Eating Animals Vs. Buddhism | Special Guest Lecture Series | Lecture 1

Event Details

By Bhante Sumitta |

Dhamma USA is organizing a venture to benefit the many enthusiastic learners of Buddhism from September 1, 2022 onward. Beginning September at 6:00 pm, some guest speakers from around the world will share a Special Guest Lectures on various topics related to Buddhism and Life in general every Thursday through Dhamma USA YouTube channel and Facebook page & Groups. We welcome the lay Buddhist scholars as resource persons around the world to join us in this wholesome venture.

Join us through our social media network on every Thursday at 6:00 PM Pacific Time.

Lecture 1 | September 1, 2022 | Ananda Mahinkanda

Date: Thursday / Friday

Time:

6:00 PM PST (Thursday)

9:00 PM EST (Thursday)

6:30 AM IST for India & Sri Lanka (Friday)

9:00 AM Malaysia/Singapore (Friday)

8:00 AM Indonesia (Friday)

Ananda Mahinkanda is a Nature Lover, Animal activist and a strong promoter of Companionate and Healthy Living. He is a Senior Accountant and Management Consultant by profession and has worked in many different parts of the world namely, South Asia, Middle East, Africa and North America. However, his passion now is to promote and educate general public about Human Health, Animal Welfare, Environment and the damaging impact of Animal Eating to our day-to-day life. He has gained a wealth of experience and knowledge by regularly participating at the well-known annual workshop “Vegan Summerfest’ held at the University of Pittsburg, Johnstown, USA. 

He has given many presentations at National TV programs and Social Media platforms in Sri Lanka on the subject. He is also the founder of Samahitha Nature Foundation of USA, a nonprofit organization and the Adviser to the  Nonviolence Society of Sri Lanka established for the same purpose. He is an experienced meditator and an ardent Buddhist practitioner, as well.

Details

Event Category
Event
Event Location
Dhamma USA YouTube Channel
Event Start
Sep 01, 2022 at 18:00
Event Ends
Sep 01, 2022 at 20:00