• I learned to gain my happiness reducing my desires.
  • Mere learning is of no avail without actual practice. The learned man who does not practice is like a colorful flower without scent.
  • Do not cultivate any non virtuous action - cultivate only perfect virtuous action. Subdue your own mind: this is the teaching of Lord Buddha.
  • Science without religion is blind. Religion without science is lame.
  • Letting go of desire is gaining the real happiness and satisfaction in our daily life.
  • Why be unhappy about something. If it can be remedied, And what is the use of being unhappy about something, If it cannot be remedied.
  • My religious is Love and Compassion. H.H. 14th DHL
  • I have learned to seek my happiness by limiting my desires, rather than attempting to satisfy them.
  • Mere learning is of no avail without actual practice. The learned man who does not practice, is like a colorful flower without scent.
  • Do not cultivate any non virtuous action, cultivate only perfect virtuous action. Subdue your own mind: this is the teaching of Lord Buddha.

Nepal Buddhist Federation thanks Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India.


Honorable PM of India, Shree Narendra Modi addressing in the Nepal Parliament.
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Nepal Buddhist Federation would like to extend a heartfelt gratitude to Honorable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi for his visit and his historic address in the Parliament of our country.

The true understanding of the Government of India to the birth place of Buddha and relevance of his message for peace was clearly reflected in the historic speech.  While thanking the Honorable Prime Minister of India, we believe that this visit has not only opened a new chapter in the Nepal India relation but also opened a new chapter in the understanding of Buddha and his message in our own country.

We have noted with deep interest, the commitment of India to see Nepal have an inclusive Federal democratic constitution which represents and caters to the need of all sections of the people and appealed to the rulers to be broad minded with wisdom “Rishi Maan”.

His  historic address in  our parliament, the people of Nepal in general and Nepali Buddhists in particular, believe has cleared many myths, planted by vested interests for so many years in both our countries,  which created many hurdles in our age old  spiritual relations.

Nepali Buddhists are happy for promotion of the Buddhist circuit linking with India and will cooperate for promotion of peace in our country and the world at large.

 

Phubu Chhembe Sherpa

President

Nepal Buddhist Federation