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Q. How did the Flowering Dharma Centre’s journey began?

Flowering Dharma was formed by the Ladakhi students studying in various colleges and universities in Delhi with the objective to ‘bring about an inner change’ in oneself & others. Major attention was given on the youth and towards the introduction and exposure to the various philosophical backgrounds, study and reflection in the areas of convergence and divergence between these philosophical stances and modern science lends a good hand in nourishing a healthy mind with its roots in wisdom and compassion.

Q. How did the journey for Confluence began?

Confluence was an initiative of the people who have worked for Flowering Dharma Centre for the past 7 years and other student organizations of Jammu, Delhi and Chandigarh, all coming together to contribute for the cause of “One Global Community” under the support and guidance of Tibet House, Cultural Centre of H.H the Dalai Lama, Delhi, Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Regional Centre, Chandigarh, Deer Park Institute Himachal Pradesh, Panjab University and Jammu University.

Q. What does Flowering Dharma Centre stand for?

Flowering Dharma Centre is an organization that envisions instilling the virtues of ethics and morality, for the benefit of oneself and others.

Q. What does Confluence stand for?

Confluence, as the word itself suggests, is a meeting point for people from diverse backgrounds, converging to inculcate and exchange ideas.

Q. Who are the people behind Flowering Dharma Centre and Confluence?

For past 7 years, Flowering Dharma Centre has been running successfully by the students from various parts of the country and the world. Around 500-600 students from various regions and backgrounds voluntarily participated in the programmes and helped in the fulfillment of its cause. Apart from the students, the main advisors without whom these 7 years would have not been a success are:

  • His Eminence the 9th Kyabje Choegon Rinpoche Tenzin Chokyi Gyatso
  • Proff. (Geshe) Dorji Damdul, Director, Tibet House, Cultural Centre of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Delhi
  • Prof. (Geshe) Konchok Wangdu, Director, Central Institute of Buddhist Studies, Leh
  • Proff. (Geshe) Jamyang Tashi, Thiksey
  • Mr. Stanzin Dawa, Regional Coordinator, RGNIYD, Chandigarh
  • Proff. (Geshe)Tsewang Dorje, Director, Ngari Institute, Leh
  • People of Ladakh

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