First World Buddhist Radio

First World Buddhist Radio – Awakened Voice has launched  on the occasion of 14th April Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti. Bhante Vinayarakkhita inaugurated WBR (World Buddhist Radio) at Mahabodhi Vihara, Bangalore, India. An appeal has been made by Mr.Ashwin Jangam to all brothers in Dhamma to send him the songs, discourse, Speeches, events MP3′s on Siddhartha Gautam Buddha; Dr.Ambedkar; Rajshree Shahu Maharaj; Jotiba Fule as our responsibility. It is not only the Radio but it is the way to speak with the world. Let world’s Buddhist people know the Ambedkarite Buddhist people. As Bhante Vinayarakkhita said that Internet is media where we can do good for the society through it.

We have got the great opportunity though The Buddha TV and World Buddhist Radio – Awakened Voice (there are so many other media also) to show our culture to the world.

Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar started an Institute for depressed classes then after published news paper Muknayak, Bahishkrit Bharat and untouchable. He formed Scheduled caste federation and wrote a book “States and minorities”. Babasaheb had more interest to unite Schedule caste and OBC people. He always told that SC/ST/OBC people should come together and solve their social, economical problems.

So that we have to create our own media, jobs, Business etc where we would be able to solve our social-economical problems.

Please do visit www.worldbuddhistradio.com and share with your friends and family.

With much more metta

Jaibhim Jai Mulnivasi.

Ashwin Jangam

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~ by Ashwin on June 18, 2011.

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