Celebration of Buddha Jyanti

Celebration of Buddha Jyanti

Buddha Jayanti Celebration has been held on 21st May 2016 at Rajghat, New Delhi

Meeting with Honorable Dr. Mahesh Sharma , Minister of Culture and Tourism, Government of India

 Meritorious Deeds

Meritorious Deeds

He delights here, He delights hereafter, The doer of good delights in both the world, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"thinking I have done good\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\", even he delights more when passed away to the next world.

1st International Buddhist Conference held on 7th to 9th May 2018 in Guwahati, Assam, India

 

Dependent Origination

Dependent Origination/paṭiccasamuppāda

1. Avijiā-paccayā sankhārā: “Through ignorance are conditioned the sankhāras,” i.e. the rebirth-producing volitions (cetanā), or ‘karma-formations’

2. Sankhāra-paccayā viññānam: “Through the karma-formations (in the past life) is conditioned consciousness (in the present life).”

3. Viññāna-paccayā nāma-rūpam: “Through consciousness are conditioned the mental and physical phenomena (nāma-rūpa),” i.e. that which makes up our so-called individual existence.

4. Nāma-rūpa-paccayā salāyatanam: “Through the mental and physical phenomena are conditioned the 6 bases,” i.e. the 5 physical sense-organs, and consciousness as the sixth.

5. Salāyatana-paccayā phasso: “Through the six bases is conditioned the (sensorial mental) impression.”

6. Phassa-paccayā vedanā: “Through the impression is conditioned feeling.”

7. Vedanā-paccayā tanhā: “Through feeling is conditioned craving.”

8. Tanhā-paccayā upādānam: “Through craving is conditioned clinging.”

9. Upādāna-paccayā bhavo: “Through clinging is conditioned the process of becoming,” consisting in the active and the passive life process, i.e. the rebirth-producing karma-process (kamma-bhava) and, as its result, the rebirth-process (upapatti-bhava).

10. Bhava-paccayā jāti: “Through the (rebirth-producing karma-) process of becoming is conditioned rebirth.”

11. Jāti-paccayā jarāmaranam, etc.: “Through rebirth are conditioned old age and death (sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief and despair). Thus arises this whole mass of suffering again in the future.”
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