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Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of International Scientific Committee UNESCO/Japanese Funds-in-Trust for Strengthening the Conservation and Management of Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha
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Director-General of UNESCO on the occasion of International Scientific Committee UNESCO/Japanese Funds-in-Trust for Strengthening the Conservation and Management of
Lumbini is the birthplace of Siddharta Gautama, the Buddha – it is the starting point of a spiritual journey that has inspired the world in its quest for tolerance, respect and peace.The Buddha teaches us it is through inner knowledge that you reach the middleway, and Lumbini is the source of this universal message.

It is a symbol of peace, harmony and reconciliation.It is a source of enlightenment, to build a new harmony with oneself, with others,with the earth, with future generations, aware of the intimate connection of all beings and things.

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UNESCO ,   (2016 )
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Official Document in English
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ANIMISM,BAHAISM,BUDDHISM,CHRISTIANITY,CONFUCIANISM,HINDUISM,ISLAM,JUDAISM,LAMAISM, SHINTO,PARAPSYCHOLOGY,SPIRITUALISM,APOSTASY
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 UNESCO : Educational, Scientific and Cultural
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15.03.00  -  Philosophy And Religion
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