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LESSON  205

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Animitto Sutta: The Signless

The Pali title of this sutta is based on the PTS (Feer) edition.

[1] [The Ven. Moggallaana has described how, with the aid of the Buddha, he has passed through all the jhaanas[2] right up to the “sphere of neither-perception-nor-non-perception.”]

“Then, friends, I thought: ‘The signless concentration of the heart, the signless concentration of the heart, they say — now what is that?’

“Then I thought: ‘In this a monk, paying no attention to any distinguishing signs,[3] enters on and dwells in that concentration of the heart which is without signs. This is called “The signless concentration of heart.”‘

“Then, friends, paying no attention to any distinguishing signs, I entered on and dwelt in that concentration of the heart which is without signs. But as I dwelt thus,[4] the consciousness-conforming-to-signs arose.[5]

“And then, friends, the Blessed One came to me by his powers[6] and said: ‘Moggallaana, Moggallaana, Brahman,[7] do not slacken off in the signless concentration, make your mind steady, make the mind one-pointed, concentrate your mind in the signless concentration!’

“And after that, friends, paying no attention to any distinguishing signs, I entered on and dwelt in the signless concentration of the heart.

“Now, friends, if anyone were to truly declare: ‘Through the Teacher’s compassion the disciple gained great super-knowledge,’[8] he could rightly declare this of me.”

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[The Buddhist Circle] Farewell function held at Dr. Ambedkar Thoughts Dept. RTM Nagpur University on March 19, 2011. [1 Attachment]

[Attachment(s) from Dr. Milind Jiwane included below]

Farewell function held at Dr. Ambedkar Thoughts Dept. RTM Nagpur
University on March 19, 2011.
Dr. Ambedkar Thoughts Department, RTM Nagpur University Nagpur
has organized ” Farewell Function” for M.A. II ( Dr. Ambedkar Thoughts)
students on March 19, 2011 on their seminar Hall. On that function, the
following dignitaries were present.
* Chairperson : Dr. Pradeep Aglawe (Head of Dr. Ambedkar Thoughts.)
* Chief Guests: Dr. Jaideo Khobragde ( Director of Vasantrao Naik
Institute of Social Science)
* Dr. Milind Jiwane (Chairman of Civil Rights Protection Cell)
* Adv. Ramesh Shambharkar
Vote of Thanks : Mr. Hirabhau Shende

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Attachment(s) from Dr. Milind Jiwane

1 of 1 Photo(s)

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[Bahujan-forum] Jeewak Award 2011 goes to Prof. Agalawe, Dupare, Dahat, Shende & Bhongade.

Hon. Shyam Tagade (IAS) will be felicitated by Dr. Ambedkar International
Award 2011 at Nagpur (India) on April 16, 2011.

An eminent city based Organization named Jeewak Welfare Society,
which is associated with World Women Summit Foundation (WWSF) Geneva,
Switzerland has declared their National & International Awards on various
fields on the eve of Dr Ambedkar Birth Anniversary. An eminent
personality Hon. Shyam Tagade ( IAS ) Director of Dadasaheb Phalake Chitra
Nagari ( Film Industry ) Mumbai, who will be honored by Dr. Ambedkar
International Award 2011. Hon. Tagade has written many Dhamma Books and
practically engaged in the field of meditation also organized their
related camps in different parts of Maharashtra.
The Award Ceremony will be organized at Vidharbh Hindi Sahitya
Sammelan Hall, 1st Floor, Sitabuldi, Nagpur on Saturday 16, 2011 at 6.00
PM under Chairpersonship of Dr. Milind Jiwane, Chairman of Civil Rights
Protection Cell, and Ven. Dhnyanjyoti, Sangharamgiri, Dist. Chandrapur
will be the Chief Guest. Mrs. Vandana Jiwane have appeal to all of you to
join the function on large scale.
With regards.
Mrs. Vandana
Organizer

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Attachment(s) from Dr. Milind Jiwane

1 of 1 Photo(s)


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No SC tag for SC/ST Christians, Muslims?



Subodh Ghildiyal, TNN | Mar 17, 2011, 01.40am IST





NEW DELHI: The Centre seems tilted against the inclusion of “SC/ST”



Christians and Muslims in the Scheduled Castes list, arguing the need



for evidence to show that converts continued to face discrimination of



the same degree as before their exit from the Hindu fold.





The Union law ministry has cited a Supreme Court judgment dismissing



the claim that the constitutional provision limiting the SC tag to



Hindus/Sikhs was discriminatory. The UPA is learnt to favour status



quo on the back of law ministry’s view coupled with the opinion of the



National Commission for SCs — that the touchstone of being a SC/ST was



if converts followed traditions and customs as before conversion and



suffered the same social disabilities.





The contentious issue is before the apex court and the Centre has



marshalled opinion from its key arms to finalize its stand. A senior



minister who was part of recent discussion in the Cabinet Committee on



Political Affairs, suggested caution, telling TOI: “The Constitution



cannot be tinkered with in a casual manner.”





The issue is politically sensitive. SC/STs, as articulated by NCSC,



have opposed stretching the frontiers of SC list to outside Hindu,



Sikh and Buddhist fold, arguing that the fresh addition would encroach



on their share of 15% job quota.





The law ministry has added a strong caveat for continuing with the



existing regime by quoting a 1985 SC ruling that quashed a claim that



the ‘constitutional order 1950, para 3′ discriminated against



Christians.





The Soosai vs UOI, 1985, ruling said the President of India had based



his judgment on the definition of SCs on the material showing that



Hindus/Sikhs “suffered from economic and social disabilities and



cultural and educational backwardness so gross in character…”





The apex court said, “to prove the said clause as discriminatory in



nature, it must be shown that they (converts) suffer from comparable



depth of social and economic disabilities and cultural backwardness



and similar level of degradation within the Christian community…”





The court noted that merely showing continuance of caste after



conversion was not sufficient. “It is necessary to establish further



that the disabilities and handicaps suffered from such caste



membership in Hinduism continue in their oppressive severity in the



new environment of a different religious community,” it said.





The law ministry told the Centre that the spirit of the apex court



order had to be taken into account while deciding the issue. The NCSC



said it had not conducted any study to establish the truth either way.





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