The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama leaves from Bodh Gaya for a two day visit to Pune this morning. His Holiness is visiting the Indian city in Maharastra state to make an inaugural address at the 2nd National Teachers Congress scheduled to take place on Wednesday at MIT World Peace University campus.
“His Holiness the Dalai Lama left for Pune this morning on a two-day visit. On 10 January, His Holiness will addresss the inaugural ceremony of 2nd National Teachers’ Congress organised by MAEER’s MIT World Peace University campus. The National Teachers’ Congress is an initiative supported by the Government of Maharashtra.” said the report in the official website of Central Tibetan Administration.
His Holiness is presently leaving in-between his month long sojourn going on in Bodh Gaya, the holy place where lord Buddha is believed to have attained his enlightenment. While in Bodh Gaya, the Buddhist leader recently concluded a three day sermon given specially for the Indian followers. His Holiness in later during January 14 to January 16, give teachings in the mornings at Bodh Gaya.
Following the address in Pune, the Tibetan spiritual leader will return to Bodh Gaya on January 11 and resume his sojourn at the holy place.