Jambudvipa, the ancient Buddhist name for the Indian sub-continent, represents the transformation of society and culture through ethical and spiritual values. This vision was brought alive in India in recent times through the peaceful revolution Dr. Ambedkar initiated in converting to Buddhism. The Jambudvipa Trust envisages a society free of caste and other social barriers, in which all people, whatever their background can participate fully.
“The greatest thing that the Buddha has done is to tell the world that the world cannot be reformed except by the reformation of the mind of man, and the mind of the world.” Dr. Ambedkar November 1956
Buddhist meditation practices are techniques that encourage and develop concentration.
A universal, scientific method towards purifying the mind.
Buddhism goes beyond religion and is more of a philosophy or 'way of life'