An initiative to provide insight into religious diversity, build cross-cultural understanding and encourage spiritual growth
The fourteen-day programme involves visit to places of worship and practises of different religions in South India. It will start from Bengaluru and move on to Mysuru, Shravanbelagola and Bylakuppe. Two days will be spent at each centre. The first day will be dedicated to lectures/discussions on each faith and the second day will be spent in attending rituals and practises of the concerned religious centres.
“In the Buddhist investigation of reality we traditionally employ four principles of reasoning: dependence, function, nature and evidence, hence both approaches seem to work in parallel,” said the Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama has sought an engagement with modern science in the spirit of which we will have sessions at the Neuroscience Centre capturing their prospectives.