Dharma Night: Dr Ambedkar

Tuesday 4th Oct 2022 - 7.15pm to 9.30pm

How not to fall out over views: Dr Ambedkar

How not to fall out over views

We all have a view informing how we act in the world. We find out how strongly we hold to those views when we crunch into someone else's view and it all kicks off!

A Buddhist centre, open to all, brings us face to face with people of a wide range of views; aiming to co-create a context of tolerance in an increasingly intolerant world.

Rather than passively accommodate all views, we're invited to evaluate views by asking how well they reflect reality. And we're challenged to a new relationship with views beyond divisiveness.

Dr Ambedkar was a great uniting Buddhist figure of 20th Century India. His work greatly influenced the future of modern India and embodied the deepest Buddhist teachings of compassion, human rights and equality.

Tonight Saddharaja will introduce us to his radical Buddhist views and how these influenced and uplifted the lives of millions.

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