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Exhibition on Buddhist literature

TNN, Jul 7, 2011

PATNA, India -- The Nav Nalanda Mahavihara, a esteemed university, will organize exhibitions and seminars on Buddhist literature with a view to popularizing Buddhist studies.

This was decided at a meeting of the Nav Nalanda Mahavihara Society held at Raj Bhavan on Wednesday. Governor-cum-chancellor Devanand Konwar presided over the meeting.

Shantiniketan University professor of Buddhist Studies Suniti Kumar Pathak, HRD secretary S Shivkumar, superintending archaeologist S K Manjul, Mahavihara director R Panth and registrar S P Sinha attended the meeting.

The Mahavihara, which held its first convocation recently, would take necessary steps for all-round academic development and attracting talented students and researchers from all over the country. The details of the development plan would be placed before the managing board of the Mahavihara.


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