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International conference on Guru Padmasambhava to explore life and legacy of
New Delhi, Jan 28: Centre for Escalation of Peace (CEP), India International Centre (IIC)
and Sahapedia are organising a two-day conference on the rich tradition and legacy
associated with Guru Padmasambhava, one of the most revered and iconic figure for
The conference, titled ‘Life and Legacy of Guru Padmasambhava’, will be held on January 29-30 at IIC in New Delhi. The event will bring together some of the most distinguished scholars from India, Nepal and Bhutan, who will retrace aspects of the Guru’s life and will high light the contemporary relevance of the Guru’s teachings as well as the rich, diverse tradition associated with the 8 th century Rinpoche. The conference is slated to be one of the events celebrating the 50 years of diplomatic relations between India and Bhutan.
Amb. Shyam Saran, Life Trustee of the IIC, said “Guru Padmasambhava is known as the
Second Buddha because he played a seminal role in spreading Buddhism and Buddhist
teachings across the Himalayan region, including Northeast India, Nepal, Bhutan and,
Tibet.” Shri N.N. Vohra, President of the IIC, will inaugurate the event. The keynote
address will be delivered by Dasho Karma Ura, President of Centre for Bhutan Studies
and credited with developing the Himalayan country’s Gross National Happiness concept.
Other speakers include accomplished Buddhist practitioners such as Mingyur Rinpoche,
Neten Chockling Rinpoche and distinguished scholars such as Wangchuk Dorjee Negi,
Karma Phuntsho and Ian Baker.
The conference is open to the public and will be documented—presentations will
eventually be available on www.cepeace.org and www.sahapedia.org. Mr. Arun Kapur,
Director of Centre for Escalation of Peace, said, “Guru Padmasambhava undertook many
travels across India, Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. A study into his travels demonstrates his
ability to contextualize and localize his message, taking into account the particularities of
place and sensibilities of the people. Guru Rinpoche found a way to celebrate our
individual differences in our shared commonalities. That is why, in addition to bringing
into focus the contemporary relevance of his teachings and the rich and diverse tradition
associated with him, this conference is dedicated to the 50 years of diplomatic relations
between India and Bhutan. Centre for Escalation of Peace organized the first
Padmasambhava Conference in 2016 in Bhutan in collaboration with Centre for Bhutan
Studies, Thimphu as a joint event to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Guru
Padmasambhava in Paro, Bhutan on 14 & 15 June 2016.”