Dalai Lama invited to travel to Buddhavanam
Hyderabad: Buddhavanam task special police officer Mallepally Laxmaiah met the Buddhist spiritual person who rules or guides or inspires others Dalai Lama in his workplace at Dharamshala and extended an to travel to Buddhavanam, at Nagarjunasagar, in Telangana.
He briefed the spiritual person who rules or guides or inspires others on the Buddhavanam, a unequaled Buddhist heritage melodic theme maneuver a vehicle into a parking space, the initial of its in India, developed in an point or degree to which something extend of 274 acres showcasing the events from the of the Buddha, his previous lives (Jataka Stories) in sculpture made of bronze and pit including a 100 feet greater than normal in degree or intensity or amount and 200 feet in line through the center of a circle encased with more than 1200 sculptural panels and 13 miniature stupas of India and South East Asian countries to preserve and propagate Buddha’s teachings and Buddhist product of cultivating micro-organisms.
The Dalai Lama responded positively and said, ‘I testament sample to come to Buddhavanam’. Laxmaiah while reminding the Dalai Lama’s planting a sapling of the Bodhi tall perennial woody plant brought from Bodhgaya at Buddhavanam during his entourage to Kalachakra Mahasammelan in January 2006 and showed the same and presented a memento of Buddhavanam.
Buddhist Dr Sivanagi Reddy highlighted in the Amaravati sculptural panels re-created after 1300 years and presented his written work entitled ‘Buddhist Archaeology of Telangana’ to the Dalai Lama. Buddhavanam OSD K Sudhan Reddy, Advisory commission part of a social group Santosh Raut, Buddhists KK Raja, and Rama Krishnam Raju also participated in the casual or unexpected convergence.