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Buddhadharma : Spring 2010
67 spring 2 01 0 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly On a recent trip to the birthplace of Buddhism, Thich Nhat Hanh and his relatively small Indian sangha led by Amisa Trust carried his message of meditation, peace, and mindfulness to a broad spectrum of society. Thay, as he is known to his students, brought with him thirty nuns and monks. For more than a month, they visited sacred sites, the capital, Delhi, the education hub, Dehra Dun, and Nagpur, the center of the revival of Buddhism among Dalits, formerly known as “untouchables.” A goal of this trip, Thich Nhat Hanh’s first in twelve years, was to make his teachings available to as many people as Bringing Buddhism Home THicH NHaT HaNH attracted national attention during his historic visit to india as he encouraged efforts to reestablish Buddhism and bring mindfulness into the mainstream. a report by shantum seth, poonam srivastava, and Thich Chan phap Lai. possible in the nation where Buddhism virtually disappeared in the thirteenth century. But interest in the buddhadharma has been growing since 1956, when Dalit leader Dr. Ambedkar embraced Buddhism, bringing half a million followers with him in an effort to break free from India’s oppressive caste system. To reach as many people as possible, Thich Nhat Hanh met with educators, the media, scholars, business leaders, and gov- ernment officials in conferences, public events, and retreats. He also reached out to the poor in Nagpur and other places. The Indian national news network NDTV set the stage by airing a documentary about him and his teachings a BörjeToBiaSSoN