Pilgrimage in India

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Date(s): Oct. 01, 2014 - Oct. 24, 2014
Language: English

Location
India


candles up steps IndiaThis October a delegation of monks and nuns from Plum Village and the EIAB will be in India, leading events for educators, and accompanying over fifty lay sangha members on a pilgrimage of sacred Buddhist sites, “In the Footsteps of the Buddha.”

The pilgrimage is being organised by the EIAB in collaboration with Plum Village Dharma Teacher Shantum Seth. The educators events are organised by the Ahimsa Trust, a charity advancing mindfulness in education in India, inspired by the teachings of Thich Nhat Hanh and his new Wake Up Schools program.

For more information please visit

>>Buddhapath.com 

>>Ahimsatrust.org

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