Sangha Night: The Buddha's Religion is Morality

Tuesday 28th Sep 2021 - 7.15pm to 9.15pm

Buddhism Radically Changing Society - The Buddha's Religion is Morality

Dr Ambedkar is becoming increasingly well known outside of India because of his work to transform Indian society and uplift the most marginalised. He did this through political, legal and economic means, including drafting the Indian constitution after Indian independence. The Indian constitution is based on the values of ‘liberty, equality and fraternity’, values Dr Ambedkar said he derived not from the French Revolution, but from ‘my master the Buddha’.

What is also of significance to Buddhists is that as a man with a real feel for the spiritual life, he provides an inspiring example of someone who believed that Buddhism itself can provide a positive force for good in society.

On the second night of our new series, Kalyanadhi will be exploring a lecture Sangharakshita gave in 1981, which highlights the essence of why Dr Ambedkar thought Buddhism was so important for the world.

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Kalyanadhi and Team
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Cambridge Buddhist Centre and Online
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