Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha Namo Amitabha


        "Buddha was the embodiment of all virtues he preached. During his successful and eventful ministry of 45 years he translated all his words into action. The Buddha's moral code is the most perfect which the world has ever known."  Prof. Max Muller.

 

        "The path that the Buddha showed us is, I believe, the only path humanity must tread if it is to escape disaster."  Jawaharlal Nehru.

 

        "If there is any religion that would cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism."  Albert Einstein, a native American, a famous world scientist.

 

        "The whole human race has produced but one such person, such high philosophy, such wide sympathy. The great philosopher, preaching the highest philosophy, yet has the deepest sympathy for the lowest animals, and never puts forward a claim for himself. He is the ideal Karma Yogi, acting entirely without motive, and the history of humanity shows him to have been the greatest man ever born, beyond compare, the greatest combination of heart and brain that ever existed.”  Swami Vivekananda.

 

“In this sphere, the Buddha gave expression to truths of everlasting value and advanced the ethics not of India alone but of humanity. The Buddha was one of the greatest ethical men of genius ever bestowed upon the world.”  Albert Schweitzer said.

 

"The study of Buddhism should be considered a necessary part of any ethical course and should not be dismissed in a page or two but receive its due recognition in the historical perspective of ethical evolution." Prof. Rhys Davis.

 

“The Buddha was the first to embody these lofty ethics in his public teachings and to make them the foundation and the very essence of his public system. It is herein that lays the immense difference between exoteric Buddhism and every other religion. For while in other religions ritualism and dogma hold the first and most importance place, in Buddhism it is the ethics which have always been the most insisted upon."  Madame H.P. Blavatsky, President of the Theosophical Society said.

 

"If you have no satisfactory teacher, then take this sure Dharma (Buddha's Teachings) and practise it. For Dharma is sure, and when rightly undertaken it will be to your welfare and happiness for a long time."  THE BUDDHA preached.