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बिश्व शान्तिको लागि बुद्ध शिक्षा – आजको आबश्यकता

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 17, 2013

-भिक्षु मगर (नारायण ब. आले मगर)
[बिश्व शन्तिका लागि बुद्ध शिक्षा एवम बुद्ध जन्मस्थल लुम्बिनी नेपालको प्रबर्द्धन उदेश्यका साथ ६० मुलुक भ्रमण गर्न विश्व शान्ति यात्रा लुम्बिनीबाट शुरु गरी बिभिन्न मुलुक भ्रमण गरिराख्नु भएका भिक्षु मगर (नारायण बहादुर मगर), थाइल्याण्ड, मलेशिया, सिंगापुर हुँदै हाल इण्डोनेशियामा हुनुहुन्छ । ]

‘नमो तस्स भगवतो अरहतो सम्मासम बुद्धस्य’ 

Bhikkshu MagarBuddha born in Nepalआजको यस सन्सारमा भैरहेको हत्या, हिंसा, बैमनस्यता अशान्ति भैरहेको अवस्थामा जसले बिश्व समाजलाई शान्तिमय समाजको निरन्तरता दिने संकल्प लिएको हुन्छ, हामी सबैले बैरी सोचने, बदलाको भावना लिने जस्तो भ्रष्ट स्वभाव कुलषित बिचारधारा, संकुचित भावना स्वार्थगत मनोभाव दृष्टिलाई त्यागेर स्वस्थ मानसिकताको बिकास गर्नु पर्दछ । हामी मानव प्राणीमा रहेको बैरभावले बैरभाव कहिल्यै शान्त हुदैन । अबैरभावले मात्र बैरभावलाई शान्त पार्न सकिन्छ । अनि मात्र आजको यो सन्सारमा शान्ति आउनेछ ।

“भगवान बुद्धले धम्मपद पालीमा भन्नुभएकोछ, नहि बेरेन बिरानि सम्मन्तिथ कुदाचन । अबेरेनच सम्मन्ति यस धम्मो सनन्तनो ”

 

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बैरभावले बैरभाव शान्त हुन सक्दैन, मैत्रिभावले मात्र बैरभाव शान्त हुन सक्छ । यहि सनातन बाट चलिआएको धर्म हो ।

Indonesia Program

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Global Voice on Peace

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 5, 2012

On the auspicious occasion of 4th Lumbini-Kapilvastu Day, the Movement created this clip to spread Buddha’s peace message all over the world.   Participants:

Agni Frank Eickermann -Spiritual leader, USA
Venerable Samahita Thero, Sri Lanka
Miss Nepal Australia 2011 – Reecha Dhital
Miss Nepal Australia 2012 – Deepashree Shah
Mister Nepal Australia 2012 – Niraj Sharma
Ram Kumar Shrestha – Lumbini-Kapilvastu Day Movement Global Coordinator
Indu Nishani Nanayakkara, Sri Lanka

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Lumbini, Birthplace of Lord Buddha

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 18, 2012

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The Dalai Lama Talks About Compassion, Respect

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on November 3, 2011

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2555th Buddha Jayanti in UN Headquarters

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 19, 2011

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Prem Rawat / Maharaji interviewed by Marta Robles

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on October 19, 2010

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Kapilvastu Day Movement Poster

Posted by worldamity on May 15, 2010

This poster is designed by Laxman Puri – one of the Kapilvastu Day Movement Global Committee Members.

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Buddhism and Peace

Posted by worldamity on May 5, 2010

By Jan Willis [1]

I. The Basics of Buddhism

Between 563 BCE and 483 BCE there lived in the southern regions of modern day Nepal, a man named Siddhartha Gautama who had been born a prince of the Sakya clan but who, at the age of thirty-five, after meditating and attaining a state called “Enlightenment,” began teaching a completely new doctrine in India. That doctrine has since come to be known as Buddhism. At the end of his life, the “Buddha,” as his followers have ever since referred to him, said that he had spent the previous forty-five years teaching only two things: suffering, and its cessation. Indeed, his emphasis upon the suffering inherent in samsara (literally, the realm of “continual going”) has caused many over the centuries to view the tradition as pessimistic. In reality, the Buddha preached a doctrine which demands an in depth analysis of suffering and its causes as a means of bringing about suffering’s end and, therefore, of ushering in a new and lasting peace, tranquility and insightfulness. Read the rest of this entry »

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