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  1. A Photographer from Buryatia by Marju Broder
  2. A Postcolonial Perspective on the (Mis)reading of the Inconceivable Sign in The Lotus Sutra as a World Literary Canon by Che-ming Yang
  3. Buddha Smiling in Karnataka by Dr. Shrishail Nagaral
  4. Buddhism and It’s History in Sri Lanka by Pasan Ganegama
  5. Buddhism and its history in India by Priyanand Chakma
  6. Buddhism and Social Democracy; Indian Perspective by Dr. H.T. Pote and Ph.D, D.Litt
  7. Buddhist cosmology and contemporary astronomy and astrophysics are not brothers by Ng Xin Zhao
  8. Chinese Tibetan Buddhists and the Confucian Revival in Contemporary China by Dr. Joshua Esler
  9. Contribution of Libraries in Buddhist Education in Ancient India by Dr. V.T. Kamble
  10. History of Rise, Decline and Revival of Buddhism in India by Prof. Dr. Bikiran Prasad Barua
  11. Impact of Astāngika Mārga (Eightfold Path) on World Peace With Reference to Modern Psychology by Dr.Dileepkumar S Navale and Prof.S P Melkeri
  12. Influence of Buddhism on Indian Constitution by Dr. S.H. Hosamani
  13. Roots, stem, branches, leaves and fruit of QiGong By Henri Lebedev
  14. The Concept of Reincarnation in Tibetan Heritage: The life and Legacy of the 14th Dalai Lama by Dr. (Ms.) Kalsang Wangmo


8th International Conference Buddhism & Australia
’History, current presence and future directions for Buddhism in Austral-Asian region’
7-9 February, 2019

Venue: University of Western Australia Trinity College
Address: 230 Hampden Road, Nedlands
Western Australia 6009



Conference papers accepted by
December 20, 2018
‘The Confucian and Tibetan Buddhist Revival in China: religious negotiation and contestation in historical and contemporary contexts ’

Dr. Joshua Esler, Sheridan College, Australia

‘History of Rise, Decline and Revival of Buddhism in India’

Dr Bikiran Barua, Center of Excellence in Buddhist Studies, Bangladesh

'Buddhism in Sri Lanka'

Mr Pasan Ganegama, Perth, Australia

'Suffering Not Knowing.My work as a Jungian Analyst'

Dr.Brittain Garrett, C.G. Jung Society of WA, Australia

‘Demystifying the notion of Re-incarnation through the life and legacy of the 14th Dalai Lama’

Dr. Kalsang Wangmo, Central University of Jharkhand, India

‘Studies on Lord Buddha’s Philosophy and Development of Indian Society’

Dr. H.T. Pote, Karnatak University, India

‘Influence of Buddhism on Indian Constitution’

Dr. S. H. Hosamani, Smt. C.B. Patil Arts and Commerce Degree College Karnataka, India

‘Vipassana;Revival of Dhamma Through Insight’

Dr. Dhammadeep Wankhede , International Institute of Pali, Sanskrit and Comparative Philosophy Kalaburagi, India

‘Contribution of Libraries in Buddhist Education in Ancient India’

Dr. Vijayakumar Kamble, Gulbarga University, India

‘Buddha Smiling in Karnataka’

Dr. Shrishail Nagaral, H.K.E.’Societies, M.S. Irani First Grade College Gulbarga, India

"Astāngika Mārga (Eightfold Path) and World Peace"

Dr. Dileep Kumar Navale , Gulbarga University, India

‘Pariyatti Education in Myanmar’

Ven. Dr. Ashin Ketu, State Pariyatti Sāsana University Yangon, Myanmar

‘Roots, Stem, Branches, Leaves and Fruit of QiGong’

Mr Henri Lebedev, Silkroads Inc, Founder, Australia

‘The Philosophy of Buddhaghoṣa’

Dr. Upender Rao, School of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

‘Gombojab Tsybikov - the first photographer of Tibet and Lhasa’

Ms Marju Broder, Perth, Australia

‘TeaDao workshop and ceremony’

Mr Henri Lebedev, Silkroads Inc, Founder, Australia

Timeline

Thursday, 7 February 2019

  • 09.30-10.00 Check-in
  • 10.00-10.30 Welcome notes
  • 10.30-11.30 Presentations

'Contribution of Libraries in Buddhist Education in Ancient India'
Dr. Vijayakumar Kamble, Gulbarga University, India.

'Pariyatti Education in Myanmar'
Ven. Dr. Ashin Ketu, State Pariyatti Sāsana University Yangon, Myanmar

  • 11.30-12.30 Lunch
  • 12.30-14.00 Presentations

'Studies on Buddha’s Philosophy and Development of Indian Society'
Dr. H.T. Pote, Karnatak University, India

'History of Rise, Decline and Revival of Buddhism in India'
Dr Bikiran Barua, Center of Excellence in Buddhist Studies, Bangladesh

'Suffering Not Knowing.My work as a Jungian Analyst'
Dr.Brittain Garrett, C.G. Jung Society of WA, Australia

  • 14.00-14.30 Coffee break
  • 14.30-15.30 Presentation

'Roots, Stem, Branches, Leaves and Fruit of QiGong’
Mr Henri Lebedev, Silkroad Inc, Perth, Australia


Friday, 8 February 2019

  • 09.30-10.00 Check in
  • 10.00-11.30 Presentations

'Astāngika Mārga (Eightfold Path) and World Peace'
Dr. Dileep Kumar Navale , Gulbarga University, India

‘Gombojab Tsybikov - the first photographer of Lhasa’
Ms Marju Broder, Perth, Australia

‘Vipassana;Revival of Dhamma Through Insight’
Dr. Dhammadeep Wankhede , International Institute of Philosophy Kalaburagi, India

  • 11.30-12.30 Lunch
  • 12.30-14.00 Presentations

‘Demystifying the notion of Re-incarnation through the life and legacy of the 14th Dalai Lama’
Dr. Kalsang Wangmo, Central University of Jharkhand, India

'Buddhism in Sri Lanka'
Mr Pasan Ganegama, Perth, Australia

‘The Confucian and Tibetan Buddhist Revival in China: religious negotiation and contestation in historical and contemporary contexts’
Dr. Joshua Esler, Sheridan College, Australia

  • 14.00-14.30 Coffee break
  • 14.30-15.30 Presentation

‘TeaDao workshop and ceremony’
Henri Lebedev, Silkroad Inc, Perth, Australia


Saturday, 9 February 2019

  • 10.00- 14.00 ‘Let’s Have a Look at WA Buddhist Life!’