Buddha’s path to bring Peace between India and Pakistan : Dainik Bhaskar

The Buddhist forum has got support from  Syed Mumatz Alam Gilani from Pakistan People Party a former federal minister of Human Rights and current Member of Parliament form Bahawalnagar has came forward to support the forum in this direction and Dr. Mastoor Fatima  Bukhari , Professor , Department of Archaeology, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur Sindh , Pakistan have joined the forum and assisted in providing the essential information about the ancient sites. Soon TBF is going to create a database of ancient Buddhist heritage sites in Pakistan and will sensitize the local community on the significance of these heritage sites.

For the past 2300 years these ancient Buddhist monuments all over Asia have been a  symbolic  reminder  of the universal brotherhood & co-existence.

The forum is trying to create a tourism route based on ancient Buddhist sites from Nalanda, Bihar up to Taxila in Pakistan. Sidhartha said that if such type of tourism circuit then it can bring prosperity and peace in between two countries.

In this endeavour the forum is trying to establish contact with prominent organizations and peace activists of Pakistan like Edhi Foundation , Mia Mir Welfare trust

Lately the T.B.F has initiated its work  for collation of information about the ancient Buddhist sites in Sindh province on their website

In this noble cause Kuldip Nayar, noted journalist and peace activist has also joined the forum to support this cause.


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