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26.08.2010

Honorable Mahindavansa Maha Tero visited the International Centre of the Roerichs

Honorable Vaskaduve Mahindavansa Maha Nayaka Tero, Head of the Buddhist School Amarapura in Sri-Lanka, Prior of the Radjaguru Sri Subhuti Maha Viharayana and Dipaduttamarama Tai Rajamaha Viharaya, Keeper of the true relics of Buddha Shakyamuni, visited the International Centre of the Roerichs in Moscow.

Honorable Vaskaduve Mahindavansa Maha Nayaka Tero delivered lectures «Spiritual Practice: Aims, Process, Achievement», «Arhatship and Spiritual Way of Bodhisattva», «10 Paramitas and the Noble Eightfold Path» and answered numerous questions concerning the spiritual practise for improving of life.

Everyone who attended the lectures, regardless of spiritual beliefs, had the opportunity to receive the blessing of Tathagata to be in the lights of lasting peace and happiness without deceases, delusions, quarrels and strifes.

The genuine relic of Buddha Shakyamuni was displayed in the Living Ethics Hall during all of the day. This unique relic exists for 2554 years and provides the rare opportunity to receive energy and to feel vibration of the Blessed One.

The exposition also includes archive photos connected with the history of discovery of Buddha Shakyamuni relics.


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