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2697 Sun 29 Jul LESSON (38) LESSON Tue Aug 2 2007 We wish Happy Birthday to Sashikanth! May he be ever happy well and secure! May he live long! May he ever have calm, quiet, alert,attentive and an equanimity mind with a clear understanding that everything is changing! From ever loving Appa, Amma, Pradeep, Banu, Shifu, Tushar, Harshith, Pranay& Vinay [A dm evaa:] A giver of what is a giver of strength? A giver of what, a giver of beauty? A giver of what, a giver of ease? A giver of what, a giver of vision? And who is a giver of everything? Being asked, please explain this to me. Deva The real and original loyal users of the Internet are its owners. No body can succeed in controlling it like the four elements. Certainly the Murderers of democratic institutions (Modi) and all the chamchas, stooges, chelas, slaves, bootlicker and own mother’s flesh eaters can never even dream of control the natural elements. A giver of food is a giver of strength. A giver of clothes, a giver of beauty. A giver of a vehicle, a giver of ease. A giver of a lamp, a giver of vision. And the one who gives a residence, is the one who is a giver of everything. But the one who teaches the Dhamma is a giver of the Deathless. http://mahabodhiresearchcenter.in/ http://mahabodhiresearchcenter.in/ MAHABODHI RESEARCH CENTRE BENGALURU Admission are open for academic year 2018-19 IN DIPLOMA & CERTIFICATE COURSES IN BUDDHIST STUDIES MAHA BODHI SOCIETY, BENGALURU Maha Bodhi Society, Bengaluru, is a Buddhist charitable Organization established in 1956 by Venerable Acharya Buddharakkhita with the main objective of reviving the compassionate teachings of the Buddha in the land of its origin, India. Our aim is to put into practice the precious teachings of the Buddha, namely, moral upliftment, mental purity and deeper wisdom, through selfless, spiritual, educational, medical and other humanitarian services to bring universal peace, harmony, happiness and progress. ACADEMICS- 2018 Diploma In Buddhist Studies Duration : 12 Months Eligibility : PUC (10+2) pass Last Date : 30 July 2018 Contact : +91 4110 4680 mahabodhirc@gmail.com Certificate Course in Buddhist Studies Duration : 6 Months Eligibility : SSLC (10) pass Last Date : 30 July 2018 Contact : +91 4110 4680 mahabodhirc@gmail.com Mahabodhi Centre for Theravad Buddhist Studies A well formulated course in Buddhism will benefit everyone in every possible way. Bhagawan Buddha says ‘ There is little dust in the eyes of the people, remove that ignorance, they will walk on the path of Dhamma. ” SABBADANAM DHAMMADANAM JINATI” Admission are in Progress Courses offered : 1. Certificate Course in Buddhist Studies - 6 Months (eligibility : SSLC /10 pass) 2. Diploma in Buddhist Studies - 12 Months (eligibility : PUC / 12 pass) Last Date to Apply - 30 July 2018 For Admission and Assistance please contact Mr. Sharat Kumar,8123423009. ADMISSIONS ARE IN PROGRESS Diploma In Buddhist Studies Duration : 12 Months Eligibility : PUC (10+2) pass Last Date : 30 July 2018 Contact : +91 4110 4680 mahabodhirc@gmail.com Certificate Course in Buddhist Studies Duration : 6 Months Eligibility : SSLC (10) pass Last Date : 30 July 2018 Contact : +91 4110 4680
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We wish Happy Birthday to Sashikanth!
May he be ever happy well and secure!
May he live long!
May he ever have calm, quiet, alert,attentive and an equanimity mind with a clear understanding that everything is changing!
From ever loving Appa, Amma, Pradeep, Banu, Shifu, Tushar, Harshith, Pranay& Vinay

[A dm evaa:]

A giver of what is a giver of strength? A giver of what, a giver of beauty? A giver of what, a giver of ease? A giver of what, a giver of vision? And who is a giver of everything? Being asked, please explain this to me. Deva

The real and original loyal users of the Internet are its owners. No body can succeed in controlling it like the four elements. Certainly the Murderers of democratic institutions (Modi) and all the chamchas, stooges, chelas, slaves, bootlicker and own mother’s flesh eaters can never even dream of control the natural elements.

A giver of food is a giver of strength.
A giver of clothes, a giver of beauty.
A giver of a vehicle, a giver of ease.
A giver of a lamp, a giver of vision.
And the one who gives a residence,
is the one who is a giver of everything.
But the one who teaches the Dhamma
is a giver of
the Deathless.

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Admission are open for academic year 2018-19 IN DIPLOMA & CERTIFICATE COURSES IN BUDDHIST STUDIES

MAHA BODHI SOCIETY, BENGALURU

Maha Bodhi Society, Bengaluru, is a Buddhist charitable Organization established in 1956 by Venerable Acharya Buddharakkhita with the main objective of reviving the compassionate teachings of the Buddha in the land of its origin, India. Our aim is to put into practice the precious teachings of the Buddha, namely, moral upliftment, mental purity and deeper wisdom, through selfless, spiritual, educational, medical and other humanitarian services to bring universal peace, harmony, happiness and progress.

ACADEMICS- 2018

Diploma In Buddhist Studies

Duration : 12 Months
Eligibility : PUC (10+2) pass
Last Date : 30 July 2018
Contact : +91 4110 4680
mahabodhirc@gmail.com
Certificate Course in Buddhist Studies

Duration : 6 Months
Eligibility : SSLC (10) pass
Last Date : 30 July 2018
Contact : +91 4110 4680
mahabodhirc@gmail.com
Mahabodhi Centre for Theravad Buddhist Studies

A well formulated course in Buddhism will benefit everyone in every possible way. Bhagawan Buddha says ‘ There is little dust in the eyes of the people, remove that ignorance, they will walk on the path of Dhamma.
” SABBADANAM DHAMMADANAM JINATI”

Admission are in Progress

Courses offered :
1. Certificate Course in Buddhist Studies - 6 Months

(eligibility : SSLC /10 pass)
2. Diploma in Buddhist Studies - 12 Months

(eligibility : PUC / 12 pass)
Last Date to Apply - 30 July 2018

For Admission and Assistance please contact Mr. Sharat Kumar,8123423009.

ADMISSIONS ARE IN PROGRESS

Diploma In Buddhist Studies

Duration : 12 Months
Eligibility : PUC (10+2) pass
Last Date : 30 July 2018
Contact : +91 4110 4680
mahabodhirc@gmail.com
Certificate Course in Buddhist Studies

Duration : 6 Months
Eligibility : SSLC (10) pass
Last Date : 30 July 2018
Contact : +91 4110 4680

A LED bulb can be repaired in just 10 rupees - please do not throw it away
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अब ऒबामा व ट्रंप को देशद्रोही घोषित करेंगे व उनके भारत आने पर ​पाबंदी लगा देंगे क्या ?

**अमेरिकन सरकार ने ब्राम्हण समाज कों अधिवेशन के लिए नकारा हैं।​

American Govt. denied permission for
“Brahmin Conference in America.”

America given reason for denial to Brahmin Conference officially.

इस साल आमेरिका मे होनेवाले
​”अखिल ब्राम्हण महासभा”​ के साहित्य सम्मेलन को अमेरिकन सरकार ने ब्राम्हण समाज कों अधिवेशन के लिए नकारा हैं।

अमेरिकन सरकार ने उसके लिए 5 प्रमुख कारण दिये हैं -

1) ब्राम्हण साहित्य ने भारतीय इतिहास एवं साहित्य का विकृतिकरण किया हैं । Indian History & Literature has been projected in ” PERVERTED ” manner by Brahmins.

2) ब्राह्मणी साहित्य एक दूसरे में झगड़ा पैदा करता हैं। Main aim of Brahmanical Literature is to create & promote fights & ill will among different sections of Indian Society.

3) ब्राम्हण, भारतीय प्रेरक महापुरुषो की बदनामी करते हैं। Brahmins deliberately spread canards about inspirational Indian Social Reformers & great leaders who are not Brahmins.

4) वे जातपात का पालन करते हैं।Brahmins practice, promote & justify Caste System in India for their selfish ends.

5) भेदभाव कर के अपना वर्चस्व निरंतर बनाए रखते हैं । They create, propagate & promote social divisions & discrimination based on such divisions in order to safeguard their social hagemony.

अमेरिकन सरकार ने कहा कि ​ये सभी बाते हमारे देश में बिलकुल नहीं होनी चाहिए।​ American Administration has clearly spelt out that they will not allow such activities & those indulging in such activities in their country.

उसके लिए उन्होने ब्राम्हण महासभा के पूना (Pune) सचिव को नोटिस भेजा हैं।

इस खबर को मीडिया ने फ्लैश नहीं किया क्योंकि मीडिया ब्राह्मणवाद का पर्दाफ़ाश करना नहीं चाहती।

इस खबर को ज्यादा से ज्यादा Share करे।

लोगों को सच्चाई से उजागर करना चाहिए। संविधान की जय हो

Happy Birthday to Shashi Kanth.

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Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship. Buddha
Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/buddha_140966

To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one’s family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one’s own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Awakenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him. Buddha

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To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one’s family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one’s own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Awakenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him. Buddha

No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path. Buddha

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Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. Buddha

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Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life. Buddha

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We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves. Buddha

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Work out your own salvation. Do not depend on others. Buddha

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What we think, we become. Buddha

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To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear. Buddha

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Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared. Buddha

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Those who are free of resentful thoughts surely find peace. Buddha

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It is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles. Then the victory is yours. It cannot be taken from you, not by angels or by demons, heaven or hell. Buddha

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The mind is everything. What you think you become. Buddha

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Just as treasures are uncovered from the earth, so virtue appears from good deeds, and wisdom appears from a pure and peaceful mind. To walk safely through the maze of human life, one needs the light of wisdom and the guidance of virtue. Buddha

You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. Buddha

You, yourself, as much as anybody

in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection. Buddha

Without health life is not life; it is only a state of langour and suffering - an image of death. Buddha

Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without. Buddha

Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace. Buddha

Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned. Buddha

It is better to travel well than to arrive. Buddha

Better than worshiping gods is obedience to the laws of righteousness. Buddha

A woman of the world is anxious to exhibit her form and shape, whether walking, standing, sitting, or sleeping. Even when represented as a picture, she desires to captivate with the charms of her beauty and, thus, to rob men of their steadfast heart. Buddha

There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting. Buddha

It is a man’s own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways. Buddha

Unity can only be manifested by the Binary. Unity itself and the idea of Unity are already two. Buddha

Hatred does not cease by hatred, but only by love; this is the eternal rule. Buddha

The foot feels the foot when it feels the ground. Buddha

The only real failure in life is not to be true to the best one knows. Buddha

I never see what has been done; I only see what remains to be done. Buddha

You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection. Buddha

Do not overrate what you have received, nor envy others. He who envies others does not obtain peace of mind. Buddha

Even death is not to be feared by one who has lived wisely. Buddha

Whatever words we utter should be chosen with care for people will hear them and be influenced by them for good or ill. Buddha

Chaos is inherent in all compounded things. Strive on with diligence. Buddha

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In Karnataka, a church that is also a temple
No differences: The Jesuit priest who runs the church wears saffron robes and a rudraksha mala with a cross

Hindus attend mass at the Snanika Arulappanavara Virakta Mutt in Belagavi that has a Siva lingam, Jesus and Mary idols

About 28 km from Belagavi in north Karnataka, in a picturesque village called Deshanur, stands the impressive stone building of Snanika Arulappanavara Virakta Mutt, or the Church of Saint John the Baptist.

The structure, built in the Banarasi Nagara style, is seen as an example of syncretism: it has a Siva lingam, flanked by the idols of Jesus and Mary. Its walls are adorned with the sayings of the saint-poet-reformer Basaveshwara, the icon of the Lingayat movement, poet-musician Purandara Dasa, and also the Bible.

The Jesuit priest who runs the Church, Menino Gonsalves alias Sri Menino Swamy, wears saffron robes and a rudraksha mala with a cross. He performs pooja with aarathi during mass, and claims to be an Ayurvedic healer. He has visited Rishikesh and Haridwar and also the Vatican. He speaks eight languages and conducts mass in Kannada. In a village that has no Christians, the church has full attendance during Sunday mass.

“Nothing I do makes me uncomfortable or is alien to my faith,” says Sri Menino. “I call this assimilation of cultures. I don’t force my beliefs on anyone. In fact, preaching is only a small part of my routine. Most of my time is spent teaching, healing and in social work.”

The assimilation began with the founding father of the Mutt, Armado Alvares, who called himself Sri Animananda Swamy. His ancestors hailed from Goa, but he was born in Africa — where his father was a government officer — in 1903. He moved to Goa for his studies and worked as a teacher in Belagavi for some years before settling in Deshanur, arriving a few months after independence in 1947. He started a home for destitute boys in 1950 and a Kannada-medium school for girls in 1953. Now, the destitute home has 50 boys; while the school has become a co-educational one, with 350 boys and girls.

Faith in magnanimity

Giving full credit to the villagers for the survival of this decades-old church-temple, Sri Menino says, “If the villagers have allowed us to serve them despite the difference in faith, it is because they are large-hearted.”

The villagers use hybrid terminology to describe the institution and its branches. The convent is called Padri Mutt and the temple, Church Gudi. The entire village comes together to celebrate Makara Sankranti and Christmas, on the model of village fairs.

Sri Menino says, “Jesus Christ wants us all to be better human beings. We want Hindus to be better Hindus, Muslims to be better Muslims and Christians to be better Christians. I have never advocated conversion. I have advised a Hindu girl who wanted to marry a Christian boy to stay a Hindu and marry under the Special Marriages Act. It is not religion that ensures a lasting marriage — it is love.”

Bangalore South perliment organized Chatrapathi shahu maharaj 144Birth anniversary, in jayanagar Bangalore 41•

BSP State president, prof Hariram, Bangalore Division inchage K C Nagaraj, Gurumurthy and adugodi srinivasa, Bangalore South perliment Prisedent are paticpated.

Organized by BSP and BVF, Bangalore Division Codinator ,Assistant professor M sharavana .

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‘Marx and Ambedkar: Continuing the Dialogue’ review: Common ground
Exploring how the Left and Dalits can work together

B.R. Ambedkar was born eight years after Karl Marx died. And it was 88 years after Marx’s seminal work, The Communist Manifesto, that Ambedkar wrote Annihilation of Caste. Now if Marx could have time travelled to the 20th century and had a one-on-one dialogue with Ambedkar, it would make for a stirring debate.

To create this very debate is the object of D. Raja and Muthumohan’s book Marx and Ambedkar: Continuing the Dialogue. At a time when slogans of Lal Salaam and Jai Bheem are resonating together, the book is looking for a common ground between Marxism and Dalit politics espoused by Ambedkar both of which aim to strike at the roots of exploitation of the oppressed.

There are two important strains running through the book — one is to trace Ambedkar’s own views on Marxism and the second is to study interplay of concepts of caste and class. Marxism is essentially a European theory written in an atmosphere shorn off the complexities of the caste system and community ownership. “The historical context of Ambedkar in the 20th century is fundamentally different from that of Marx in the 19th century,” the authors write.

The book seeks to compare and contrast Marx’s political economy and Ambedkar’s social economy.

The caste system is a communal exploitative system and importantly it is not a purely economic category. The other distinction is that the class system does not make isolation a virtue and nor does it prohibit social intercourse.

The book explores through Ambedkar’s writings his views on Marxism. Ambedkar denounced violence in the Marxist concept. He also criticised the Marxists for ignoring the caste reality. Unlike the Marxists, Ambedkar pays special attention to religion. “To ignore religion is to ignore a live wire,” he has said.

“As for Marxism itself, Ambedkar was both attracted and alienated by it,” scholar Gail Omvedt says summing up the contentious relation Ambedkar had with Marxism.

The book digresses from its theme when it delves into depths of Hindu philosophy and Dalit consciousness in South India. One must credit the book, however, for initiating a dialogue between two giants though it leaves one thirsting for a more in-depth study of the two.

Marx and Ambedkar: Continuing the Dialogue; N. Muthumohan, D. Raja, New Century Book House, ₹275.

Communists in the country must whole hearted ly support SC/ST reservation as per the Constitution. The must support equal work equal pay instead of encouraging daily wagers association. Instead their jo B.S. must be regularised.
SC/ST Workers must have mobility to become Officers without any restrictions.
SC/STs including Arogya Rakshakas (safari karmacharis) must be encouraged to start multipurpose Co-operative societies to tender for work in and around industries.
They must be encouraged to build Buddha Viharas.
They must see the the SC/ST prevention of atrocities act is not diluted.
Thus it will be a common ground.

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In Karnataka, a church that is also a temple
No differences: The Jesuit priest who runs the church wears saffron robes and a rudraksha mala with a cross

Hindus attend mass at the Snanika Arulappanavara Virakta Mutt in Belagavi that has a Siva lingam, Jesus and Mary idols

About 28 km from Belagavi in north Karnataka, in a picturesque village called Deshanur, stands the impressive stone building of Snanika Arulappanavara Virakta Mutt, or the Church of Saint John the Baptist.

The structure, built in the Banarasi Nagara style, is seen as an example of syncretism: it has a Siva lingam, flanked by the idols of Jesus and Mary. Its walls are adorned with the sayings of the saint-poet-reformer Basaveshwara, the icon of the Lingayat movement, poet-musician Purandara Dasa, and also the Bible.

The Jesuit priest who runs the Church, Menino Gonsalves alias Sri Menino Swamy, wears saffron robes and a rudraksha mala with a cross. He performs pooja with aarathi during mass, and claims to be an Ayurvedic healer. He has visited Rishikesh and Haridwar and also the Vatican. He speaks eight languages and conducts mass in Kannada. In a village that has no Christians, the church has full attendance during Sunday mass.

“Nothing I do makes me uncomfortable or is alien to my faith,” says Sri Menino. “I call this assimilation of cultures. I don’t force my beliefs on anyone. In fact, preaching is only a small part of my routine. Most of my time is spent teaching, healing and in social work.”

The assimilation began with the founding father of the Mutt, Armado Alvares, who called himself Sri Animananda Swamy. His ancestors hailed from Goa, but he was born in Africa — where his father was a government officer — in 1903. He moved to Goa for his studies and worked as a teacher in Belagavi for some years before settling in Deshanur, arriving a few months after independence in 1947. He started a home for destitute boys in 1950 and a Kannada-medium school for girls in 1953. Now, the destitute home has 50 boys; while the school has become a co-educational one, with 350 boys and girls.

Faith in magnanimity

Giving full credit to the villagers for the survival of this decades-old church-temple, Sri Menino says, “If the villagers have allowed us to serve them despite the difference in faith, it is because they are large-hearted.”

The villagers use hybrid terminology to describe the institution and its branches. The convent is called Padri Mutt and the temple, Church Gudi. The entire village comes together to celebrate Makara Sankranti and Christmas, on the model of village fairs.

Sri Menino says, “Jesus Christ wants us all to be better human beings. We want Hindus to be better Hindus, Muslims to be better Muslims and Christians to be better Christians. I have never advocated conversion. I have advised a Hindu girl who wanted to marry a Christian boy to stay a Hindu and marry under the Special Marriages Act. It is not religion that ensures a lasting marriage — it is love.”

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Shivaji Ganeshan as Socretes

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Saamrat Ashokan played by Shivaji Ganeshan must become the order of the day to see Ashokan rule as attempt being made by Bahujan Samaj Party for Bahujan Hitaya Bahujan Sukhaya I.e. for the welfare, happiness and peace for all societies.

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