•      Thu Jul 25 2024

Buddha’s philosophy remains alive until human existence: PM Dahal

Butwal, Dec 12: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ today said the Buddhist philosophy would remain alive until the human existence.

Wishing for a world peace, which he said is required today at a programme organised at the Ramagrama Stupa in West Nawalparasi district, Nepal, the PM said we achieved the feat of spreading the message of peace across the globe.

Lord Gautam Buddha’s teaching is confirmed more necessary and relevant in the present time, he mentioned. The Prime Minister also pledged to implement the master plan for the development of the Stupa while saying that a far sighting work would be carried out for its restoration, conservation and development.

Stating that the programme would spread the message of global peace, he mentioned that the United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres and himself pledged for the world peace.

“This programme is expected to not only spread a new message in the globe, but will also help play an important role in the religious, cultural and touristic development of the Ramagrama Stupa and the entire Lumbini area”, underscored PM Dahal.

Saying that the international community has been appealed for the conservation and development of the Buddha-era heritages, he expressed commitments to playing an important role in the development of the Buddha-time heritages, as he said he is inspired by the philosophy, thoughts and teachings of Buddha.

Similarly, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Sudan Kirati informed that the government had carried forward a comprehensive plan for the development of Tilaurakot, Lumbini and Ramagrama Stupa.

“Although Nepal is multi-lingual and multi-ethnic, people of all religions and communities follow the Buddhist philosophy; this is the religious tolerance, this is a message of unity,” stressed the Prime Minister.

The event was attended by representatives of various foreign countries and Buddhist followers from various countries.

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