Monday, June 14, 2010

Graduation Ceremonies at Nagaloka, India

Mitra Deeksha ceremony
held in front of Nagaloka's 

Majestic Walking Buddha
Vivekaratna, Director of Triratna’s Dhamma and Social training centre at Nagaloka in Nagpur, central India, writes to say -

“Greetings and  Jai Bheem.

“The training of our VIIIth Batch of students has been concluded with the Buddha Jayanti Festival held from 25th May to 27th May at Nagaloka. On that occasion 57 persons became Dhamma Mitras, including 24 male and 17 female trainees who were reaching the end of their training.

“Certificates to mark their successful completion of the DhammaSekhiya (Dhamma Training) course were distributed in the farewell ceremony to the VIIIth Batch trainees held on 28th May.

Staff and Trainees with Certificates
“I am sending the photos for posting in Triratna News. I request you to help publish this news.

“With Metta.

More details of Nagaloka's work are available on their website at Every year they accept approximately 120 young men and women from all over India for a year's intensive training in Buddhism and social work: over 400 graduates now comprise an all-India network of young Dhamma activists.

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