The Musahar community in Bihar occupies the lowest rung of India’s social ladder. Image courtesy of Nagaloka


In Bodh Gaya in Bihar, where the historical Buddha, Shakyamuni, is said
to have attained enlightenment, yet which is also one of the most
backward states in India, there are three SC/ST communities, some living
in conditions of extreme degradation. Although there are perhaps 70
Buddhist viharas from 20 different countries in Bodh Gaya, they do
little to help. NTI alumnus Upendra Paswan works with the Musahars, a
socially marginalized community at the bottom rung of India’s
hierarchical social structure. They suffer tremendously and many are
reduced to eating rats (”Musahar” means “rat eaters” in the Bhojpuri
language). In a small community center, Upendra provides a basic
education to 40 children who are kept out of state-run schools due to
poverty. Fortunately, Upendra is not alone. There are 18 young people
from the Bodh Gaya area who have trained at the NTI and are now living
as a community at the Triratna Centre there, helping to elevate the
lives of other Dalits through Dhamma education and social work.

Dalit girls in their colorful outfits attend an international gathering
at Nagaloka. Image courtesy of NagalokaDalit girls in their colorful
outfits attend an international gathering at Nagaloka. Image courtesy of
Nagaloka

In Odisha, one of India’s most underprivileged states,
Biranchi runs tuition classes in the village of Tentulkhunti for 40
students from Grades 1–9 to help them improve their grades and pass
their end-of-semester exams. He also encourages parents of the students
to participate in weekly Dhamma classes. To create awareness of the
importance of cleanliness and hygiene, Biranchi even took the initiative
to organize a village meeting and convinced the villagers to pass a
resolution under which anyone found relieving themselves in public areas
is subject to a fine of 200 rupees. To enforce the rule, Biranchi and
three friends patrolled the area during the night for a week. Eventually
the practice of defecating in the open stopped.

Abhaya, another
NTI graduate, gathered 35 girls and started sewing classes alongside
meditation and Dhamma workshops to help them overcome their shyness and
inhibition. Today she has a confident group of girls from different
communities who have overcome their caste biases to interact with others
and who are proud to show off the salwar suits they have sewn for
themselves.

It is not only SC/STs who have benefitted from the
NTI. Chakma*** Buddhists come from Bangladesh, having fled
discrimination and persecution. They live as refugees in northeast India
in extremely adverse conditions, and suffer severe restrictions and
violence. Eleven young people from this community have trained at the
NTI and some have been able to further their education.

NTI Alumni 2015. Image courtesy of NagalokaNTI Alumni 2015. Image courtesy of Nagaloka


Undeniably, the legacy of Dr. Ambedkar is not without criticism or
contradiction, yet 60 years after his conversion, his vision is kept
alive in the heart of Nagaloka, bringing light to many who would
otherwise live in darkness. The courageous NTI alumni have broken down
barriers, lifted themselves out of the grime, and have in turn dedicated
themselves to transforming and uplifting the lives of the many others
living in squalid conditions who continue to be subjected to oppression.
In truth, NTI graduates are simply following the mission set forth by
the Buddha himself—to serve for the welfare and happiness of the many.
Bahujana Hitaya, Bahujana Sukhaya!****

* Sangharakshita was much
inspired by Dr. Ambedkar, whom he met on three occasions. When Dr.
Ambedkar passed away just two months after converting to Buddhism,
Sangharakshita took upon himself the responsibility to help this new
Buddhist movement in India. In 1967, he set up an order that is
committed to realizing Ambedkar’s vision of the Dharma as a means of
personal and social transformation. (http://www.tbmsg.org/)

** http://www.inebnetwork.org/attachments/files/NTI%20Final.pdf

*** A Tibeto-Burman people of Bangladesh and Northeast India

**** For the welfare of the many, for the happiness of the many!

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Buddha Purnima special: Three reasons why Ambedkar embraced Buddhism i.e returned back to his own home
The most popular view among scholars is the fact that Buddhism was seen as the most modern and rational religion by Ambedkar.

Ambedkar believed that the only way the SC/STs could find a place for
themselves in Indian society was by way of conversion. Express archive
photo

October 14, 1956 was clearly an important moment in SC/ST
history. On this day, B R Ambedkar along with 365,000 of his SC/ST
followers decided to exit the folds of Hinduism and embraced Buddhism.
Ambedkar’s conversion to Buddhism marked a moment when SC/STs in the
country got a new impetus and a voice that was hitherto constrained by
the four-fold varna system dominating Hinduism ie., brahmins in general
and the chitpavan brahmins of Rowdy Rakshasa Swayam Sevaks (RSS) in
particular as 1st rate athmas (souls), the kshatrias, Vysias, Shudras as
2nd, 3rd, 4th rate souls and the Ati Shudras the Awakened Aboriginal
SC/STs as having no soul at all so that any atrocities can be committed
on them. But the Buddha never believed in any soul. He said all are
equal. Ambedkar had long been frustrated by the basic tenets of
Hinduism, and considered the inherent characteristics of the religion,
particularly the caste system to be a bigger threat to freedom in Indian
society than that of the British. Unlike Mahatma Gandhi, who considered
the internal reform of the caste system to be the way forward, Ambedkar
believed that the only way the SC/STs could find a place for themselves
in Indian society was by way of conversion i.e, returning back to their
own original homes Buddhism.

In May, 1936 Ambedkar addressed a
huge gathering of Mahars in Mumbai, where he declared his ideas on
conversion, and why he considered it to be the best route towards
emancipation. “I tell you all very specifically, religion is for man and
not man for religion. To get human treatment, convert i.e, return back
to your own original homes Buddhism. yourselves,” said Ambedkar. However
his switch to Buddhism was hardly impromptu. He spent the next 20 years
contemplating on which religion would suit his requirements best. He
dismissed the idea of converting to Islam or Christianity, because of
the foreignness attached to them. He chose Buddhism after a long drawn
out process of contemplation on the religion, and in fact came out with
his own version of the Buddhist Dhamma, where he modified those aspects
of Buddhism which he considered as not aligning with the overall
rationality, inherent of the religion.

Dikshabhumi, a stupa at the site in Nagpur, where Ambedkar embraced Buddhism along with many of his followers.

Unfortunately, Ambedkar did not live long thereafter to practice
Buddhism and passed away just two months after his official conversion.
Since his death, scholars have for decades tried to reflect upon
Ambedkar’s reasons for conversion, and his choice of Buddhism in
particular. Here are three major reasons that scholars have contemplated
as being the cause behind Ambedkar’s shift to Buddhism.

Political protest

Ambedkar had for long demanded separate electorates for the
untouchables, as a measure of protection against rule of the Hindu
majority. After much agitation however, he yielded to give up on his
demands in the Poona Pact of 1932, which was signed by Ambedkar along
with Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya to break Gandhi’s protest against the
separate electorate demand aimed at his frustration at being unable to
get separate electorates for the untouchables.

Life long battle against Hinduism

Ambedkar’s first experience of caste-based segregation happened when he
was in school. Since then he grew up battling the oppressions of the
caste system at every stage of his life, despite acquiring educational
qualifications from across the globe. Several historians have been of
the understanding that Ambedkar’s conversion to Buddhism needs to be
seen as a product of his life experience and the cultural influences on
him.

As per Ambedkar, Hinduism had failed to secure basic human
rights. “The Hindu society does not give equality of treatment, but the
same is easily achieved by conversion,” said Ambedkar in his speech in
Mumbai.

Further, during his growing up years, there were a number
of cultural icons that went on to influence his decision. For instance,
as discussed by Gauri Vishwanathan, the 12th century SC martyre of
South India, Nandanar had a strong influence on him. He had inaugurated a
tradition of protest from below regarding right to worship for the
untouchables. One other historical figure who had an impact on Ambedkar
was king Ashoka, whose conversion to Buddhism after the battle of
Kalinga is known to have initiated an era of tolerance and service for
humanity.

Buddhism as a project of modernity

The most
popular view among scholars is the fact that Buddhism was seen as the
most modern and rational religion by Ambedkar. The strongest proponent
of this theory is religion studies specialist, Christopher Queen. By
converting to Buddhism, Queen suggested, Ambedkar fulfilled one of the
most basic requirements of attaining modernity- the exercise of
individual choice based on reason and historical consciousness. As per
this theory, Ambedkar, after much contemplation chose Buddhism as the
religion that met his complex requirements of reason, morality and
justice. “The appeal of Buddha’s dhamma for Ambedkar was, its emphasis
on rational choice,” wrote Gauri Vishwanathan.

The Buddha teaching the Four Noble Truths. Sanskrit manuscript. Nālandā, Bihar, India. (Wikimedia Commons)

In fact, Ambedkar’s idea of Buddhism was considered to be more modern
than the ancient form of Buddhism. “The Buddhism of Ambedkar’s late
writings recasts the central tenets of ancient Buddhism,” wrote Queen in
1996. He went on to dismiss certain parts of Buddhism, particularly the
aspect of the ‘four noble truths’ which he believed was a later
addition to Buddha’s teachings due to the influences of Hinduism. Some
scholars have gone on to argue that Ambedkar’s idea of Buddhism
contained within it, the basic values linked to the French revolution,
that being liberty, equality and fraternity.

While scholars
continued to debate on Ambedkar’s motives regarding his conversion, what
was certain was the momentum it gave to both the SC/ST movement and
Buddhism in India. As recorded by the census during the decades of 1950s
and 60s, as a result of the mass conversions of SC/STs following that
of Ambedkar, the number of Buddhists in India increased from 141,426 in
1951 to 3,206,142 in 1961. The process continues.
























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29) ພາສາອັງກິດຄລາສສິກ, ພາສາໂລມັນ,

“ ພຣະພຸດທະອົງຖືກຖາມ,” ທ່ານໄດ້ຮັບຫຍັງຈາກການໄກ່ເກ່ຍ?”
ລາວຕອບວ່າ “ບໍ່ເປັນຫຍັງ”! ເຖິງຢ່າງໃດກໍ່ຕາມຂ້ອຍຂໍບອກເຈົ້າວ່າຂ້ອຍໄດ້ສູນເສຍຫຍັງ: ຄວາມໂກດແຄ້ນ,
ຄວາມກັງວົນ, ເສົ້າໃຈ, ຄວາມບໍ່ ໝັ້ນ ຄົງ, ຄວາມຢ້ານກົວຂອງຄວາມເຖົ້າແລະຄວາມຕາຍ.”

ພະພຸດທະເຈົ້າໄດ້ສະມາທິແນວໃດ?


ນີ້ແມ່ນ ຄຳ ຖາມທີ່ ໜ້າ ສົນໃຈ: ພະພຸດທະເຈົ້າເອງໄດ້ສະມາທິແນວໃດ?
ລາວໄດ້ນັ່ງສະມາທິຄືເກົ່າກ່ອນແລະຫລັງຕື່ນຂື້ນດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້ບໍ?
ລາວໄດ້ລົບກວນໃນການນັ່ງສະມາທິຫລັງຈາກການຕື່ນຕົວຂອງລາວດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້ບໍ?
ມັນເບິ່ງຄືວ່າມັນບໍ່ແມ່ນຄວາມລຶກລັບຫຍັງເລີຍ. ພວກເຮົາຮູ້ຫຼາຍແລ້ວ,
ແລະບົດເລື່ອງສ່ວນໃຫຍ່ແມ່ນໃຫ້ໃນຕອນເລີ່ມຕົ້ນຂອງ SN 54.


ຄວາມເຂັ້ມຂຸ້ນໂດຍຄວາມນຶກຄິດຂອງການຫາຍໃຈ, ເມື່ອພັດທະນາແລະປູກຝັງ, ມັນເປັນ
ໝາກ ໄມ້ແລະຜົນປະໂຫຍດທີ່ຍິ່ງໃຫຍ່…ຂ້ອຍຄືກັນ, ພະສົງ,
ກ່ອນການຕື່ນຕົວຂອງຂ້ອຍດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້, ໃນຂະນະທີ່ຂ້ອຍຍັງເປັນພະໂພທິສັດ,
ຍັງບໍ່ທັນຕື່ນຕົວເຕັມໄປດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້, ໂດຍທົ່ວໄປອາໄສຢູ່ໃນເຮືອນນີ້.
ໃນຂະນະທີ່ຂ້າພະເຈົ້າໂດຍທົ່ວໄປອາໄສຢູ່ໃນບ່ອນຢູ່ອາໃສນີ້,
ທັງຮ່າງກາຍແລະຕາຂອງຂ້າພະເຈົ້າບໍ່ມີຄວາມເມື່ອຍລ້າແລະຈິດໃຈຂອງຂ້າພະເຈົ້າ,
ໂດຍບໍ່ຍຶດຕິດ, ໄດ້ຖືກປົດປ່ອຍອອກຈາກການທາສີ. ເພາະສະນັ້ນ, ພະສົງ,
ຖ້າພະສົງປາດຖະ ໜາ ວ່າ:“
ຢ່າໃຫ້ຮ່າງກາຍແລະຕາຂອງຂ້ອຍເມື່ອຍລ້າແລະຈິດໃຈຂອງຂ້ອຍຈະບໍ່ພົ້ນຈາກຄວາມຕະລົກ,”
ຄວາມເຂັ້ມຂຸ້ນດຽວກັນນີ້ຂອງການຫາຍໃຈສະຕິຄວນຈະເອົາໃຈໃສ່.

-SN 54.1.8 ແປໂດຍ Bhikkhu Bodhi

ດັ່ງນັ້ນການປະຕິບັດຂອງພະພຸດທະເຈົ້າກ່ອນການຕື່ນຕົວຂອງລາວດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້ແມ່ນການເລັ່ງຄວາມເຂັ້ມຂົ້ນຂອງລາວ
(ນັ້ນແມ່ນການເວົ້າເຖິງການປະຕິບັດຂອງຈານາ) ໂດຍຜ່ານສະຕິຂອງການຫາຍໃຈ.
ຈະເປັນແນວໃດຫຼັງຈາກການຕື່ນຂື້ນຂອງລາວດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້?


ໃນບາງເວລາດົນນານຫລັງຈາກການຕື່ນຂື້ນຂອງລາວດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້ໃນເວລາທີ່ພະສົງສາມະເນນໄດ້ຕັ້ງໄວ້ຢ່າງ
ແໜ້ນ ແຟ້ນ, ລາວໄດ້ແຈ້ງໃຫ້ພະສົງຂອງລາວຮູ້ວ່າລາວຈະໃຊ້ເວລາ Vassa ຂອງລາວ
(ລະດູຝົນ) ຢ່າງດຽວໃນການສະມາທິໂດດດ່ຽວ.
ລາວບໍ່ຕ້ອງການເຫັນໃຜຍົກເວັ້ນຄົນທີ່ເອົາອາຫານລາວໄປໃຫ້ລາວ.
ຂ້າພະເຈົ້າຈິນຕະນາການວ່າມັນແມ່ນການຈັດແຈງພະລັງງານຂອງລາວ ສຳ
ລັບການສິດສອນລະດູການຕໍ່ໄປ. ສະນັ້ນລາວໄດ້ເຮັດຫຍັງ 3 ເດືອນ? ລາວໄດ້ໃຊ້ ອຳ
ນາດທາງຈິດບໍລິວານເພື່ອກວດເບິ່ງດາວເຄາະບໍ? (ໝາຍ ເຫດ:
ມັນຈະສູງໃນລາຍຊື່ຂອງຂ້ອຍ.) ນີ້ແມ່ນສິ່ງທີ່ລາວເວົ້າວ່າ:“
ຖ້າຜູ້ຕິດຕາມຂອງຄູຄົນອື່ນໆຖາມວ່າຂ້ອຍໃຊ້ເວລາຝົນຕົກແນວໃດ,
ພຽງແຕ່ບອກພວກເຂົາວ່າລາວສ່ວນໃຫຍ່ໃຊ້ເວລາຝົນຂອງຕົນຄືນໃນຄວາມເຂັ້ມຂົ້ນທີ່ມາຈາກສະຕິຂອງການຫາຍໃຈ.
” (SN 54.2.1)

ກ່ອນທີ່ຈະຕື່ນຕົວດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້,
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Siddhartha Gautama, ໃນພາກ ເໜືອ ຂອງປະເທດອິນເດຍ,
ໃນສະຖານທີ່ເຊິ່ງປະຈຸບັນນີ້ແມ່ນສ່ວນ ໜຶ່ງ ຂອງເນປານ.
ອາຍຸການທີ່ແນ່ນອນຂອງລາວແມ່ນບໍ່ແນ່ນອນ,
ແຕ່ນັກປະຫວັດສາດສ່ວນຫຼາຍແມ່ນວັນເວລາຂອງລາວຕັ້ງແຕ່ປີ 563 BC ເຖິງ 483 BC.
ຄວາມ ໝາຍ ຂອງ ຄຳ ວ່າພະພຸດທະເຈົ້າແມ່ນ “ຜູ້ທີ່ຕື່ນຕົວດ້ວຍຄວາມຮອບຮູ້”, ແລະ ໝາຍ ເຖິງຜູ້ທີ່ໄດ້ຕື່ນຕົວດ້ວຍຄວາມຮັບຮູ້
ພຣະພຸດທະອົງອ້າງອີງໃສ່ສັນຕິພາບແລະສະມາທິ
1. “ຄວາມສະຫງົບສຸກມາຈາກພາຍໃນ. ຢ່າຊອກຫາມັນໂດຍບໍ່ມີ.”
2. “ທ່ານຈະໄດ້ຮັບການຍ້ອງຍໍແລະ ຕຳ ນິຢູ່ສະ ເໝີ, ແຕ່ຢ່າປ່ອຍໃຫ້ມີຜົນກະທົບຕໍ່ຄວາມຄິດຂອງຈິດໃຈ.”
3. “ຄວາມສະຫງົບພາຍໃນບໍ່ສາມາດຮັກສາໄດ້ເວັ້ນເສຍແຕ່ວ່າຄວາມແຂງແຮງທາງດ້ານຮ່າງກາຍຈະມີຄວາມເຂັ້ມແຂງຂື້ນເລື້ອຍໆແລະສະຫຼາດ.”
4. “ຢ່າເອົາຊະນະສິ່ງທີ່ທ່ານໄດ້ຮັບ, ແລະບໍ່ອິດສາຄົນອື່ນ. ຜູ້ທີ່ອິດສາຄົນອື່ນບໍ່ໄດ້ຮັບຄວາມສະຫງົບສຸກ.”
5. “ຜູ້ທີ່ ທຳ ລາຍຮາກຂອງອິດສາມີຄວາມສະຫງົບສຸກສະ ເໝີ.”
6. “ດີກວ່າ ຄຳ ພັນ ຄຳ, ເປັນ ຄຳ ໜຶ່ງ ທີ່ ນຳ ຄວາມສະຫງົບສຸກມາໃຫ້.”
7.
“ຜູ້ຊາຍບໍ່ໄດ້ຖືກເອີ້ນວ່າສະຫລາດເພາະວ່າລາວເວົ້າແລະເວົ້າອີກຄັ້ງ;
ແຕ່ລາວມີຄວາມສະຫງົບສຸກ,
ມີຄວາມຮັກແລະບໍ່ມີຄວາມຢ້ານກົວຫຼັງຈາກນັ້ນລາວໃນຄວາມຈິງຖືກເອີ້ນວ່າສະຫລາດ.”
8. “ການຝຶກສະມາທິເຮັດໃຫ້ເກີດປັນຍາ; ການຂາດສະມາທິເຮັດໃຫ້ຄວາມໂງ່.
9.
“ນັ່ງສະມາທິ, ດຳ ລົງຊີວິດຢ່າງບໍລິສຸດ. ງຽບສະຫງັດ. ເຮັດວຽກຂອງເຈົ້າດ້ວຍຄວາມ
ຊຳ ນານ. ຄືກັບດວງເດືອນ, ອອກມາຈາກເບື້ອງຫລັງເມກ! ສ່ອງແສງ.”
10.
“ຖ້າທ່ານງຽບສະຫງົບ, ທ່ານຈະໄດ້ຍິນກະແສຂອງຈັກກະວານ.
ທ່ານຈະຮູ້ສຶກເຖິງຈັງຫວະຂອງມັນ. ໄປກັບກະແສນີ້. ຄວາມສຸກຢູ່ຂ້າງ ໜ້າ.
ການສະມາທິແມ່ນ ສຳ ຄັນ.”
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ille post suum awakenment et pugnes contra fuerat ad meditandum in
conscientia? Evenit ut parum omnino mysterium. Non satis multa scire
datum est, ac maxime de fabula circa principium PB LIV.

Concentration
per recordationem meatus animae, cum developed in deserto judicium, et
fructum magnum beneficium … Ego quoque monachi, cum prius awakenment
conscientia mea, cum essem in bodhisatta adhuc, nondum plene excitavit
ex conscientia, plerumque habitavit in terra salsuginis. Dum plerumque
habitavit habitationem istam, et oculi mei defessis neque mente
haerentem non fuit labes extorres. Quapropter monachi Si monachus ‘Nee
corpus fatigari oculi mei et cor meum non haerentes inficiat liberari a’
per hoc retrahitur recordationem inter respirandum sit attenta.

54.1.8 Bhikkhu Bodhi per translationem -SN

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informavit (imbribus recessibus) penitus solis incomitata meditari.
Noluit videre nisi quis faciatis populum ilium cibus. Opinor illud quod
est generis illius industria ad annum sabbaticum pertinebat ad recharge
deinde temporum doctrina. Itaque quid fecit illos ad III menses? Uti
vires animales avi sui reprehendo sicco Universum planetas (Nota: Haec
non alta meo album.) Ecce quod ait: “Si sectatores aliarum magistris
quaeritur quomodo exegi meam dans pluvias receptum, sicut dices ad eos:
maxime spent suo pluviae incesserunt cithara exsurgam intentio est de
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Siddhartha
Gautama Buddha natus est quasi princeps in India septentrionalem: in
loco, quo nunc est pars Nepalia. Eisdem diebus incertum e vita sed
historicos modernum DLXIII CDLXXXIII BC ad BC.
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Buddha quotes Pax et Introitus
1. “pax ab intra est. Noli quaerere absque eo”.
2. “Et questus sit semper laus et vituperium, sed ne vel animi possent stare afficit.”
3. “cessabit interiora jugiter observari non potest, nisi corporis viribus ac mente circum esurientem saturavi.”
4. «Non enim accepistis obicerent aut alios invidere. Et aliis invidet securitas non valet ‘.
5. “quibus et destrui radices invidia semper habere pacem mentis.”
6. “Potius quam mille verba cavae est autem verbum, quod concupiscere internam pacem facit.”
7.
“Quod homo non dicitur sapiens propter denuo loquitur et agit, nisi hoc
sit pacificis, timere, amare et tunc ille dicitur esse sapiens in
veritate”.
8. “Meditatio dat sapientiam sine meditatione fuerit
ignorantia. Quid nosti quomodo illa perducit retinent et eligere viam ad
sapientiam.”
9. “£ t haec meditare. Vivere obseruarentur. Tace. Fac
opus tuum in dominetur. Velut luna, a tergo venit de nubibus? Splendore
mica!”.
10. “Si vos es satis quietam, et audire fluxus universum. Tu
autem sentio aut cu- piditates adimpleat. Ad hoc fluxus. Lies ahead
beatitudinem. Meditatio inquisitio est clavis”.
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Gautama Buddha Biography


Gautama Buddha was a spiritual leader on whose teachings Buddhism was
founded. This biography of Gautama Buddha provides detailed information
about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline
Quick Facts

Born: 563 BC

Nationality: Nepalese

Famous: Quotes By Gautama Buddha Spiritual & Religious Leaders

Died At Age: 80

Also Known As: Siddhārtha Gautama, Shakyamuni Buddha, Buddha

Born in: Lumbini, Nepal

Famous as: Founder of Buddhism
Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Queen Yashodhara

father: King Śuddhodana

mother: Mahapajapati Gotami

siblings: Nanda, Sundari

children: Rāhula

Died on: 483 BC

place of death: Kushinagar


Gautama Buddha was a spiritual leader on whose teachings Buddhism was
founded. He is believed to have lived in eastern India/ Nepal during the
6th to 4th century B.C. Born as a prince, he spent his childhood in the
lap of luxury. He lost his mother at an early age and his doting father
tried his best to keep his young son away from the miseries of the
world. When he was a little boy, some wise scholars predicted that he
would become either a great king or a renowned spiritual leader. His
father hoped that his son would one day become a great king. The prince
was kept away from all forms of religious knowledge and had no idea
about the concepts of old age, sickness and death. Once on a trip
through the city on a chariot he witnessed an old man, a diseased
person, and a corpse. This new knowledge about the sufferings in the
world gave rise to several questions within his mind and the prince soon
renounced all his worldly affairs in order to embark on a journey of
self-discovery. Finally after years of rigorous contemplation and
meditation, he found Enlightenment, and became the Buddha, meaning
“awakened one” or “the enlightened one”.
Gautama Buddha


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What Is the Holy Book of Buddhism?
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The Buddhist holy book is known as the Tipitaka. The Buddha’s teachings
were preserved in the Pali Canon, which acts as an extensive analytical
record written in Pali, the Buddha’s native dialect. Pali is considered
the classical language of Buddhism, and the documents preserved in Pali
make up the Tipitaka as well as other Buddhist documents such as the
Atthakatha, Tika, Anu-tika and Madhu-tika.


Several months after the Buddha’s death, a period known as
maha-parinibbana, 500 scholars and disciples of the Buddha who had
attained arahant-phala, Buddhism’s highest level of sainthood, convened
to discuss the preservation of the Buddha’s teachings. The scholars
formed The First Council, a group whose purpose was to preserve the
Buddha’s teachings from distortion and unscrupulous revisions. The
council then collected and arranged the Buddha’s numerous teachings into
a volume now known as the Tipitaka.

According to Pariyatti, a
Buddhist non-profit organization, Tipitaka literally translated means
“three baskets.” Similarly, the Tipitaka is divided into three
divisions: Vinaya Pitaka, Sutta Pitaka and Abhidhamma Pitaka. The Vinaya
Pitaka explains the rules of conduct for the monastic order. The Sutta
Pitaka is a collection of discussions on various subjects by the Buddha.
Last, the Abhidhamma Pitaka contains the Buddha’s teachings on the
relationship between mind and matter and the principles to transcend
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Universitāte 112 KLASISKĀS VALODĀS, ieskaitot klasisko sanskritu.

Mēs esam budistu fonds, kas atrodas 668. gadā, 5A Main Road, 8. Krusta HAL 3. posms, Bangalore,
Karnataka štats, Indija, un mūsu mērķis ir popularizēt Budas Dhammu
un brīvi veidot Meditācijas mācību Budas vārdiem
pieejams plašai sabiedrībai. Mēs neatbalstām nevienu skolu vai sektu
pār otru, un visiem tiek piešķirta vienlīdzīga cieņa.Arī izveidot
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“Buda tika uzdots,” ko jūs esat ieguvis no starpniecības? “
Viņš atbildēja: “NEKAS”! Tomēr ļaujiet man pateikt, ko esmu pazaudējis: dusmas,
trauksme, depresija, nedrošība, bailes no vecuma un nāves. ”

Kā Buda meditēja?


Šeit ir interesants jautājums: kā pats Buda meditēja? Vai viņš
apzinājās to pašu pirms un pēc pamošanās ar izpratni? Vai viņš pat
apņēmās meditēt pēc savas pamošanās ar izpratni? Izrādās, ka tas nemaz
nav daudz noslēpums. Mēs diezgan daudz zinām, un lielākā daļa stāsta ir
sniegta netālu no SN 54 sākuma.

Elpošanas apdomības
koncentrēšana, attīstot un kultivējot, dod lielus augļus un ieguvumus.
Arī es, mūki, pirms manas pamodināšanas ar izpratni biju es, vēl
bodhisatta, kas vēl nebija pilnībā pamodināts ar izpratni, parasti
dzīvoju šajā mājoklī. Kamēr es vispār dzīvoju šajā mājoklī, ne mans
ķermenis, ne acis nebija nogurst un mans prāts, nepiesprādzējoties, tika
atbrīvots no postījumiem. Tādēļ mūki, ja mūks vēlas: “Lai ne mans
ķermenis, ne acis nenogurst, un, nepielipot, prāts varētu atbrīvoties no
ciešanām,” ir rūpīgi jāapmeklē šī pati koncentrēšanās, apdomājot
elpošanu.

-SN 54.1.8 tulkojums: Bhikkhu Bodhi

Tātad Budas
praksei pirms viņa pamodināšanas ar izpratni bija jāturpina
koncentrēšanās spējas (tas ir, jhana prakse), apzinoties elpošanu. Kā
būtu ar viņa pamošanos ar izpratni?

Kādā brīdī, ilgi pēc
pamošanās ar apzināšanos, kad sangha bija stingri vietā, viņš informēja
savus mūkus, ka savu Vassa (lietus atkāpšanos) pavadīs pilnīgi vienatnē.
Viņš negribēja redzēt nevienu, izņemot cilvēkus, kas viņam atnesa almas
ēdienu. Es to iedomājos kā sava veida sabatu, lai uzlādētu savu
enerģiju nākamo sezonu mācīšanai. Ko viņš darīja tos 3 mēnešus? Vai viņš
izmantoja psihiskas spējas, lai zip ap Visumu pārbaudītu planētas?
(Piezīme: tas manā sarakstā būtu augsts.) Lūk, ko viņš teica: “Ja citu
skolotāju sekotāji jautā, kā es pavadīju savas lietavas, atkāpjoties,
vienkārši pasakiet viņiem, ka viņš lielākoties pavadīja savas lietus
atkāpjoties tajā koncentrācijā, kas rodas no apdomīgas elpošanas. ”(SN
54.2.1)

Pirms pamodināšanas ar izpratni, koncentrēšanās prakse
caur apzinoties elpošanu, pēc pamošanās ar apzināšanās koncentrēšanās
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Buda dzimis kā princis Siddhartha Gautama Indijas ziemeļdaļā vietā, kas
tagad ir Nepālas daļa. Viņa precīzais dzīves ilgums nav skaidrs, taču
vairums vēsturnieku datē savu mūžu no 563. gada pirms mūsu ēras līdz
483. gadam pirms mūsu ēras.
Vārda Buda nozīme ir “Atmodināts ar informētību”, un tas attiecas uz cilvēku, kurš ir pamodies ar izpratni
Budas citāti par mieru un meditāciju
1. “Miers nāk no iekšienes. Nemeklējiet to bez.”
2. “Jūs vienmēr saņemat uzslavu un vainu, bet neļaujiet nevienam ietekmēt prāta sašutumu.”
3. “Iekšējo mieru nevar uzturēt, ja vien fiziskais spēks netiek pastāvīgi un saprātīgi papildināts.”
4. “Nepārvērtējiet to, ko esat saņēmis, un neapskaužiet citus. Tas, kurš apskauž citus, nesaņem mieru.”
5. “Tiem, kas iznīcinājuši greizsirdības saknes, vienmēr ir miers.”
6. “Labāks par tūkstoš dobiem vārdiem ir viens vārds, kas rada mieru.”
7. “Cilvēks netiek saukts par gudru, jo viņš atkal runā un runā; bet,
ja viņš ir mierīgs, mīlošs un bezbailīgs, tad patiesībā viņu sauc par
gudru.”
8. “Meditācija dod gudrību; meditācijas trūkums atstāj
neziņu. Labi zināt, kas jūs ved uz priekšu un kas jūs kavē, un
izvēlieties ceļu, kas ved uz gudrību.”
9. “Meditējiet. Dzīvojiet tīri. Esiet kluss. Dariet darbu ar meistarību. Tāpat kā mēness, iznākiet aiz mākoņiem! Spīdiet.”
10. “Ja esat pietiekami kluss, dzirdēsit Visuma plūsmu. Jūs jutīsit tā
ritmu. Ejiet ar šo plūsmu. Laime ir priekšā. Meditācija ir atslēga.”
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HOW HAPPY ! THE DHAMMA IS BRIGHT
13. Prasenajit and Ajatasatru
ALTHOUGH the Buddha had chastened Ajatasatru’s spirit, there were times
when the king still gave way to anger. One day, because of a quarrel
between a man from Rajagriha and one from Cravasti, he declared war on
King Prasenajit.
He collected a vast army. There were foot-soldiers
and horsemen; there were some mounted on chariots, others enclosed in
towers carried by elephants, and swords and lances flashed in the sun as
they marched into battle.
King Prasenajit also assembled his troops. He too had chariots and horses and elephants, and he advanced to meet Ajatasatru.
It was a terrible battle. It lasted four days. The first day Prasenajit
lost his elephants; the second day he lost his horses; on the third,
his chariots were destroyed; and on the fourth, his foot-soldiers were
killed or made prisoners; and Prasenajit himself, defeated and
panic-stricken, fled in the only chariot that had been saved in the
disaster and escaped to Cravasti.
p. 268
There, in a small,
unlighted hall, he flung himself down on a low couch. He was silent, a
prey to his melancholy thoughts. He never stirred; he appeared to be
dead, except for the tears that coursed down his cheeks.
A man entered; it was the merchant Anathapindika.
“My lord,” said he, “long may you live, and may the tide of victory turn!”
“My soldiers are dead,” the king lamented, “all my soldiers are dead! My soldiers! My soldiers!”
“Grieve not, O king. Raise another army.”
“I lost my fortune when I lost my army.”
“King,” said Anathapindika, “I shall give you the gold you need, and you will be victorious.”
Prasenajit sprang to his feet.
“You have saved me, Anathapindika!” he exclaimed. “I am grateful.”
With Anathapindika’s gold, Prasenajit raised a formidable host. He marched against Ajatasatru.
When the two armies met, the din terrified the Gods themselves.
Prasenajit used a battle array he had been taught by men from a distant
land. He attacked swiftly; Ajatasatru had no defense. He, in turn, was
defeated, and he was captured.
“Kill me,” he cried to Prasenajit.
p. 269
“I shall spare your life,” said Prasenajit. “I shall take you to the Blessed Master, and he will decide your fate.”
The Master had recently arrived at Jeta’s park. Prasenajit said to him:
“Behold, O Blessed One! King Ajatasatru is my prisoner. He hates me,
though I bear him no ill will. He attacked me, for some trivial reason,
and defeated me at first, but now he is at my mercy. I do not wish to
kill him, O Blessed One. For the sake of his father, Vimbasara, who was
my friend, I would like to set him free.”
“Then set him free,” said
the Master. “Victory begets hatred; defeat begets suffering. They that
are wise will forgo both victory and defeat. Insult is born of insult,
anger of anger. They that are wise will forgo both victory and defeat.
Every murderer is struck down by a murderer; every conqueror is struck
down by a conqueror. They that are wise will forgo both victory and
defeat.”
In the presence of the Master, Ajatasatru promised to be a faithful friend to Prasenajit.
“And,” he added, “let us be more than friends. I have a son, as you
know, and you have a daughter, Kshema, who is still unmarried. Will you
give your daughter to my son?”
“So be it,” said Prasenajit. “And may this
p. 270
happy marriage be the earnest of our happy friendship.”
The Master approved. The two kings ever after lived at peace with each other, and Ajatasatru became known for his gentleness.
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Mes esame budistų fondas, įsikūręs 668, 5A Main Road, 8-ojo kryžiaus HAL 3 etapas, Bangalore,
Karnataka valstija, Indija, ir mūsų tikslas yra skatinti Buda Dhammą
ir meditacijos mokymą skelbti savo paties Buda žodžiais
prieinamas plačiajai visuomenei. Mes nepritariame nei vienai mokyklai ar sektai
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29) Klasikinė anglų, romėnų,

„Buda buvo paklausta,„ ko jūs gavote iš tarpininkavimo? “
Jis atsakė „Nieko“! Tačiau leiskite man pasakyti, ką praradau: pyktį,
nerimas, depresija, nesaugumas, senatvės ir mirties baimė. “

Kaip Buda meditavo?


Čia įdomus klausimas: kaip pats Buda meditavo? Ar jis tą patį meditavo
prieš pabudimą ir po jo sąmoningai? Ar jis net nesivargino medituoti po
pabudimo supratęs? Pasirodo, kad tai visai ne paslaptis. Mes beveik
žinome, o didžioji istorijos dalis pateikiama SN 54 pradžioje.


Kvėpavimo susikaupimas ir tobulinimas yra labai naudingas ir naudingas
… Aš, vienuoliai, prieš prabuddamas sąmoningai, dar buvau bodhisatta,
dar nevisiškai pažadintas sąmoningumo, paprastai gyvenau šiame būste.
Nors aš apskritai gyvenau šiame būste, nei mano kūnas, nei akys
nenuvargino, o protas, nesiglamžydamas, buvo išlaisvintas nuo nuosėdų.
Todėl vienuoliai, jei nori: „Nei mano kūnas, nei akys negali pavargti ir
nepriglaudę proto gali būti išlaisvintas nuo nešvarumų“, turėtų būti
atidžiai stebimas tas pats susikaupimas, turint mintyje kvėpavimą.

-SN 54.1.8 vertimas Bhikkhu Bodhi


Taigi prieš prabudimą sąmoningai Buda praktikavo norėdama kvėpuoti,
siekė susikaupti (tai yra pasakyti, kad tai praktika). O kaip po jo
pabudimo supratus?

Tam tikru momentu, prabudęs sąmoningai, kai
sangha buvo tvirtai vietoje, jis pranešė savo vienuoliams, kad jis
praleis savo „Vassa“ (lietus traukiasi) visiškai vienas vienatvėje. Jis
nenorėjo matyti niekas, išskyrus žmones, atnešančius jam almos maistą.
Aš įsivaizduoju, kad tai tarsi sabatinis įkrauti savo energiją kitiems
sezonams. Taigi ką jis padarė tuos 3 mėnesius? Ar jis pasinaudojo
psichinėmis galiomis, norėdamas užsiblokuoti po Visatą ir apžiūrėti
planetas? (Pastaba: mano sąraše to bus labai daug.) Štai ką jis pasakė:
„Jei kitų mokytojų pasekėjai klausia, kaip aš praleidau lietų, aš
tiesiog jiems pasakysiu, kad jis dažniausiai praleido lietų traukdamasis
susikaupdamas, atsirandantis dėl sąmoningo kvėpavimo. “(SN 54.2.1)


Prieš pabudimą su sąmoningumu, susikaupimo praktiką atliekant sąmoningą
kvėpavimą, po pabudimo - sąmoningumo susitelkimo praktiką per sąmoningą
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Buda gimė kaip princas Siddhartha Gautama šiaurės Indijoje, vietoje,
kuri dabar yra Nepalo dalis. Tikslus jo gyvavimo laikas nėra aiškus,
tačiau dauguma istorikų nurodo savo gyvenimo laiką nuo 563 m. Iki 483 m.
Pr.
Žodžio Buda reikšmė yra „Pažadintas su sąmoningumu“ ir reiškia tą, kuris pabudęs suvokia sąmoningumą.
Buda citatos apie taiką ir meditaciją
1. “Ramybė kyla iš vidaus. Nesiekite jos be”.
2. “Jūs visada sulauksite pagyrimų ir kaltinimų, bet neleiskite, kad tai paveiktų protą”.
3. “Vidinės ramybės negalima išlaikyti, jei nuolat ir protingai papildomos fizinės jėgos.”
4. “Nepervertinkite to, ko gavote, ir ne pavydėkite kitiems. Kas pavydi kitiems, negauna ramybės.”
5. “Tie, kurie sunaikino pavydo šaknis, visada ramiai.”
6. „Geriau nei tūkstantis tuščiavidurių žodžių yra vienas žodis, kuris atneša ramybę“.
7. “Žmogus nėra vadinamas išmintingu, nes jis vėl kalbasi ir tariasi.
Tačiau jei jis taikus, mylintis ir nebijantis, tada iš tikrųjų vadinamas
išmintingu”.
8. “Meditacija suteikia išminties; meditacijos stoka
palieka nežinomybę. Gerai žinokite, kas jus veda į priekį ir kas jus
stabdo, ir pasirinkite kelią, vedantį į išmintį”.
9. “Medituok. Gyvenk grynai. Būk tylus. Dirbk meistriškai. Kaip mėnulis, išeik iš už debesų! Šviesk”.
10. “Jei esate pakankamai tylus, išgirsite visatos tėkmę. Pajusite jos
ritmą. Eikite kartu su šiuo srautu. Laimė laukia. Laukiama meditacijos.”
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Wéi huet de Buddha Meditéiert?


Hei ass eng interessant Fro: wéi huet de Buddha selwer meditéiert? Huet
hien d’selwecht meditéiert ier an no Erwaardung mat Bewosstsinn? Huet
hie sech souguer bemol fir ze meditéieren no senger erwächt mat
Bewosstsinn? Et stellt sech eraus datt et net vill e Geheimnis ass. Mir
wëssen zimlech vill, an déi meescht Geschicht gëtt am Ufank vum SN 54
gegeben.

Konzentratioun duerch mindfulness vun der Atmung, wann
entwéckelt a kultivéiert, ass vu groussem Uebst a profitéiert … Ech
och, Mönche, ier meng Erwaardung mat Bewosstsinn, wärend ech nach eng
Bodhisatta war, nach net voll erwächt mat Bewosstsinn, allgemeng wunnen
an dëser Wunneng. Wärend ech allgemeng an dëser Wunneng gewunnt hunn,
weder mäi Kierper nach meng Aen hunn midd ginn a mäi Geescht, andeems
ech net festhalen, war vun den Tainten befreit. Dofir, Mönche, wann e
Mönch wënscht: “Kann weder mäi Kierper nach meng Ae midd ginn a vläicht
mäi Geescht, andeems se net festhalen, befreit vun den Hellegen sinn.”
Dës selwescht Konzentratioun duerch Bewosstsinn vun der Atmung sollte
ganz nohëllefen.

-SN 54.1.8 Iwwersetzung vum Bhikkhu Bodhi


Also huet de Praxis vum Buddha virun senger erwächt mat Bewosstsinn
seng Konzentratioun ze verstoppen (dat heescht jhana Praxis) duerch
mindfulness vun der Atmung. Wéi ass et no senger erwächt mat
Bewosstsinn?

Irgendwann laang no senger Erwächtung mat
Bewosstsinn wann de Sangha fest an der Plaz war, huet hien seng Mönche
matgedeelt datt hien säi Vassa (Reen Réckzuch) komplett eleng an der
solitärer Meditatioun géif ausginn. Hie wollt net iergendeen gesinn
ausser Leit, déi him Alms Iesse matbréngen. Ech virstellen et als Zort
vu sabbatszäitesch seng Energie fir déi nächste Saisons Léier ze lueden.
Also wat huet hie fir dës 3 Méint gemaach? Huet hien psychesch Kräfte
benotzt fir iwwer de Universum ze zipsen fir Planéiten ze
kontrolléieren? (Notiz: dëst wier héich op menger Lëscht.) Hei ass dat
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meng Reen zréckgezunn hunn, sot hinnen nëmmen datt hien haaptsächlech
seng Reen zréckzitt an der Konzentratioun, déi aus mindfulness vum
Atmung kënnt. “(SN 54.2.1)

Virun erwächt mat Bewosstsinn,
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Buddha Zitater iwwer Fridden a Meditatioun
1. “De Fridden kënnt vu bannen. Sicht et net ouni.”
2. “Dir kritt ëmmer Lueft a Schold, awer loosst entweder keng Stëmmung vum Geescht beaflossen.”
3. “Inner roueg kann net erhale ginn, ausser kierperlech Kraaft gëtt stänneg an intelligent ersat.”
4. “Iwwerschréit net dat wat Dir kritt hutt, a beneid net anerer. Deen deen anere beneid, kritt kee Geescht vu Gedanken.”
5. “Déi, déi d’Wuerzelen vun Näid hunn zerstéiert hunn ëmmer Fridde.”
6. “Besser wéi dausend huel Wierder, ass ee Wuert dat Fridden bréngt.”
7. “E Mann gëtt net schlau genannt well hie schwätzt a schwätzt erëm;
awer ass hie friddlech, léiwen an ouni Angscht, da gëtt hien a
Wierklechkeet weise genannt.”
8. “Meditatioun bréngt Wäisheet;
Mangel u Meditatioun léisst Ignoranz. Wësst gutt wat dech weider féiert a
wat Iech zréckhält, a wielt de Wee deen zu Wäisheet féiert.”
9. “Meditéiert. Live pur. Sief roueg. Maacht Är Aarbecht mat Maîtrise. Wéi de Mound, kommt hannert de Wolleke! Schéngt.”
10. “Wann Dir roueg genuch sidd, héiert Dir de Flux vum Universum. Dir
fillt säi Rhythmus. Gitt mat dësem Floss. D’Gléck ass virun. Meditatioun
ass Schlëssel.”
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The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate
addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I
received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the
priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are
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