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Buddhist Science Text Discussion Begins in Dharamsala


Buddhist Science Text Discussion

A special deliberation on two volumes of text on Buddhist Science began in Dharamsala, the Dalai Lama's residence in India for three days starting September 23, 2013.

The discussion is attended by the editors of the book, comprising of highly educated monks headed by abbot of Namgyal Monastery, and specially invited guest Samdhong Rinpoche, former head of the Tibetan administration in exile.

While speaking to Tibetan Media, the head of Editorial board, Tromdog Rinpoche, the abbot of Namgyal Monastery said, “The meeting is finalizing the contents of two volume text on Buddhist science extracted from Kagyu and Tengyur with the hope that these could serve the human kind irrespective of religion and differences.”

The editors of the text spoke about the contents of the two volume books on Buddhist Science, which they said can prove beneficial for all the Buddhist followers as well as the scientists who are studying the human mind.

The books are expected to be published soon with translations provided in over twenty languages.
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