Calling a Council of Buddhist Women' Taking back our...influence. Taking back our...power. “How can taking back our power and regaining our influence, encourage us as daughters of the Buddha, and enable us to reach out to help others?” Acharya Modgala of the Amida Trust and Members of Sakyadhita UK, would like to introduce Sakyadhita and invite you to explore ways of mutual benefit in working together on an international and national level. Non-buddhist women who are sympathetic friends are…See More
At this conference we shall discuss the culturally engaged Buddhism that is the hallmark of Amida Trust's work in Europe, Asia and North America. We will have presentations and workshops to explore principles and practice.The picture is of a small statue of Manjushri Buddha that is iconic for the people of Assam. Amida Trust has recently forged an alliance with the Tathagata Trust in that region as a working alliance to advance socially engaged Buddhist projects for the benefit of the people.…See More
Research Officer/Assist. Prof., M.S.university Baroda.University qualification from Delhi University, India. My field of specialization is Indology including Buddhism. Buddhist Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Language, Literature, Manuscriptology.
Faith Background & Affiliation
Hinduism and Buddhism
Occupation or Primary Activity
Research officer/Assistant Prof.
Involvement in Spirituality/Religion
Buddhism and Indian thoughts
What is your interest in Amida Trust
Conferences seminar and other activities related to Buddhism and other.
How did you find this web site?
What country are you living in?
What is the nearest town to where you live? If in UK, please give first half of your postcode. Thank you.
Are you a member of an Amida group/Congregation
Would like a group in my area, not at the moment
Have you visited
None of these
What can you offer to other members of this network?
A place to stay, Travelling companion, Guide, Expertise
What other interests do you have, eg Arts, Gardening and so on.
Hi everyone,I'm interested in how different people understand 'other power' and how they feel it affects their lives and practice. I suspect there is a spectrum that goes from "Have a sense of Amida…Continue
'Street people' I usually find in parks, sitting on benches, and looking rather roughshod from exposure to the elements, cold inside a tent overnight, or in the case this late afternoon, 'bed bugs'…Continue