Alan’s New Book — Heirs To Ambedkar: The Rebirth of Engaged Buddhism in India

 

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While many people know of Buddhism as part of India’s past, it may well be India’s future. The Buddhist movement inspired by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in the 1950s has taken root as an “engaged Buddhist” uprising among millions in the 21st century. Heirs To Ambedkar draws from Alan Senauke’s experience with and commitment to this movement. Since young people are the future of our world, the focus here is on the students of Nagaloka/Nagarjuna Training Institute, creating a generation of gifted Buddhist activists.

Dr. Ambedkar’s Buddhist revolution, which Alan Senauke so perceptively describes as “hidden in plain sight”, is now transforming the lives of millions of Dalits, and at the same time strengthening the ethical foundations of Indian democracy.    It also has implications for all Buddhists and social activists throughout the world.

                                                                                                                          — Dh. Lokamitra

 
Available for $15 postpaid in the U.S. from Clear View Press, 1933 Russell Street, Berkeley, CA 94703 U.S.A   And, along with other Clear View books, music, and video from  <clearviewproduct.com>                                                                                                           If you have questions or difficulty with the website, please email me directly at: alan@clearviewproject.org
 

 

 

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One Response to Alan’s New Book — Heirs To Ambedkar: The Rebirth of Engaged Buddhism in India

  1. DHAMMANAND L.WASNIK says:

    DR.AMBEDKAR NAGAR BUDDHA VIHAR PARISAR BELPURA AMRAVATI पिन-444606 VIDARBHA PRADESHA M.S.भारत-INDIA

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