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Venue:
Conference Hall, Tibet House
Date:
04/07/2017
Duration:
01:43:14
Language:
English
Venue:
PHD Chamber of Commerce, Delhi
Date:
11/06/2016
Duration:
06:08:46
Language:
English
Venue:
PHD Chamber of Commerce, Delhi
Date:
11/05/2016
Duration:
05:21:04
Language:
English
Venue:
Lecture Room II, India International Centre Annexe
Date:
12/24/2016
Duration:
01:38:16
Language:
English
Annual Padmapani lecture series is one of the important academic events of Tibet House and this year marks the 28th in the series. They are delivered by leading scholars from around the world. Padmapani is a name for Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, the embodiment of universal compassion. Hence the title of the lecture series evokes the idea of universal understanding and harmony. The Padma (lotus) is significant to both Tibetan and Indian cultures. Tibet House in collaboration with IIC organizes this lecture annually and the topic for this year was on ‘Ideology of Mahatma Gandhi on Peace, Compassion and Non-violence’ by Ms. Shobhana Radhakrishna, Chief Functionary, Gandhian Forum for Ethical Corporate Governance.
Venue:
Lecture Room 1, India International Centre Annexe
Date:
11/26/2016
Duration:
01:24:10
Language:
English
Tibet House in collaboration with India International Centre organizes the spiritual ecology lecture every year keeping in mind the importance of environment conservation and our responsibility as a human being. This year the theme is “Buddhist Awakening in the middle of the climate crisis” and we have Prof. Deane Curtin, Hanson-Peterson Endowed Chair of Ethics and Professor of Philosophy at Gustavus Adolphus College, as the lecturer.
Venue:
Tibet House
Date:
02/19/2017
Duration:
01:30:03
Language:
English
Venue:
Tibet House
Date:
02/17/2017
Duration:
01:23:04
Language:
English
Venue:
Tibet House
Date:
02/12/2017
Duration:
01:23:40
Language:
English
Venue:
Tibet House
Date:
02/10/2017
Duration:
01:22:07
Language:
English
Venue:
Conference Hall, Tibet House
Date:
05/24/2014
Duration:
01:29:49 Hours
Language:
Tibetan and English

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