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Apr

History of Buddhism in Archaeological Perspectives

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Dhammachai International Research Institute of Australia and New Zealand (DIRI) and its network organizations had organized a seminar about “Archaeological Perspectives on History of Buddhism & Recent Research on Dhammakaya and Boran Meditation Traditions”, on Sunday 20th April 2014 from 8.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. There was an honor received from Phrakruvithetsudhammayan (Most Ven.Sudham Sudhammo) to be presided over the seminar opening. It was also an honorable occasion to have Professor Doctor Zemaryalai Tarzi, the French Internationally Renowned Archaeologist, to be the lecturer on “History of Buddhism in Archaeological Perspectives”. Then it was the MoU Signing Ceremony between Ministry of Information and Culture of Afghanistan and DIRI/APAA Mission on Mes Aynak. There were many people from all walks of live such as Buddhist Monks, Teachers, Buddhist Academic Experts from domestic and international and the public who attended the seminar.

 

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